UTV Parks in the High Desert

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If you’ve ever wanted to visit a UTV park, you’ve come to the right place. There are a number of places to go and things to see and do. In this article, we’ll provide some helpful information. First, let’s talk about the types of rides available. There are trails for all skill levels, including a supercross track and pee-wee track. Advanced riders will enjoy the steep hill climbs.

The first UTV park to be found in the High Desert is located eight miles north of Camp Verde, on Highway 260. The park offers a huge staging area with restrooms, a beginners’ course, and access to 100 miles of marked trails. You’ll also find restrooms and picnic areas, and plenty of parking spaces. You can ride a side-by-side at this UTV park, and you’ll have full access to the entire network of routes.

You can also choose to ride on the state’s land in the Oahe Downstream Off-Highway Area, which includes approximately 400 acres of hilly grassland and a river bluff. The boundaries of this OHV area are clearly marked. Be sure to follow the guidelines of the park, as you may be breaking the law. You’ll need a valid driver’s license to operate an OHV.

ATV riding is a popular sport, and this park offers a wide variety of terrain for all skill levels. From wooded trails to sand flats, the Park Falls Area has something for everyone. And if you’re a non-UTV driver, you’ll be able to enjoy dirt bikes, 4WD vehicles, and other types of four-wheeled vehicles as well. The park even has two campgrounds.

Another great place to ride an ATV or UTV is the Imperial Sand Dunes. It has a season that starts in late September and runs through April, but it can be too hot to ride there during the summer months. Brimstone Recreation Area is another excellent place to ride an ATV. It is a large park with over 300 miles of off-road trails. It offers riverside views, scenic overlooks, and mountain trails with significant elevation changes.

While the DCNR’s Bureau of Forestry received nearly 800 comments on the draft revisions to its ATV policy, the Bureau of Forestry has recently released a survey asking for feedback on the 2021 Regional ATV Connector Pilot season. The new trails will open to riders in Tioga and Potter counties in The PA Wilds, offering additional riding opportunities. DCNR will use the information in the survey to improve administration and guide the expansion of the riding season in 2022.