ATV Trails and Outfitters
Offroading is quite the adventure in Wayne County, with mountains and canyons, forest and desert scrub within easy reach of the many rental facilities in our towns. Rent an ATV, take a guide, and take a route out into the wild with a steady motor and steadier wheels.
Click on any name below for information on off-road areas and outfitters.
Riding into the Cathedral Valley can be a very challenging and rewarding experience. This is one of the more remote areas of the park. Finding water is very difficult and summer temperatures can soar over 100 degrees. This ride is best done in the spring or fall. There are steep hills and switchbacks, wash crossings (muddy when flowing), stretches of deep sand and a river ford that is usually 1 to 1 1/2 feet deep. Access to Cathedral Valley is via the Harnet Road (11.7 miles east of the Visitor Center) or the Caineville Wash Road (18.6 miles east of the Visitor Center) on Utah Hwy 24. The park has a 5 site primitive (no water) campground located mid-way through the loop. The campground is run on a first come, first served basis (permits are not required) and is free.
Utah State law requires that no one under eight years of age may operate an OHV on public roads, trails, or lands in Utah. The basic direction of Utah State OHV regulations is that all areas and routes are closed unless designated open.