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ATV & 4×4

The beauty of St. George is found in its amazing red rock scenery. Many visitors each year use ATVs and 4x4s to enjoy the beautiful outdoors of southern Utah. Estancia Resort is the ideal place to stay if you are coming to St. George to enjoy some riding trails. The property is closely located to a number of trails and it is the perfect place to come back to after an enjoyable day in the sun.

Trails and Riding Areas

Sand Mountain


Located about an hour from Estancia Resort, Sand Mountain is an open off road area that is famous for it’s incredible sand dunes. It is located near Sand Hollow State Park and is best accessed from Hurricane. Rangers do require mandatory whip flags (and the local Rangers do frequent the area). You can pay for either a week pass or an annual pass at the on-site fee station, but Tuesdays and Wednesdays are free. There are plenty of trails of varying difficulty that riders of all skill levels will have fun.

Gold Strike


Trailhead: From Interstate 15, take Exit 6. Turn north onto Bluff Street. Turn left on Sunset Blvd. (State Route 8). Continue on Sunset Blvd. as it turns into Santa Clara Drive and then Old Highway 91. Continue on Old Highway 91(through Ivins, and past Kayenta) until reaching the intersection to Gunlock Reservoir. Turn right towards Gunlock on County Road 2184. At the turnoff into Gunlock State Park, mark your mileage. Drive four miles further and turn left onto a dirt road. Drive 1.2 miles and park in the open area on the side of the road.

  • Difficulty: Intermediate due to having both maintained and non-maintained roads, short road segments that may be affected by flooding and due to its length.
  • Miles: Approximately 60 miles
  • Area Map

Joshua Tree


Trailhead: From Interstate 15 take Exit 6. Turn north onto Bluff Street. Turn left on Sunset Blvd. (State Route 8). Continue on Sunset Blvd. as it turns into Santa Clara Drive and then Old Highway 91. Continue on Old Highway 91 ( through Ivins, and past Kayenta) until reaching the intersection to Gunlock Reservoir. Do not turn, but mark your mileage. Travel .9 miles and turn right right onto a well maintained gravel road (Motoqua Road). Travel 9.3 miles to Manganese Spring and find a safe place to park.

  • Difficulty: Intermediate due to having both maintained and non-maintained roads, short road segments that may be affected by flooding and due to its length.
  • Miles: Approximately 60 miles
  • Area Map

Warner Valley OHV Trails


Warner Valley is located about 13 miles southeast of St. George, Utah. This riding destination offers hundreds of miles of single track trails, sand trails, washes, dirt roads, and two track OHV trails. The red cliffs to the north of Warner Valley are actually the top of Sand Hollow State Park. You can get to Sand Hollow by riding north, along the west side of the cliffs. You’ll find a sand trail that heads east up the cliffs and onto the top of Sand Hollow.

Curly Hollow


Trailhead: From Interstate 15, take Exit 4. Enter the roundabout and exit onto Pioneer Road. Turn right onto Man of War Road. Turn left onto South Bloomington Drive. Turn left onto Navajo Drive. Follow Navajo Drive to its end (at the cattle guard it turns into a dirt road). After passing the cattle guard and the detention basin on the right, travel 2.5 miles on the graded dirt road and park in the open area on the left.

  • Difficulty: Intermediate due to one short section that requires extra caution.
  • Miles: Approximately 35 miles
  • Area Map

Hell Hole Pass


Hell Hole Pass is one of only a few small dirt roads that cross the Beaver Dam Mountains. It’s an excellent 7.9 mile trail that leaves Old US 91 south of the Shivwits Indian Reservation and immediately winds its way up toward the pass.

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