Marysvale to Otter Creek Trail

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Out & Back

No width limit

Dirt Trail

Paved Road

Single Track

50" Vehicle

S x S

Full Size

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Food and supplies at Otter Creek Reservoir. Fuel, food and lodging in Marysvale.
All sizes. No width limits. ATVs, MCs, UTVs, 4x4s on most trails.
Mostly graded county roads.
The main routes have adequate signage.
Sevier Valley Medical Center (Intermountain Healthcare), 1000 North Main Street, Richfield, UT 84701 (435) 893-4100
Sevier County Sheriff: Dial 9-1-1 or (435) 896-2600; Utah Highway Patrol – Richfield: Dial 9-1-1 or (435) 896-2780.
We highly recommend you purchase a Utah Search and Rescue Assistant Card (USARA), learn more:
Marysvale to Otter Creek OHV Trail is a dynamic and scenic ride just about half an hour south of Richfield. Marysvale is the perfect launching point for a fantastic ride with gas, food and supplies all available at your fingertips. Please stay on established roads and marked trails. Below you will find map resources and some suggestions for riding in this area.

Our ride took about 2.5 hours at 16 mph covering a distance of 37 miles. Riding starts off with a paved road and then consists of mostly graded county roads, and has terrain virtually any machine could handle but can still be a fun challenge.

The ride starts out at Lizzie and Charlie’s RV / ATV Park, which is a wonderful starting point with excellent service for your offroading needs.

Be sure to pack ponchos as the mountainous section of the ride tends to rain during the summer. The Otter Creek Reservoir has great fishing so be sure to stock up on gear at the Sinclair convenience store before you depart.

Trail Route

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Key Points

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Start at Lizzie & Charlie’s RV / ATV Park right off of Main Street.
Follow East 100 North until you reach BM 5831. This is the start of the trail.
Proceed on this paved road until it becomes a graded dirt road.
Continue on the main trail for a while until you reach this first major bend in the road. This is mostly scenic, straighfoward and enjoyable riding.
Things start to get exciting here as you head up into the mountain. Beautiful trees and aspen await as you begin to curve up this gorgeous countrside mountain.
Continuing through the mountainous scenery, stay on the main trail now called FR068. Mostly on the right side of the trail you will find plenty of shaded spots to stop for lunch and a break.
This point marks the descent out of the mountain as you start to make your way closer to the reservoir. There will be a sharp bend to the right and you’ll go down into the canyon.
Now that you are descending you will see fantastic geological rock formations towering over your heads and you wind through one of the most exciting and memorable portions of this ride.
You will come to a clearing and drive through a stretch until you reach Highway 62, which you ride alongside for a couple hundred yards and then cross over to continue forward on the trail now called Old Highway 62.
Congratulations you’ve made it to Otter Creek Reservoir! Continue on Old Hwy 62 until it hugs the side of the main highway and curves around.
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