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OVHing and ATVing in Ramblers

OHVing and ATVing in Ramblers

Beaver Country Trail ATV Jamboree

Each May, hundreds of riders descend on Ramblers for the ATV Jamboree, a multi-day event packed with stellar rides, group events, and tons of fun!

The ATV Jamboree returns May 10 – 13, 2022
Register Today!

Bring the family and enjoy a week of OHV/ATV fun with the fantastic trails of Beaver County, prizes and drawings, ice cream, and a delicious BBQ at the end.

Fees for the event are $105 per person and include:

3 Days of Guided Rides in Beaver County
Dutch Oven Dinner  (First Day)
BBQ Dinner  (Last Day)
Ice Cream Social  (Day 3)
Long-sleeve Jamboree T-shirt*

*Must register by March 1, 2022 to be guaranteed a T-shirt.

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Some of Utah’s best OHV rides are found in Ramblers. With the region’s diverse landscape, OHV trails are available in the alpine forests of the Tushar Mountains and through the desert of the Mineral Mountains. 

Discover short rides for a fun afternoon or long rides that cross county lines for an overnight adventure. Not sure where to start? Check out these great trails sure to please all interests. 

Rock Cabin

Ride out to Rock Canon, a unique structure built by a skilled craftsman back in the day is quite unique and worth a visit. The cabin is built in a hollowed-out section of a large boulder. It is assumed that a miner built the cabin around the turn of the century. The Milford Flat fire of 2007 torched the area and burned the inside of the cabin, but the exterior wall remains intact. Learn more.

Paiute Trail

A side loop of Utah’s famous Paiute Trail, one of the best recreational rides in the state, comes into Beaver County and is easily accessible. Ramblers’ portion of the Paiute trail takes you through stunning vistas, technical ascents, and dense forest environments.

From the main trail, riders will find over 1000 miles of marked side trails and an estimated 1500 plus miles of side forest roads and trails. To ride the complete Paiute Trail takes an estimated 25 hours, so it is often enjoyed in segments. If you are looking to do the complete loop, we recommend planning out a three to four-day trip. Learn more.

Rock Corral Loop

For those looking for scenery, this trail showcases the granite peaks of the Mineral Mountains. Look for the circus bear and dinosaur within the rock formations as you travel past large granite monoliths along the route. One special point of interest will be the Indian rock paintings, which are very unique and different from typical petroglyphs. Lunch will be at the Rock Corral picnic area where restrooms are available. This is one of our most popular rides. Learn more.  

 
Big John Flat

Well worth the 3.5-mile drive up a gravel road, the Big John Flat area is a favorite recreational spot with its large meadows and spectacular scenery. Peaceful, dispersed camping spots are nestled in the trees all around the meadow. It’s also a great place to see the highest peak in the area, Mt. Delano. This area is open to ATV use on designated roads and trails, but you’ll also find routes just for hiking, mountain biking, and other non-motorized transportation. Learn more.

Big Flat

Big Flat is the perfect destination for those who want to experience the best Utah has to offer, without the crowds. Wake up at your campsite to see herds of deer and elk grazing in the meadow, with Mount Holly, Mount Belknap, and Delano Peak in the distance. Here campers can enjoy dispersed camping, and experience nature pure and simple. Learn more.