Jean Dry Lake provides hundreds of miles of trails to the casual and expert Off-highway vehicle enthusiast alike. At the center of the area is the area's namesake, Jean Dry Lake. Although the name implies that the lakebed is dry, it has the potential of flooding and holding water long after a rainfall. After substantial precipitation events, the lakebed can hold several inches to several feet of water. Travel on the lakebed after a precipitation events is not recommended. Outside of the dry lakebed, motorized vehicle use is limited to existing roads and trails.
Jean Dry Lake is approximately 26 miles south of Las Vegas. Take Interstate-15 South to the Sloan Road exit (exit 25). Make a left and head to Las Vegas Boulevard. On Las Vegas Boulevard make a right and travel approximately 10 miles to Knight Ranch Road. Make a left onto Knight Ranch Road. From here Jean Dry Lake Bed is visible.