Top of the Famous Paiute Trail
As the snow starts to melt here in south central Utah, planning for the National ATV/UTV Jamboree continues. This year’s National ATV/UTV Jamboree promises to be amazing!
For 2021, the ride guides are being managed by the Sand Rock Ridgeriders (local ATV club), the National Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The local club is drawing from a large pool of over one hundred friendly ATV enthusiasts with knowledge of the trails and points of interest in the Fishlake National Forest and west desert. In addition, our jamboree planners work closely with members of the National Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. These organizations attend planning meetings, provide valuable input, prepare/maintain the trails, and also provide guides for forest and desert rides. Many of our guides were born and raised in Fillmore and have been riding the trails for many years. Most know the history of the area and can provide insight on trail conditions and points of interest. Feel free to pick their brains.
In addition to great guides, we are excited to announce that we are planning two new night rides. The first is a star gazer ride from atop an extinct volcano. This is anticipated to be a unique experience and has never been done before. The second night ride is haunted so be forewarned! ‘Nuff said.
If you haven’t signed up yet, the information is here and you can sign up online. It helps our planning to know how many folks are coming.
Just a few of the standard benefits of attending:
NOTE: Out of state riders do not need the new $30 non-resident permit to participate in the 2020 National ATV/UTV Jamboree. However, if you do plan on riding before/after the jamboree, or without a jamboree guide, you will need the permit, one per machine.
We hope you can make this year’s event. Join us for a lot of fun, fresh mountain experiences, and lasting friendships.