Southeast of Salt Lake City and northeast of American Fork in the Unita National Forest, the American Fork Canyon has routes open to ATV riding. The Tibble Fork OHV Staging Area located northeast of Highland is a popular place to start exploring this region. Some of the more interesting routes lead up past Mill Canyon Peak and over to Pole Line Pass or Dutchman Flat.
To reach the ATV riding trails at Tibble Fork OHV Staging Area from the intersection of I-80 and I-15 in Salt Lake City, go south on I-15 for 24 miles. Exit and go east on SR 92 for 12.6 miles. Go left on SR 44 and travel about 2.5 miles. Look for OHV parking near the Tibble Fork Reservoir.
From the trailhead, please keep in mind that Trail #40, Trail #41, and Trail #173 are closed to motorized users.
Note: All OHVs are required to have a muffler and spark arrestor.
Overall, American Fork Canyon is the 29th most popular ATV riding trail of all 75 ATV trails in Utah.