Knolls OHV Recreation Area

Description:

Elevation 4275 feet. The landscape at Knolls consists of sand dunes, mud flats, rock outcrops, and salt flats. Perhaps not the place for a romantic picnic, but certainly ideal for OHV use and motorcycling. There are no facilities here, but it is still popular among enthusiasts, who just bring what they need for a day of hard riding. Each year several riding events are staged here.

Directions:

80 miles west of Salt Lake City off of I-80. Take Knolls exit, and go south on overpass. Turn west onto old highway and go about .5 mile then turn south across the railroad track to enter the area.

Phone:

(801) 977-4300

Email:

utslmail@blm.gov

Address:

Salt Lake Field Office 2370 South 2300 W. Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Activities:

Off Highway Vehicle

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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