OHV Trail Riding

OHVs are a great way to combine America’s love of motor vehicles with the love of the outdoors. To make your time in the outdoors safe as well as entertaining, you need to know the laws governing OHV use on public land. The cornerstone of any outdoor recreation activity is respect: respect for yourself; respect for others and respect for the environment.

The District travel maps show travel opportunities available for high clearance vehicles, ATVs, and motorcycles. Many areas and trails on the Forest are open to off-highway vehicles. The Ashley National Forest adopts States of Utah and Wyoming Off-highway vehicle regulations, with the basic direction that all "areas and routes are closed unless designated open." Thus, areas and routes open to off-highway vehicles are designated and shown on these maps. Refer to the travel opportunity legend for symbols and identifiers.

OHV Trail Riding Areas

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities