Utah State Parks & Recreation is proud to administer five grant programs:

State OHV Fiscal Incentive Grant [FIG] – Quarterly
Click the link above to learn more about the grant cycles.

State OHV Grant open to city, county, and federal agencies — as well as non-profit organizations. Provides assistance to sustain, enhance, and improve upon motorized recreation within Utah.

Land and Water Conservation Fund
The grant cycle has closed for this year.

Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is a federally-funded program established to assist government agencies with the creation of high-quality, public outdoor recreation facilities. LWCF grants have been used to construct golf courses, swimming pools, and parks.

Recreational Trails Program
The grant cycle for this year has closed.

The federally-funded Recreational Trails Program (RTP) has helped with non-motorized and motorized trail development and maintenance, trail educational programs, and trail-related environmental protection projects.

Boating Access Grant

The Boating Access (BA) Program provides grant funds to the states, the District of Columbia, and insular areas fish and wildlife agencies for projects that provide access to America’s waterways by developing new access facilities or renovation and/or improvement of existing facilities. The funds apportioned annually are derived from excise taxes on fishing equipment, motorboat, and small engine fuels, import duties, and interest collected in the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund.

Clean Vessel Act Grant

The Clean Vessel Act Grant Program (CVA) provides grant funds to the State of Utah for the construction, renovation, operation, and maintenance of pump-out stations and waste reception facilities for recreational boaters. The grant also provides for educational programs that inform boaters of the importance of proper disposal of their sewage.

If you have additional questions, please contact the appropriate program coordinator.