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Little Sahara Sand Dunes / Jericho

Getting There:

From Salt Lake City you can drive south on I-15 to Santaquin, the take Highway 6 west through the town of Eureka or take Redwood Road all the way to Highway 6 going on the west side of Utah Lake.  At the Jericho Junction turn west and drive 4 miles to the entrance.  It is about 90 miles from Salt Lake City.  The best place to park for the day is Sand Mountain.

Watering Holes:

In Delta and Nephi there are groceries store, gas, food, RV Park, Hotel and ATV Dealers.  There is a gas station with some food in Eureka.  In Lynndly there is a gas station with many flavors of ice cream.


White Sands: 99 sites around Juniper trees and easy access to the sand dunes.  There are flush toilets (except in winter), drinking water and a fenced play area for the kids.

Jericho: is an overflow area with picnic tables with shade canopy’s, Flush Toilets, drinking water and a fenced play area.  This is good area for large groups.  It also has good access to the sand dunes.

Oasis: 114 paved pads for trailers and motor homes with easy access to the sand dunes, RV dump station and drinking water.

Sand Mountain: Primitive camping that really fills up on weekends and holidays.  There are paved driving loops where people drive off to camp.  There are pit toilets and drinking water.

You can also disperse camp in other areas.

Please remember that you are not the only person there.  Respect others and remember that the noise you make my not be what someone else wants to hear.  Your radio, your generator and ATV all make noise.

Riding Description

There are six riding area’s.  Everyone must have a whip flag on there riding vehicle, they will give you a ticket.  This is so when you go over a sand dune someone can at least see your flag.

Sand Mountain is about 700 feet high and provides people wanting to climb the ability to see how high they can get in the shortest amount of time.  The area around the base of the mountain is where a lot of people congregate.

White Sands area which is at the north end of the sand dunes provides many small riding bowls and smaller dunes to travel on.  This area is great for beginners and families wanting to ride around some smaller dunes. 

Black Mountain is on the east side of the sand dunes and has many trails up and around the mountain.

Sand dunes south of Black Mountain and north of Sand Mountain provide some small dunes and a place to get away from the crowds.

On the south side of Sand Mountain are many deeper dunes that range in size from 50 to 100 feet. High.  To get to there you will have to go up and over Sand Mountain, which is easiest on the east side.

West of Sand Mountain there are some dunes and trails that are fun to play on and get away from the crowds.

This sand pile is 60,000 acres and it is moving 5 to 9 feet a year.  It is about 12 miles long and 10 miles wide.

Please stay out of the Rockwell Nature area which is on the northwest corner of the sand dunes.  As a Side note, SUWA also calls the whole area the Rockwell Sand Dunes and has it in there Redrock Wilderness bill sponsored by a Senator from Illinois Big Dick Durbin (D-IL) and a House of Representative woman from New York Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) which will close the whole area down. To ATV’s.  Of the entire over 100 co-sponsors to this bill all are Demercates except for two.  Something to think about when you vote.

Winter Riding

This is a fun place to ride in the winter and get rid of the winter blues.  It is about 10 degrees warmer here than in Salt Lake Valley.  If the Salt lake valley is under an inversion then it is almost 20 degrees warmer and no inversion.

Additional Information

Juab County Travel (800) 748-4361

Millard County (435) 864-4316

Millard County Travel

Visitor Center

BLM Visitor Center 435-433-5960.  They do have ice in the summer, a pay phone and they also sale safety flags.

BLM Information Sheet


The closest medical Clinic is Central Valley Medical Clinic in Nephi. 

18 West 1500 N (435)623-3000

Juab County Sheriff (435)623-1344

Millard County Sheriff (435) 864-2755 or (435) 743-6223

Highway Patrol (435) 743-6653

BLM Office in Fillmore (435)743-3123


There is an $8:00 a day user fee except on Easter, Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends when the fee jumps to $10.00.  You can also buy an annual pass for $75.00.  There is a pay booth and if no one is there is a self pay station.


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