Utah/Arizona ATV Club Fun Run is tentatively scheduled for May 3 to 5, 2019
More detailed information below.
Attention: ATV & OHV RIDERS -
KANAB, KANE COUNTY, SOUTHERN UTAH
*Where there are Endless Riding opportunities*
16th Annual Fun Run, tentatively May 4, 2019 and
Anasazi Trails Rally, Kanab, Utah
Headquarters for the 2019 Fun Run and Anasazi Trail Rides pending watch for details.
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
General Information: Headquarters for the Fun Run and all the scheduled free rides pending
There will be three days of OHV Fun in the Red Rock canyons of Kane County, Utah.
Please note that pre-registration waiver is required for all drivers.
Schedule of events:
Things to do in Kane County, Utah
Visit the Kane County office of Tourism at in Kanab. This should be your headquarter for finding out what to do in this beautiful area of Utah.
Mail or stop by the Kane County, Office of Tourism - Visitor Information Center.
Located on Hwy 89 in downtown Kanab 78 South 100 East, Kanab, Utah
Call 435-644-5033 or Toll Free: 1-800-SEE-KANE (733-5263)
Showcasing our new Anasazi Trail System Staging area directory
2019 Fun Run Dry Camping suggestions.
Make sure you check out the 10 OHV Staging areas within 30 miles of Kanab.
They offer endless OHV Trails to ride and enjoy endless explorations.
The Travel Council can help you or you can check out the ATV Club website for directions.
The ATV Club is in the development stages of identifying the
Kane County Anasazi OHV Trails from these staging areas.
As we proclaim; Kane County Anasazi OHV Trails:
‘where there are endless riding opportunities’
You’ll want to stay longer or return to Kanab often to experience what is offered here in OHV recreation. We are no Moab; and want to keep it that way.
A day riding the Anasazi Trails will offer the solitude and grandeur of endless views and horizons which is not overran with people.
Kane County is close to three National parks, Grand Canyon North Rim, Zion, and Bryce, many other National Monuments, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, the Dixie and Kaibab National Forests and our own Anasazi OHV Trail System.