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This state forest offers about 30 miles of ATV trails. Those with dual sport motorcycle can keep heading west and tie into the Tibble Fork singletrack. The trails are mostly hardpacked with moderate elevation changes but winds through a nice mix of beautiful forests and high mountain desert.
The trail system has two designated day use staging areas and a primitive campground with direct trail access. The trails are open year-round, and during the winter months can be explored by snowmobiles when conditions allow.