Off-Highway Vehicles

NOTICE: The Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Progam is no longer a part of the Utah Division of State Parks and will now be managed within the Utah Division of Outdoor Recreation. The content of this webpage will be removed shortly. Please visit for updated information.

Welcome to the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Program!

2021 is the 50-year anniversary of the organization of Utah’s Off-Highway Vehicle program. Throughout the year, there will be many ways to celebrate. For more information regarding this year’s events, check out the OHV 50 page. You can win prizes and learn more about the history of OHV use in Utah.

Whether you’re riding the salmon-colored landscape of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park or cruising along snow-packed trails of Wasatch Mountain State Park, we want you to ride safely and protect your riding privilege. 

As a reminder, the growth of any OHV sport requires rider responsibility. Do your part by properly registering machines, learning and obeying OHV safety laws and rules, and sharing trails with fellow user groups including equestrians, hikers, mountain bikers, skiers, and snowshoers.

View the 2021 OHV Program Annual Report