Fivemile Pass OHV Area

Quick Facts

Fivemile Pass OHV Area

Utah

(801) 977-4300

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Things To Do

Overview

Bring your OHV, ATV, motorcycle, mountain bike, or horses for some fun recreating within one hour of Salt Lake City. Fivemile Pass is a popular OHV play area where many people also come to camp out, especially on holiday weekends. There is a large parking area for day users and many dirt roads for exploring, camping, etc. Plans are in the works to install facilities here, including water and developed campgrounds -- but until then, come prepared. Currently there are four new restrooms, purchased with the help of Utah State Parks.

Open year round.

Map of Fivemile Pass OHV Area

Latitude, Longitude: 40.263023, -112.093334

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Activities

  • Bicycling

    Biking permitted.

  • Camping

    Dispersed camping is available. No fire rings or picnic tables.

  • Horseback Riding

    Horseback riding permitted.

  • Off Highway Vehicles

    Basic OHV Laws and Rules:

    * Wear Your Helmet: For riders and passengers under age 18, it's the law, but all are advised everyone to wear a helmet. It can save your life. Properly worn, a helmet won't reduce vision or hearing, and helps cut out windblast. Gloves, abrasion resistant clothing, and over the ankle boots are also highly recommended * Youth, 8-15 years of age, must take the Utah Know Before You Go! certification course before operating an OHV on public land * Protect Your Privilege - Ride only in areas designated as open to OHVs - Stay on Trails * Ride on the right side of the road and in single file * Be alert to oncoming traffic, especially on blind curves or in dips and crests of hills * It is illegal to drive an OHV while under the influence of alcohol or drugs * A red or orange "whip flag" must be attached to OHVs when riding in sand dune areas * Lights must be used between sunset and sunrise * Be sure your brakes will control and stop your OHV * Mufflers with an approved spark arrestor are required on all OHVs (snowmobiles do not require spark arrestors)

Directions

Driving

25 miles west of Lehi on Highway 73.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(801) 977-4300

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