St Anthony Sand Dunes For ATV Riding

The 5th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Idaho.

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Northwest of Idaho Falls, the 10,000 acre St Anthony Sand Dunes has dunes up to 600 feet high open to ATV riding. The dunes are 15 miles across. The eastern side has small rolling hills ideal for beginners, while the western side has more challenging hills for advanced riders.

To reach the centrally located Egin Lake trailhead from US20, use the North Rexburg exit. Turn northwest on 1900E (Parker - Salem Highway) for 6.3 miles. Turn left at the flashing light for 0.85 miles. Veer right at the fork and continue over the railroad tracks on 500N for 2.9 miles. Turn right onto gravel road leading into Egin Lake area.

Overall, St Anthony Sand Dunes is the 5th most popular ATV riding trail of all 55 ATV trails in Idaho.

Best St Anthony Sand Dunes ATV Trails Review | Idaho

St Anthony Sand Dunes (ID/US)

Best St Anthony Sand Dunes ATV Trails Review | Idaho

St Anthony Sand Dunes (ID/US)

St Anthony Sand Dunes ATV Trails Map



Local Contact(s):  BLM (208) 524-7500; Local Visitors (208) 523-0112; Idaho Tourism (800) 635-7820.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Limited Onsite Primitive Camping; Desert Oasis (208) 624-3275

Luxury Loding:  Sand Hills Resort (208) 624-4127

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Article Source:   Best St Anthony Sand Dunes ATV Trails Review

GPS:  43.9635, -111.8447

Date Published:  1/5/2016

Date Updated:  8/15/2016

ID:  15366

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