The sway bar link is shown in red in this
picture, just inside from the wheel on each side. It's labeled "sway bar link."
You can disconnect the lower portion with a wrench/socket (leaving the top bolt attached), swing it upward, and zip tie it to the sway bar itself. There are a number of companies that make "quick disconnects" that replace the stock sway bar link with a link you can remove by hand.
By the way, you rarely--rarely--need to disconnect your sway bar. Only if your navigating seriously uneven terrain does it become helpful. If you're just going to drive around a basic trail somewhere, I wouldn't bother.