Near Antimony, the Antimony Lake ATV Trail is a 5.3 mile route open to ATV riding.
To reach the riding area from I-70 head south on Hwy 89. Take SR 62 east to SR 22. Go south on SR 22 towards Antimony. Continue south on SR 22/Johns Valley Road. The trail access will be on the left.
The 5.3 mile Antimony Lake ATV Trail begins on a steep and rocky road leading out of Antimony Creek Campground, and ends at the Poison Creek ATV Trail passed Antimony Lake and Dry Hollow. Antimony Lake is located at teh end of the old road, which is passable by 4x4 vehicles but the road becomes extremely slick and impassable when wet. The rim above Antimony Lake is a rugged climb but offers a splendid view of Otter Creek Reservoir and the Tusher Mountains to the northeast. Elevation change 2240 feet.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is permited on designated Forest Service roads only and the ATV must have a valid Utah ATV sticker. For a map of designated open roads, contact the Dixie National Forest HQ at (435) 865-3700.
Overall, Antimony Lake ATV Trail is the 31st most popular ATV riding trail of all 75 ATV trails in Utah.