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Marysvale and surounding area



The trail will take you through several small towns and historic sites. No matter which direction you go on the trail the sites of nature will be all around you.


South-Central Utah's 275-mile long Paiute ATV Trail is a loop trail with no beginning and no end. It passes through several towns and has side trails leading to others. Rated as one of the top trails in the country. The trail is designed to provide an enjoyable recreational ride through fantastic scenery. The trail was formed by connecting old roads and trails crossing the Fishlake National Forest with intervening BLM-administered land. Several narrow sections of trail were eventually constructed to complete the loop. The main trail is 275 miles long, and totals nearly 2200 miles including many miles of marked side trails and forest service roads and trails. Due to its vast size, the Paiute ATV Trail is best explored in segments.



Located east of Marysvale on the Marysvale Peak on Monroe Mountain. Situated at 10,121 ft, the secluded Barney Lake is one of the most beautiful hidden treasures the area has to offer.

Visitors can access the The reservoirs shoreline is publicly owned and administered by the Fish Lake National Forest with unrestricted public access. There are no recreational facilities at the lake, although the area offers itself to primitive camping.



It can be found on the Marysvale Peak on Monroe Mountain at 10,044 feet. This 18-acre fishing reservoir was constructed in 1990 by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.


Manning Meadow Reservoir is stocked with Bonneville cutthroat trout and tiger trout. Restrictive fishing regulations allow fishing with flies and lures only, but a two-trout limit enables some fish to be kept. The area around Manning Meadow is a great place to view a large variety of wildlife that come to drink from the Reservoir. A favorite amongst visitors to Manning is a large heard of elk that call the area home.  There are no improved Forest Service Campgrounds around Manning, although the area offers itself to primitive camping.



Located along U-153 16 miles west of Junction at an elevation of 9,672 ft near the highway summit and is accessible by both motor vehicle and street legal OHV.


Puffer is a natural lake that has been enhanced for irrigation storage with a small dam. It covers 65 acres when full, with a maximum depth of 50 ft. By the end of the irrigation season it is often drawn down to the natural lake level at about half capacity. This lake is surrounded by private property, and public access is now restricted to a small stretch of shoreline and to non-motorized boats. Due to this limited access, UDWR has discontinued stocking of Puffer Lake. Public access at Puffer Lake is restricted to 100 yards of shoreline on the southwest end. Look for the small area that is NOT posted.



is located 10 miles south of Marysvale on HWY 89.  Resting on cliffs of the Sevier Plateau, Piute State Park offers incredible fishing opportunities whether from shore or on a boat. Game fish include rainbow, cutthroat, and brown trout, and small-mouth bass. Piute is also a great lake for water sports, including water-skiing, jet-skiing and wake-boarding. The park offers camping and picnicking on the beach, and access to the Paiute Trail System for OHV riding. No culinary water is available at Piute and camping areas are primitive.

Site amenities: State Park. Primitive camping. Portable toilets. Paved launch ramp.

For more information visit the Piute State Park website.

UTV Jammboree http://www.utvjam.com/


Guided rides on the premier trail system in the country - The Paiute ATV/UTV trail

All rides are UTV friendly - ATVs are welcome and Invited.

UTV / ATV show N Shine - show off your custom ride

Vendor and after-market expo

Skilled events and some brute force trials

Live Entertainment

Good Country Cooking

We are 3 hours south of Salt Lake City and 4 hours north of Las Vegas in the heart of Central Utah. That makes for a short pull long on fun! Come join us !



This quiet getaway is a great destination for ATV riders, boaters, and birders. Access three ATV trails, including Paiute, directly from the park. Lure a record catch from Otter Creek Reservoir, a prime fishery.  Go birding during spring and fall as many bird species through the park on their journey along the Pacific Migratory Bird Flyway.




Bullion Waterfalls is a beautiful and majestic system of waterfalls where hikers can overlook the massive 75 foot falls. The falls are fed by year round melting snowdrifts that adorn parts of Bullion Canyon. Access to Bullion Falls is by horse or foot only and is approximately one mile from the Pine Creek bridge.




Koosharem Reservoir is at the north end of Grass Valley, south of Salina and north of Koosharem. It is an intermediate-sized, shallow impoundment of a low elevation valley. The reservoir shoreline is privately/publicly owned and administered by the BLM and the Koosharem Irrigation Company with unrestricted public access.

It is possible to launch a boat in the reservoir, and primative camping is possible along the shore. No fees are charged for use.




Barney Lake

Manning Meadow Reservoir

Puffer Lake

Piute State Park

Otter Creek

Bullion Falls

Koosharem Reservoir

The Paiute ATV trail is a 275-mile trail system...

About Us

Nestled amid beautiful mature trees, our cabins and RV park is a peaceful and fun place to stay. The Paiute ATV Trail runs right through our property and gives access to both the East and West legs of the Trail.

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