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Arapeen OHV Trail System
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoArapeen OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Orangeville, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Over 350 miles of ATV and OHV roads make up the Arapeen OHV Trail System. Beautiful forest scenery, well maintained trails, multiple staging opportunities and fairly moderately challenging terrain make this a great place to take friends or family. Occasionally ATV jamborees will host their rides along this trail system. There are numerous campgrounds that provide direct trail access. Potters Pond, Indian Creek, and Joes Valley Campground are among the many campgrounds that have direct access and reservations can be made by calling (877) 444-6777.

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Casto Canyon Trail
      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCasto Canyon Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Panguitch, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Casto Canyon Trail offers scenic views of red hoodoos, colorful sandstone cliffs and scattered ponderosa pine vegetation. Camping is prohibited at the main staging area, however this trail is a great starting point to access the Barney Cove, Fremont and Paiute ATV trail. Nearby Loosee Canyon is off limits to OHV use.

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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCoral Pink Sand Dunes State Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Dune  (BLM, State Recreation)
Location: Kanab, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Rose-colored sand dunes with scattered juniper and pinion pine vegetation are the main attraction at the Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Camping is only permitted at the Coral Pink Sand Dunes Campground which offers 22-paved RV accessible sites with modern restrooms, drinking water, BBQ grills and fire pits (reservations are highly recommended).

Nearby Ponderosa Grove Campground is located at the northeastern part of the dunes and offers nine primitive sites but machines must be hauled to and from the sand dunes since ATVs are not permitted on Hancock Road. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 9am and are strictly enforced.

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Deseret Peak Complex
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoDeseret Peak Complex   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (County Land)
Location: Tooele, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This motocross track is open for practice daily except during Thursdays from 10am to dark. The terrain is a mix of soft loamy soil with some hard pack sections. The facility has a main track that is just under a mile long, a quad track and a peewee track. The tracks are open year-round, weather permitting. The complex also has six year-round RV sites and a designated tent camping area. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (435) 843-4020.   More...

Diamond Fork
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoDiamond Fork   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Spanish Fork, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This large area offers numerous single track trails that range from intermediate to difficult. There are many campgrounds that have direct trail access and several trailheads scattered throughout the area.

Many trails tie into roads from Diamond Fork, Sheep Creek and to the top of Strawberry Ridge. Monks Hollow Staging Area provides ample parking for trucks and trailers and is the prefered parking spot for ATVs. Sawmill, Three Forks/Fifth & Second Water Staging Areas provide access to single track trails and are open to dirt bikes only.

The Diamond Fork Hot Springs can be accessed by a hiking trail from Three Forks/Fifth & Second Water Staging Area. (Note: The hot springs are considered by many to be clothing optional, so you may encounter nude bathers.)

This trail system is generally open for riding late April or May through late October. Diamond Fork Campground is open year-round however the other campgrounds generally close around October through Memorial Day weekend.

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Fivemile Pass OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoFivemile Pass OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Lehi, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

A popular spot for the locals, this large area is open year-round and consists of rocky trails that wind through scattered juniper and sage brush. Camping is permitted and there is plenty of flat parking to accommodate large trailers. Four new restrooms have been put in and there are plans in the future to install developed campgrounds and water.

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Hole In The Rock Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHole In The Rock Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Halls Crossing, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This old pioneer trail is popular among the Jeep crowd but is also open to ATVs and dirt bikes. This very scenic trail is 38 miles long each way (in and out) and is a very technical and demanding ride that consists of slick rock and sand washes. There are several primitive campsites along the way. Gas can be found the Cal Black Airport or at Halls Crossing and is recommended to bring extra.

The trail is marked with colored ribbons, signs and carsonite markers. The trail is about 13 miles east of Halls Crossing but this is in a remote location and depending on where you are coming from taking the ferry might save you some mileage. The ferry operates daily except on Christmas Day or New Years Day but call first as the schedule and rates are subject to change.

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Iron Mine Race Park
Primitive CampingRV Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoIron Mine Race Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Iron Springs, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Formally known as Iron Springs Raceway, this 54-acre park is now under new management and offers a newly renovated motocross track and a separate offroad loop. A RC track is in the works. Camping is permitted and there are currently 8 full hookup RV sites. Check website for current practice schedule.   More...

Jordan River OHV Park
      Single TrackMX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoJordan River OHV Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (State Park)
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This park offers four tracks and is generally open from early April through mid October. There are two separate motocross tracks, one for motorcycles and one for ATVs. There is also a novice track and a long grand-prix track plus about three miles of trails. Park hours are 8am to 8pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Other amenities include a model aircraft runway. There is plenty of parking space and the tracks are surrounded by scrub grass and trees.   More...

Knolls OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoKnolls OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (BLM)
Location: West Wendover, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just minutes away from the famous Bonneville Salt Flats, this area offers year-round access to 36,000 acres of hills, sand dunes and trails. Primitive camping is permitted but there is no shade or water so come prepared.

The riding fee is about $6/vehicle per day and annual passes are available from the BLM for about $40/year. Whip flags are mandatory and good sand tires are recommended. Keep within the boundaries as there is a military bombing range nearby.

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Lake Canyon Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLake Canyon Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Fairview, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in the northern section of the Manti-La Sal National Forest, this area has about 10 miles of marked and easy trails and several learning loops. Camping is primitive and reservations are recommended. The area can get very busy during summer and holiday weekends.

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Little Sahara Recreation Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLittle Sahara Recreation Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (BLM, Nat Recreation)
Location: Eureka, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Little Sahara Recreation Area offers 124 square miles of sand dunes that includes Sand Mountain, a 700ft challenging hill climb, several OHV trails and four large, RV accessible campgrounds. The White Sands Campground offers two of the world's largest sandboxes that are actually fenced off play areas for children.

The Rockwell Natural area is located in the northwestern section of the recreation area and is off limits to motorized use. Whip flags are mandatory and can be purchased on site for $12.00. Three-day holiday weekends are very popular, especially Easter weekend, which can attract up to 20,000 people.

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Mineral Fork Trail
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMineral Fork Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This rugged trail is about six miles long and mainly consists of rocky, loose sharp chunk rock with steep climbs and narrow switchbacks. The first part of the trail starts out as a 4x4 trail but eventaully turns into narrow single track. Parking is limited and large trailers are not recommended. There is a gate that blocks the trail at the staging area but just ride around the right side of the gate (the left side leads to a hiking trail).

This trail is usually open for riding around mid May through late October but some parts can be snow covered well into late summer. For current conditions call the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest - Salt Lake Ranger District at (801) 733-2660.

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Mountain West Motocross Park
      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMountain West Motocross Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Goshen, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This brand new motocross park is open for practice on weekends from 9am to dusk. A main track and peewee track are offered and tracks are only open to motorcycles. Membership is required which is around $5/person per year. Call before you haul.   More...

Murdock Basin
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMurdock Basin   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Heber City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area consists of miles of rocky and hardpacked ATV trails that form nice long loops and some 4x4 roads with plenty of scenic mountain and lake views. The main staging area has plenty of room for camping and parking but there are no other services except for a vault toilet so come prepared. The trails are open seasonally to ATV use beginning around June through late October.

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Paiute ATV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPaiute ATV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, National Forest)
Location: Fillmore, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Paiute ATV Trail System consists of over 250 marked and well maintained trails with access to over 2,000 interconnecting ATV trails. Staging opportunities are numerous and range from secluded primitive campgrounds to full RV parks; many with direct access to the Paiute trail.

Most of the towns that surround the trail system allow ATV use on the streets to access the trailheads. The trails cross three different mountain ranges and go through everything from desert type terrain to deep forest vegetation. July through the middle of October are the preferred times to explore the Paiute as the weather is slightly cooler and the tree leaves are changing to fall colors.

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Pine Lake OHV Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPine Lake OHV Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Panguitch, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Pine Lake OHV Trail is a scenic 21 mile loop that connects Pine Lake, Powell Point Overlook and Pole Canyon. Pine Lake Campground offers loading ramps and numerous camping spots, non-motorized boating opportunities and access to the Great Western Trail and the Henderson Canyon Trail, a non-motorized hiking and equestrian trail.

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Poison Spider Mesa
      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPoison Spider Mesa   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Moab, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This trail is about 10 miles long and mainly consists of Navajo Sandstone with some sandy and rocky sections. The trail is open to all vehicle types however the trail is geared toward the more experienced rider due to steep climbs and steep and sharp switchbacks.

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Richard's Hollow
Primitive Camping      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoRichard's Hollow   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Hyrum, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in northeastern Utah, this area offers three separate single track trails that form a nice long loop. The trails are mostly smooth and fast but do have plenty of technical sections that consists of narrow switchbacks, steep and rocky climbs and descents and creek crossings.

There are several trailheads and campgrounds to choose from that provide direct trail access. The southern part has Friendship and Spring Campground, both overlooking the Left Hand Fork River. Friendship Campground offers eleven sites and one group site while Spring Campground offers three primitive sites. The northern part can be accessed by the Lodge Campground which provides nearby access to the Steel Hollow Trail.

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San Rafael Swell
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSan Rafael Swell   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Hanksville, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area consists of two separate trail systems. The southern area known as Temple Mountain is well suited for ATV riders and consists mostly of sandy washes and scenic jeep trails of low to moderate difficulty.

The Five Miles of Hell trail to the north is actually 9.6 miles long and open only to dirt bikes and mountain bikes. This epic trail features narrow canyons, sharp rock climbs, off camber rock face turns, and pockets of fine sand so it is recommended for experienced riders only. There are three 'bailout' trails as well but routes are often marked only by a dash of white paint on the rocks so it's easy to lose the trail temporarily. Carry some water, snacks, first aid, spare levers and basic tools because this trail is no joke.

Both of these trail systems are very scenic and remote but there are no services at the campgrounds. Nearby Goblin Valley State Park has developed campgrounds and potable water and there are a host of other attractive tourism activities available in the immediate area including river rafting, fishing, golfing and historic sight seeing.

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Sand Flats Recreation Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSand Flats Recreation Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, County Land, Grand County)
Location: Moab, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Open year round, this off road mecca is home to the world famous Slickrock Bike Trail, Hell's Revenge, Porcupine Rim and Fins and Things 4x4 trails. Terrain mainly consists of petrified sand dunes known as Navajo Sandstone, and trails are mostly geared for the more advanced rider or driver due to steep inclines and descents, rocky and off camber sections.

Dispersed camping is not permitted however there are nine designated campgrounds with over 120 sites and two group campgrounds. Campsites are on a first come, first serve basis however reservations can be made for the group campgrounds by calling (435) 259-2444. For a quick dip check out the Mill Creek Canyon swimming hole.

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Sand Hollow State Park
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSand Hollow State Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Dune  (State Park)
Location: St. George, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just south of the Sand Hollow Reservoir, this OHV area offers beautiful reddish colored dunes to play in. Numerous camping opportunities can be found along the shore of the reservoir. Paddle tires are usually great for these types of deep sand dunes but in this case they may limit your experience because there are so many other trails and rocky areas to explore. The terrain actually varies from deep sand to gravel to pure rock with mixed vegetation.   More...

Skyline Trail
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSkyline Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Ogden, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located near Ogden, Utah, this area offers over 20 miles of pure singletrack trails. The trails can be accessed by the North Ogden Divide Trailhead which offers dicrect access to the southern trail. The northern section is located across the street from the staging area but is seasonally closed to motorcycles until July 15.

Both northern and southern parts have narrow and sharp switchbacks with some loose chunk rock and overgrown tree roots covering the trail. The trail eventually levels out at the top and offers beautiful panoramic mountain and city views.

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St. George MX
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSt. George MX   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: St. George, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Experience the new St. George moto-playground. SGMX Track is located just minutes from downtown St. George. Our 30 acre park offers something for motorcyclist everywhere. The track has over 1 mile of elevation changes, rhythm sections, whoops, and tabletops that can be safely negotiated by beginners, but still challenges intermediates and pros. Included in the MX park is a mountain bike exhibition course, boasting steep jumps with an extreme 40 foot ramp shooting down the mountain side, and a mini R/C track that doubles as a bicycle course where kids often play. For additional spectator enjoyment, we offer music, concessions, and viewing bleachers to make the overall experience more pleasurable.   More...

Strawberry OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoStrawberry OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Heber City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Single track trails, OHV trails, numerous campgrounds and boat ramps are among the many outdoor activities that the Strawberry OHV Trail System offers. Strawberry Bay Campground offers more direct access to single track motorcycle trails while Currant Creek Campground has more novice ATV trails. All of the campgrounds within this trail system are near or have boat ramps, however Soldier Creek, Renegade and Aspen Grove campgrounds do not allow any ATV activity in the campground.

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Taylor Fork
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoTaylor Fork   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Heber City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This popular trail system consists of two mainloops, the Cedar Loop and Beaver Creek. Both Taylor Forks and Shingle Creek Campground offer direct access to the ATV trails.There are no RV hookups but Shingle Creek Campground has potable water. The best time to visit is late summer.

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Throttle 215 MX Park
      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoThrottle 215 MX Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located next to Jordan River OHV Park, this private motocross facility has a main track developed for both novices and pros and a separate peewee track. The main track has two separate lanes, the right features more technical jumps and rhythm sections while the left lane is more tamer. Track consists of loamy soil and is watered when in operation.   More...

Ticaboo Trails
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoTicaboo Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, Private, County Land)
Location: Ticaboo, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Ticaboo Resort offers direct access to hundreds of miles of long scenic desert trails that can accomodate all OHVs. The trails are marked and form nice long loops, making this a good basecamp to plan a multi town trip.

The property offers comfortable rooms, a restaurant and a full service RV campground with both short term and long term rates. The resort also offers boat, UTV and kayak rentals. Vacation packages are also available and reservations can be made online or by calling (435) 788-2110.

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Wasatch Mountain State Park
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoWasatch Mountain State Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Midway, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This state forest offers about 30 miles of OHV trails. The trail system has two designated staging areas and a campground that offers direct trail access.

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White Wash Sand Dunes
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoWhite Wash Sand Dunes   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (BLM)
Location: Green River, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just outside Moab, Utah, this large open area consists of white dunes with scattered cottonwood trees and miles of surrounding marked desert trails. Camping is permitted but is primitive. The nearby town of Green River provides basic supplies and has several RV campgrounds.

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Yellowstone Atv Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoYellowstone Atv Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Mountain Home, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Yellowstone ATV Trail consists of two large and interconnecting ATV trail loops that are well marked and maintained. Lower elevation terrain mainly consists of sagebrush while upper elevation consists of thick forest vegetation. There are plenty of camping opportunities and nearby Moon Lake offers cabin rentals and a campground but ATVs are prohibited be ridden on or near the property. Boating opportunities can be found at Moon Lake, however there is no boat ramp and the water temperatures are extremely cold.

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Yuba State Park
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single TrackMX Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoYuba State Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (State Park)
Location: Levan, UT
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Yuba State Park offers hundreds of miles of ATV trails, a makeshift motocross track and five separate campgrounds with direct trail access. Primitive beach camping is permitted at the West Beach and North Beach locations (the sand is softer at North Beach, the sand at West Beach is firmer). Full hookups and paved, spacious and shady sites can be found at the popular Oasis Campground. Eagle View and Painted Rocks Campground are other options and are located near the south-eastern side of the lake.

Other highlights include recently installed ziplines, several paved boat ramps, a concession stand that serves hot food plus UTV, jet skis and boat rentals.

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