In the Dixie National Forest, the Grass Lake ATV Trail is a 11 mile route open to ATV riding.
The trailhead is southwest of the Clayton Guard Station.
The 10.7 mile Grass Lake Trail begins on Forest Service Road 140 (Davis Flat Road) about 3 miles southwest of teh Clayton Guard Station Turnoff and ends on the old road at the junction with the Birch Creek Trail. The trail passes by several small lakes, Birch Creek, and various springs and seeps. The reail provides an excellant view of Mud Springs Point. Elevation Change 1320 ft.
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, Grass Lake ATV Trail is the 58th most popular ATV riding trail of all 75 ATV trails in Utah.