Off Road Trail Spotlight: Barclay, Pine Park, Veyo – St. George, Utah Trails

One of the mistakes people make when looking for ultimate off-roading destinations is limiting their search to the popular off-roading trails in Moab. Yet southwest Utah is teeming with hundreds of trails, suitable for every type of OHV and every driving skill. You don’t have to restrain yourself to the trail around Moab.

If you’re willing to explore and put in some effort in planning, you can have a great off-roading adventure in places such as St. George, Utah. This town is becoming a well-known off-roading haven, especially for those looking to escape the crowds in Moab. There are thousands of miles of dirt roads to explore as well as 2 recreational state parks with breathtaking red and pink sands to play in.

Barclay, Pine Park, Veyo Off-Roading Trails

If you want to explore the backcountry areas around St. George with like-minded off-roading enthusiasts, then tag along on one of Dixie 4 Wheel Drive’s trail riding events. We will take you to some remote areas in the region away from the congestion of the more popular trails.

One of our more interesting trail routes is the Barclay, Pine Park, and Veyo route. These are all located to the north of St George on Utah Highway 18 and will have you marveling at the incredible wild beauty of this corner of Utah.

At Pine Park, you’ll get to off-road in a forgotten geological wonderland of white volcanic rock formations complete with hoodoos, pyramid-shaped domes, pinnacles, cones, crags, and slickrock basins. It’s about 20 miles west of Enterprise but you’ll feel like you’re in another world.

Veyo is another delightful surprise along this route. It’s perched on the edge of Dixie National Forest so you’ll be riding while checking out towering pines and Veyo Volcano in the distance. If it gets too hot you can take time out to go cool off at the Veyo Pool and catch crawdads in the canyon.

Getting To Barclay, Pine Park, Veyo

These off-roading trails are a few miles out from St. George and are guaranteed to be a fun trip whether you’re traveling with family or friends. Getting to some of the more remote areas might be tricky but not if you download the trail tracks from the Dixie 4 Wheel Drive online store. This way you’ll always know where you are, how to get to where you want to go, and how to get back.

Before heading out, pay us a visit at our full-service auto shop in St. George. We’ll be glad to give your ride a pre-trail checkup to ensure it’s up for the trip and we’ll also give you pointers on some interesting places to check out. Alternatively, you can bring in your rig after a trip and we’ll bring it back up to speed.

So the next time you’re craving an off-road adventure, get out to St. George and see what the surrounding area has to offer. You won’t be disappointed!

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