Moab ATV Trails
Well if I had to vote on where the best
ATV trails are in the world I would have a tough decision between
Moab and the Paiute ATV Trails. There is no two better place's to
ride. Both Moab and the Piaute ATV trails are within miles of each
other but completely different. Moab is the red rock capital.
The trails are from riding in red sand to slick rock. There is
a lot of ledges to ride down or up and you may have to do some trail
building. Moab is a full service town with stores, restaurants
and gas. You can't drive your ATV in town. Don't forget
a rest day spent at Arches National Park, this is a must see. I have
tried to make this information as accurate as possible. Please
review our visitors agreement and as always contact the local land
managers for up to date information. I drive a Sportsman 500
and my 2 girls 16 and 12 drive TrailBoss's. I base my
descriptions on what I have rode with and without my kids. The
best book I found is the ATV Trails Guide Moab, Utah.
Eating Place: Zak's has
a great Pizza buffet.
are many private campgrounds in the area. For boon docking
there is camping North of town on Highway 313 at Big Mesa and south
of town on behind the rocks road. BLM fee sites along Kane
Creek and also the Sand Flats Recreational Area. Of course
there are places all over you could camp.
RV Supplies: Quality RV on Main Street. Parts,
Repairs, Propane, Dump Station
Allen Memorial Hospital 719 W. 400 N. (435)
Moab Travel Council Main and Center St. (800)
Sand Flats Recreation Area (435) 259-2444
When To Visit Sept-October, April-May Not to
hot. You can ride all year.
Scenery Everywhere your eyes look.
Amasa Back Trail
Arch Canyon/Texas Flats
Behind the Rocks
Bridger Jack Mesa
Elk Ridge/South Cottonwood
Fins and Things
Hook and ladder
Kane Creek Canyon
Kane Creek Canyon Rim
Monticello to Bulldog
Picture Frame Arch
Poison Spider Mesa
River House Ruin/Lime Ridge
Seven Mile Rim
Table of the Sun
White Rim Trail/Long point