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UTV Riding In Utah: An RZR Owner's Wet Dream

Whether you’re looking for family-friendly UTV events, sponsored rides, rallies, rock crawls, hill climbs, or simply the best trails to ride with unmatched beauty, Utah has something for you. Side-by-side owners and RZR riders alike flock to Utah. And while the rocks and trails of Moab are famous — and rightly so — among power-sports enthusiasts, Utah has much more to offer. Riders pack up and haul their RZRs thousands of miles to visit Utah, which is proof enough alone  that it’s worth a trip. But if you’re still not convinced or are planning a tentative riding trip to Utah and looking for advice, keep reading. These are the can’t-miss places in Utah for RZR riders looking to let loose!

Moab’s Rally On The Rocks

If you’re looking to watch some rock crawling action or trying to test out your new tires and suspension kit, Rally On The Rocks in Moab Utah is a great place to go. Even if you use a stock RZR, there are still many trails in the area that are more than doable. The Old Spanish Trail Arena in southern Moab is the headquarters for the event, but if your rig is street legal — with turn signals, a horn, mirrors, etc — you can ride from town, to the event, and beyond. Being held in mid spring, the weather in Moab during Rally On The Rocks is typically mild, ranging from the high fifties to low eighties. 

UTV Rally At North Lake Powell — Ticaboo Lodge

The UTV Rally At North Lake Powell is an off-road jamboree organized by Lake Powell Adventures. Using Ticaboo Lodge at the Henry Mountains foothills as a basecamp, the UTV Rally At North Lake Powell offers various trips for both experienced and novice riders alike. One of the three trips they offer requires a street legal RZR, but the others are strictly off-road. 

Ride the cannons, explore old mines, and scour the ground for fossilized dinosaur dung. Rip through the Utah badlands, visit the Butt Canyon petroglyphs on Burr trail, and explore Hall’s Creek Overlook; on which you can see both Brimhall Arch and the other single as well as double arches that lie within Capital Reef National Park. With top-tier destinations such as Bastion Reservoir, Stanton Pass, and the Quaking Aspens, this rally alone only touches the surface of the great UTV riding in the area.

Sand Hallow Park

Located just outside of Hurricane Utah, Sand Hallow State Park is a great place to both ride and stay. With a mix of everything from double track trails to sand dunes, off-highway riders and RZR owners alike will find countless places to rip in Sand Hallow Park. The salmon-colored terrain of the Coral Pink Sand Dunes draws riders from all around, and the nearby Wasatch Mountain State Park is popular among winter riders.  

RZR Riding In Maryvale And The Pauite ATV/UTV Trail

Ride a section of the Pauite trail or attempt to accomplish the whole thing. Set up camp or go for a day trip. You can’t go wrong when riding the Paiute Trail. The trail system is well maintained, well market, and family friendly. In addition to the scenic beauty, it is also a great place for rock hounding and nature photography, with plenty of historic sites as well. If you’re riding in the area, Edna Peak might be closed due to snow, but other areas such as Miner’s Park will lead you to breathtaking heights, with plenty of waterfalls and wildlife along the way. Stop by Monroe for lunch then hit Mystic Hot springs and check out some old historical buildings! 

Other Places To Rip An RZR In Utah

If you’re riding your RZR in Utah, don’t miss the areas around Panguitch, Kanab, Circleville, or Richfield. There are so many cool places to ride in Utah, and even if you’re not at the “hot spots”, you’re sure to have a blast and meet other likeminded riders. If you’re going for a rally or during the busy months, be sure to book your hotel or campsite in advance, as they tend to fill up quickly. And if you’re making the trip from Parawan to Panguitch, be sure to take the turnoff to Yankee Meadows reservoir, where you’ll see this great beauty in Second Left Hand Canyon!

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