Millville Canyon Trail For Dirt Biking

The 22nd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Utah.

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South of Logan and Millville, the Millville Canyon Trail is a 8 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding heading east up Millville Canyon.

To reach the trailhead from the intersection on SR 30 and US 89/91 in Logan go south on US 89/91 for 1.5 miles to SR 165 South. Travel for 2.5 miles into Millville. Take a left on W 100 St. S and go .8 mile. Then a right on S 200 St. E for 2 blocks. Next take a left onto W 300 St. S and travel to S 550 St E. Finally turn right onto S 550 St E and travel .8 mile to where the national forest starts, this is also the start of the trail.

Note: Like most National Forests, the trails and road are closed to off-road motorcycle riding unless specifically signed open. Do not count on seeing a closure sign but expect to see an open sign. It is your responsibility to know which trails are open to your type of vehicle. Lately, it has been reported that the rangers in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest have been strictly enforcing closures and issuing Federal citations which require a court apperance and $150 fine.

Overall, Millville Canyon Trail is the 22nd most popular dirt bike trail of all 68 dirt biking rides in Utah. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Millville Canyon Trail including Mineral Fork ATV Trail, Soapstone Basin Road, Strawberry Ridge / Currant Creek, Murdock Basin ORV Trail System and Slader Ridge Trail.

Millville Canyon Trail Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  WCNF (435) 755-3620; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN.

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  41.6658, -111.8032

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  8/13/2016

ID:  16559

Millville Canyon Trail Dirt Biking Map


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