Utah ATV Trails
Due to the hard work of Utah's natural resource agencies, non-profit organizations and many ATV riding clubs, Utah offers an abundance of ATV recreational opportunities. But this abundance is always at risk. Please do your part in protecting this outdoor activity by always following the trail rules. Stay on the trail, obey speed limits, respect others that will be using the same area, such as hikers, horseback riders, etc. Always clean up your trash and do your part in keeping the area clean and beautiful by packing out any other trash you may find!
Little Sahara Recreation Area commonly known as Jericho Sand Dunes, is a sandy reminder of Lake Bonneville. A plentiful sand source and strong prevailing winds have combined to create Little Sahara, one of the largest dunes fields found in Utah.
While visiting the Sportsmen’s Expo in Salt Lake City, we met Ben Black owner of Black Hawk Tours in Blanding Utah. Black Hawk Tours offers guided ATV tours to some of the most incredible sites you will ever see. We had dreamed of taking one of Ben’s tours and this year we had the opportunity. Read More!
The Bear Lake KOA is a perfect location to begin a great day of exploring the Shoshone ATV trail system. Directly behind the park is a trail head that will lead to hundreds of miles of ATV trails. From the KOA the trail follows the lower portion of the mountain behind Garden City, Utah. Read More!
The Willard Peak Road is located south of Mantua Utah. This area is very popular for camping, mountain biking and OHV use. The road is approx 12 miles long with ATV trails leading off in every direction. A great place to stage and enjoy the many riding opportunities this canyon offers is at Doc's Flat, which is located 1 1/2 miles up the canyon. Read More!
The Amasa ATV trail is located approx 51 miles west of Delta Utah. This trail offers riders 33 miles of desert and mountainous terrain ranging from easy to most difficult. Old mines and mining relics can viewed along its route. The trail borders the Notch Peak Wilderness Study Area with Notch Peak in plain view. Read More!
The turn off to Clay Canyon is located 1.5 miles from the town of Fairfield Utah. This Canyon is well known as being the location mined for Variscite. This yellow and green mineral were mined for the jewelry trade, which continued up until about World War I. Now days the mineral is collected by rock hound enthusiasts for personal use only. Read More!
This ATV trail loop is approx 34 miles round trip that will take you through Maple Canyon; rated one of the top rock climbing locations in the world; and back down Log Canyon. You will be amazed by the completely different diversity of the two canyons. Maple Canyon has sheer cliff walls, where Log Canyon has thick groves of Pines, Aspens and rock formations. Read More!
Located 18 miles up Fairview Canyon is the Lake Canyon Campground. The campground itself is situated on top of the Wasatch Plateau surrounded by Aspens, Pines, Sage Brush valleys and several reservoirs. Read More!
This trail is located approx 6.5 miles up the Hardware Ranch Road in Logan Canyon. The trail starts off as a basic road and makes a short loop back to the Hardware Ranch Road, with only one hill that may cause distress. The trail begins as a slow easy low grade climb through sparsely scattered pines. Read More!
This trail head is approx 5.9 miles up the Hardware Ranch Road in Logan Canyon. The trail is mostly surrounded by Quaken Aspen, which swoop over the trail and provide some refreshing shade. This trail is only about 3 miles long, and dead ends at a couple of cattle watering holes. Read More!