The Ultimate Summer UTV and ATV Trail List
The cold weather can’t keep us down, we’re prepping for summer with the ultimate UTV and ATV trail checklist. Utah offers a wide variety of trails from red sand dunes to woodland landscapes. There is plenty to see and so much to explore. Read about some of over favorite places below as you start planning your summer!
Moab is a mecca for UTVing and ATVing. There are plenty of trails to choose from with beautiful backdrops. There is more technical terrain in Moab, perfect for experienced riders. Moab is warm year round, but it can get pretty hot in the summer.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Just north of Kanab, the Coral Pink sand dunes are a sight to see. With red sands and sprouting junipers and pine, it’s a unique terrain. There are paved roads, campground, and tons of great riding. Explore this stunning park with your UTV and ATV.
American Fork Canyon
Located in Utah Valley, American Fork Canyon has a variety of single-track motorcycle trails, gorgeous views, ATV and UTV trails. See the beauty of Silver Lake or go through Mill Hollow to see experience the grandeur of American Fork Canyon. There is plenty of hiking and camping to do hear as well!
Casto Canyon Trails
In Panguitch, Utah, Casto Canton offers the exploration of sandstone cliffs and white and pink sand dunes. There are trails here that connect to the Tropic Reservoir and the Great Western trail and even over to the Paiute trails system.
This diverse area features white sand dunes, mudflats, trails, and hills all over 30,000 acres of land. Opening for camping and riding year round, Knolls is a must see. You can even get an annual pass here to make frequent visits.
Little Sahara Sand Dunes
Little Sahara in Jericho, Utah is a large sand dune with 60,000 acres. There are plenty of sand mountains and white sands trails to explore. This premier destination is also full of camping opportunities. There is plenty to explore. It’s a drag racer’s paradise!
Pine Lake Trail
About 40 miles east of Panguitch, Utah, Pine Lake trail features mountainous trails and gorgeous views of the national forest. There are great areas for camping with trails that aren’t too technical, and of course, gorgeous views.
Sand Hollow Sand Dunes State Park
Sand Hollow is just east of St George, Utah. To access the park, you’ll need to go through Hurricane. With beautiful red rock and challenging trails, these dunes are well worth the trips. There is also a lake here, so you can catch a swim after your ride!
White Wash Sand Dunes
About 25 miles southeast of the Green River in Utah, the White Wash dunes include sand dunes, washes, slick rock, and desert trails. There are a variety of trails for a variety of skills level with quite a few difficult sections.