Fremont ATV Trail

Linking Circleville with The Bryce Canyon Area and Ruby’s Inn

ATVs/OHVs are NOT Permitted Inside Bryce Canyon National Park

Red Rock Cliffs • Moderate

68 Miles from Circleville to Ruby’s Inn

4.5 Hour Ride • 16 MPH Average Speed

Trail Details

The Fremont ATV Trail travels through southwestern Utah’s Dixie National Forest, offering cool forested rides, red rock formations, abundant wildlife, and sweeping views from high plateaus. Vegetation varies with the terrain, ranging from sagebrush to ponderosa pine and aspens.

The Fremont ATV Trail travels over 65 miles between circleville and Tropic Reservoir, linking the Paiute ATV Trail in Circleville, and the Paunsaugunt Trail near Bryce Canyon. Access to the Bryce Canyon area and the Ruby’s Inn is a short, easy ride from the Fremont ATV Trail through Davis Hollow. Ruby’s Inn offers all services including gasoline, lodging, food and some mechanical repairs and services. ATV’s, OHV’s and UTV’s are not permitted in nearby Bryce Canyon National Park.

The northern end of the Fremont ATV trail starts in Circleville. The signed trailhead is located at 400 south and about 100 east. When starting out on the trail head straight south across Circle Valley, the start climbing through Dixie National Forest. The route will drop down at the bottom of Smith Canyon, head south, then will connect with Sanford Canyon and climb eastward again.

Stay on the main route, when you get to Limekiln Canyon, turnoff. The area between Limekiln Canyon, Sanford and Smith Canyons is rugged and remote.

Continue on the main route. A junction will take you on side trips to Peterson Point and Casto Canyon. To stay on the Fremont ATV Trail, continue southeast. DO NOT take Corral Hollow or Cabin Hollow, as these trails are not designated for ATV use. Instead follow Berry Spring.