Factory Butte

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Loop Trail

No width limit

Dirt Trail

Sand Trail

Single Track

50" Vehicle

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There are restrooms at the West parking lot of swing arm city.
All OHVs welcome
Mostly hard sand and clay. It is an open riding area with plenty of varied terrain to test your skills.
The open riding area is clearly marked. Roads and trails outside of the iop0en riding area have trail markers. There are also a few information Kiosks
Closest medical facilities Sevier Valley Hospital, Richfield: (435) 893-4100
Utah Highway Patrol: Dial 9-1-1.
Fishlake National Forest Contact: (435) 896-9233.
Sevier County Sheriff: (435) 896-2660.
We highly recommend you purchase a Utah Search and Rescue Assistant Card (USARA), learn more: utah.gov/rescue.
Factory Butte is the name of the large rock formation that resembles a giant Factory. The ‘Open Riding’ area at the base of the butte is known as ‘Swing Arm City’. It is one of the few open riding areas in the state. Open riding means there is no designated trail within Swing Arm City. There is plenty of terrain to test your skills and a great place for young riders to learn and improve their riding abilities. Of course if you are a seasoned expert rider, you will find a lot of challenging obstacles to conquer. The parking areas are enormous and suitable for dozens of RVs at a time. The ground is level and stable and you can easily camp away from the crowd if you like. This is a great place to spend a week or a weekend camping and riding.

We have provided a trail route of the roads that surround Factory Butte but there are no designated trails within swing arm city so no need for a GPS track for that. Check out the video below to get a feel for Swing Arm City and use the GPS track if you want to go beyond the open riding area. It will loop you all the way around Factory Butte and return you to the starting point.

Trail Route

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