Fivemile Pass OHV Area

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Fivemile Pass OHV Area


(801) 977-4300

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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



  • 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)



25 miles west of Lehi on Highway 73.

Phone Numbers


(801) 977-4300