Park is within the Salt Lake City limits, approximately 8 miles west and north of downtown.
Take exit 25 off I-215 then take the frontage road (Rose Park Ln “ 2100 N.) north to the park.
OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, DAY USE AREA
Reserve your campsite at these camping areas:
Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails:
This OHV destination is perfect for digging into the dirt. Four tracks, including two motocross (MX) tracks for off-highway motorcyclists, and two dual-purpose OHM and ATV tracks fill the space. For this densely populated part of the Wasatch Front, it’s a perfect chance to get the toys out for some quick off-road action. While it’s no Paiute or Arapeen… that is to say, it’s not thousands of miles of well-maintained high-country trails systems like Central Utah boasts; it tides riders over. Plus, the facility offers OHV education courses, especially for youth ages 8-16; it’s a required course for the age group to ride at the park or any of Utah’s public lands. There are also sporadic spectator events.