Sand Flats Recreation Area

Sand Flats Recreation Area

SFRA is home to the famous Slickrock Bike Trail enjoyed annually by over 100,000 visitors. The 7,320 acre SFRA is also popular for camping and jeeping and is seeing an increase in motorcycle and ATV use.

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a nationally significant public lands treasure at the heart of the Colorado Plateau. A high plain of slick rock domes, bowls and fins, it rises on the south to meet the colorful mesas and nearly 13,000 foot peaks of the La Sal Mountains. Cutting into the area on the east and west are the altered canyons of the Negro Bill and Mill Creek Wilderness Study Areas. To the north lies the deep gorge of the Colorado River and a hundred mile vista over Arches National Park.