Utah’s longest-running jamboree
By the staff of Dirt Wheels
Each morning trail riders gather at the
event center to head out on guided
rides. Very few rides at the Fillmore
jamboree require trailering. Those rides
are good too.
❏ It’s no secret the state of Utah has
some of the best ATV/UTV trails in the
country. That might be why it holds
more than a handful of ATV jamborees and festivals each year. The
longest-running and maybe the best
one could possibly be the National
ATV Jamboree in Fillmore.
Fillmore is centrally located in the
middle of the Paiute trail system.
From downtown Fillmore, you can
hop on the trail and explore the entire
Fishlake National Forest, traveling
from one ATV-friendly town to the
During the jamboree, which is
open to both ATVs and UTVs, you can
choose to go on about a dozen guided rides or explore on your own. We
did both. Registration for the event
is only $25 per rider, and there is a
500-person limit. That way the trails
are not as packed as you might see
at other events in the region.
Along with epic trail rides and
mountain exploring, other activities take place at Fillmore’s rodeo
grounds, including drag racing, an
obstacle course, nightly meals, live
music, a vendor area, plus a sled
If you plan on attending any ATV/
UTV jamboree next summer, consider Fillmore’s National ATV Jamboree.
From tight, 50-inch-wide trails to wide-open mountaintop dirt roads with great
vistas, Fillmore’s National Jamboree has
it all. Plus, they do it all without the huge
crowds. There is a 500-rider limit, so sign
up early at www.atvutah.com.