The Knolls OHV area is 80 miles west of
Salt Lake City and offers great riding.
The terrain includes sand, hardpack,
rocks and even salt flats where you can
test your speed.
Sand Hollow State Park is located
near St. George, Utah, and offers a lake,
great sand dunes and some rock crawling. This area is great to visit during the
spring and fall.
Sand Hollow State Park is a short
drive east from Saint George, Utah,
in Hurricane. The only access to this
park is through Hurricane, Utah. Sand
Hollow allows you to explore scenic
red sand dunes, sand trails and red
rock. There are several challenging
trails where you can test your ATV,
motorcycle or UTV on rock-climb-ing obstacles. Beyond the beautiful
scenery, camping sites are available,
but must be reserved ahead of time.
One thing that is unique about Sand
Hollow is the lake that is located there.
You can ride near the beach and then
take a swim or go fishing. For more
information on the Sand Hollow Sand
Dunes State Park, visit
14. WHITE WASH SAND DUNES
White Wash sand dunes, also
referred to as “Dubinky,” is about 25
miles southeast of Green River, Utah,
and 47 miles northwest of Moab. The
area is open for OHV use and includes
sand dunes, washes, slick rock and
desert trails. If you are looking for
a trail to test your technical riding
skills, you should explore Brian’s Trail
and Mary’s Trail for difficult slick-rock
sections. East of the slick rock, one
can find sand, washes, singletrack,
and two-track. For more information on the White Wash sand dunes,
recreation/motorized_routes/ 0.html. ❏
Moab is world famous for rock crawlers and daredevils. It’s located 230 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, Utah. The technical slick-rock trails are worth checking out
once in your lifetime.
Coral Pink sand dunes are located near the town of Kanab, Utah. It is unique, as
pine trees grow in the reddish-colored sand, and the riding is great.