2021 Utah/Arizona ATV Club schedule of Rides and Events
January 7, 2021 - Club annual Holiday Dinner. Iron Horse Restaurant Kanab, UT. Sign-in beginning at 6:00 PM.
February 18, 2021 Club Meeting: Dessert Social at 6:30 Meeting at 7:00PM. Kanab Airport, Search and Rescue (SAR) building 2nd floor.
February 20, 2021 Club Saturday Ride: Honeymoon Trail west from Little Creek plain to the Hurricane Dugway to Hurricane for lunch and return. Meeting at the Fredonia Shortstop leaving at 8:00 AM trailering to the staging area. Ride rated to be moderately difficult due to the dugway, experienced riders recommended.
March 6, 2021: Club Saturday Ride: Lost Springs. Meeting at the Fredonia Shortstop leaving at 8:00 AM trailering to the staging area.Ride rated moderate.
March 18, 2021 Club Meeting:Dessert Social 6:30 PM, Meeting: at 7:00PM. Kanab Airport, Search and Rescue (SAR) building 2nd floor.
March 20, 2021 Club Saturday Ride: East Honeymoon Historical Trail, Buckskin Mtn. – Meet at the Old Stamping Up parking lot east of Kanab. Departing at 8:00 AM. Convoy to Staging area in Seaman Wash. Ride to Petrified Hollow, Eagle Sink, Buckskin Mtn. to Great Western Trail/Honeymoon Trail, to Honeymoon Trail Monument, back to staging area. (Bring your lunch) Ride rating moderate to difficult due to condition of the Honey Moon trail decent off of Buckskin Mtn. ** Requires Arizona Off Highway Tag**
Please note. Pre-riding the Kane/Kanab Jamboree ride routes. There will be numerous rides to check conditions and routing of the Jamboree ride routes. Some of the rides will be as follows:
2021 Jamboree Rides. Watch for notifications from the Club Rides G-Mail account.
1. Island in the Sky - Advanced
2. HooDoo Run - Moderate
3. Peekaboo – Moderate
4. South Fork Indian Canyon – Moderate
5. Shunesburg Mail Drop – Moderate
6. Poverty – Advanced
7. Button Cabin Moderate ** To include Inch Worm Arch for 2021**
8. Seaman Wash, Nephi Point, Fin Little – Advanced
9. Repeat from 2019 – Rad Rides: Savage Point, 2 days – Extreme – **To include Toms Canyon,
April 15, 2021, Club Meeting: Dessert Social 6:30 PM, Meeting: at 7:00PM. Kanab Airport, Search and Rescue (SAR) building 2nd floor.
April 17, 2021, Saturday, leaving at 8:00 AM from the port of entry north of Kanab, Trailering to Elephant Cove staging area. Meeting others coming from St George (Hurricane) Leaving Elephant Cove at about 9;00 AM and riding to Warriors Walk. Ride guide to be the Jamboree Guides George and April Witzke.
Bring your lunch. Riding one of the designated Kanab Jamboree Ride destinations. Ride rated moderately difficult.
April 28 to May 1, 2021, Kane County/Kanab – 2nd Annual Red Rock Jamboree. Event headquarters the Kanab Event Center. Guided rides on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For further information go to this website: https://visitsouthernutah.com/kanab-atv-jamboree/
May 12 to 15, 2021 ATV Club Camp-out. Sandhills, Paria Plateau, (Vermillion Cliff NM). Various rides and sites to visit. Campsite on the Houserock road 10 Mi. North of US 89A.
Camping location to be scouted and determined. ** Requires Arizona Off Highway Tag**
More information pending. Rides rated easy but could be lengthy.
May 20, 2021, Club Meeting:Hamburger Dinner 6:00 PM, Meeting follows. Rancho’s City Park. Please note that at 6:00 PM Hamburgers go on the grill, please bring your potluck sides to be served prior to the meeting. This will be the first outdoor meeting of 2021. The Club has decided to eat first then conduct the meeting afterwards. So be there by 6:00 PM when the burgers go on. Do not forget to buy split the pot raffle tickets. This is how we pay for our Hamburgers and condiments.
May 22, 2021, ATV Club Highway 89 clean-up and Club ride: Meet at 8-Mile Gap road east of town off US 89 at 8:00AM. This is about 4 miles east of Kanab, parking along the south side of US 89. Bring your gloves and get your bag. Get there early for your doughnut. After the cleanup wait for the group photo. When finished a great ride is planned, riding below the Shinarump Cliffs Trail to Fredonia and return. Ride Rating difficult.** Requires Arizona Off Highway Tag**
June 14 to 15, 2021, Tuesday and Wednesday, 2021 ATV Club Annual OHV Overnight Ride to Escalante.We will be promptly departing the old Stampin-Up Parking lot at 7:30 AM (Utah Time) trailering our machines to Big Water to stage. So, mark this on your schedule. More information to follow in early May regarding making reservations in Escalante.
Make your Motel Reservations early: Rooms at the Prospector Inn, Escalante, UT. They take telephone reservations and can be cancelled up to a day before. Phone: 435 359-0011. (Tell them you are with the UT/AZ ATV Club from Kanab, UT). There are already a number of reservations made, so mention you are with our ATV Club... Ride rated moderate to difficult and is lengthy.
June 17, 2021, Club Meeting:Rancho’s City Park. Meeting follows. Rancho’s City Park. Please note that at 6:00 PM Hamburgers go on the grill, please bring your potluck sides to be served prior to the meeting.
June 19, 2021, Club Saturday ride: Ride to Buckskin/Kitchen wash road. Meeting at the old Stamping up parking lot east of Kanab off of US89. Leaving at 8:00 AM to convoy to staging area. Riding to the Monkey House, North Swag trail and return. Ride moderate to difficult. Bring Lunch.
4th of July Kanab parade, 8:30 AM. Parade scheduled for July 3, 2021. Free registration at the Tourism Office 8:00 AM. ATV Club members arrive by 8:30 AM and decorate our ATV’s, at designated staging area.
July 10, 2021Aunt Sue’s Lunch Ride: UT/AZ ATV Club – Saturday Ride. Meet at the Port of Entry south parking area. leaving at 8:00 AM, convoy to staging area on Cedar Mountain. Ride rated moderate.
Note: the USFS installed 72” width restriction bars north of Duck Creek Village. Lunch at Aunt Sue’s.
July 15, 2021, Club Meeting: Rancho’s City Park. Meeting follows. Rancho’s City Park. Please note that at 6:00 PM Hamburgers go on the grill, please bring your potluck sides to be served prior to the meeting.
July 17, 2021, Club Saturday ride:Kaibab NF ride, Jump-up to Jacob Lake Lunch ride. Meet at the Shortstop in Fredonia, leaving at 8:00 AM to convoy on FS 22 to stage. Ride rated moderate due to length.
July 21 to 24, 2021 ATV Club Camp-out and rides: Kaibab NF dry camp.
Directions to Camp: From Jacob Lake, south on SR 67 about 21 miles, just past mile post 601, look for ATV Club Sign on left side of road. Turn left on FS 213 and go about .2 tenths of a mile turn right at sign, down to meadow turn left to ATV Club Camp.
Rides planned for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Details of rides and social events to be emailed prior to event. Rides rated moderate but could be lengthy.** Requires Arizona Off Highway Tag**
August 7, 2021 ATV Club Saturday Ride: Paunsaugunt Plateau. Meeting at the Port of Entry south parking lot north of Kanab. Leaving at 8:00 AM trailering to the Hatch staging area. Ride rated moderate.
August 19, 2021 Club Meeting: Rancho’s City Park. Meeting follows. Rancho’s City Park. Please note that at 6:00 PM Hamburgers go on the grill, please bring your potluck sides to be served prior to the meeting.
August 21, 2021, Club Saturday ride: Cutler Point and Glendale Bench. Meeting at the old Stampin up east of Kanab. Leaving at 8:00 AM to convoy to staging area at the end of Johnson Canyon. Ride rated moderate.
August 25 to 28, 2021: ATV Club Camp-out. Lightening Ridge, Dixie NF. Camp location to be designated. Day rides on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
(Note: August 17 to 21, 2021 Bryce Rocks ATV/UTV Rally, Panguitch, UT).
September 4, 2021 ATV Club Saturday ride: Muddy creek ride to Strawberry Point and return. Meet at the Port of Entry north of Kanab. Leaving at 8:AM trailing to staging area.
September 16, 2021, Club Meeting: 6:00 PM and steak fry. Rancho’s City Park. Volunteers to grill Steaks needed, please bring your potluck sides to be served prior to the meeting. Set-up volunteers needed at 5:00 PM. Please RSVP attendance for your steak to be ordered.
September 18, 2021 ATV Club Saturday ride: Brigham Plain Ride. Meeting at the old Stampin up parking lot east of Kanab. Leaving at 7:00 AM trailering to the staging area. The is recommended for experienced riders and may be a long ride.
September 22 to 25, 2021 ATV Club Camp-out, Houston Flat, Cedar Mountain, Dixie NF. Camp location to be designated. Day rides on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
October 2, 2021 ATV Club Saturday ride: East Clark Bench, Meet at the old Stampin up parking lot. Leaving at 8:00 AM trailering to staging area.
Oct. 4 to Oct. 8, 2020: ATV CLUB: ATV/UTV “Fall Color’s” Rides.
Monday to Friday, four nights, 3 rides. Pending notifications. Arrivals Oct. 4, Monday – Departures, Oct. 8, Friday. Location: Salina, Utah, Staging from the Salina Super 8 Motel. RV Site: Butch Cassidy RV Park; (pending if available)
Those who have registered in the Fall Colors rides group are notified that this event remains scheduled. There is one general notification made of this event to club members, as well as this event being published on the Club rides schedule on the Club website.
October 21, 2021, Club Meeting:and Dessert Social at 6:30 PM Meeting: at 7:00PM. Kanab Airport, Search and Rescue (SAR) building 2nd floor.
October 23, 2021 ATV Club road cleanup and ride:Meet at 8:30 AM at the 8-Mile gap road east of Kanab for the road cleanup. After cleanup trailer to Crocodile/Hog Canyon staging area in Johnson Canyon. Ride to the Brown Canyon Hoodoo’s.
November 6, 2021 ATV Club Saturday ride: Smith Mesa, out of Zion Park route. Meeting at the Shortstop in Fredonia. Leaving at 8:AM trailering to staging area near Virgin.
November 18, 2021, Club Meeting: and Dessert Social 6:30, meeting: at 7:00PM. Kanab Airport, Search and Rescue (SAR) building 2nd floor.
November 20, 2021 ATV Club Saturday ride: Ferry Swale, US 89 - east. Meet at the old Stampin Up parking lot east of Kanab. Leaving at 8:00AM trailering to staging area.
Added Rides Pending, October/November meetings.
(No Club Meeting).
Some day rides will include Club furnished hot dog lunches. Using split the pot funds.
Some camp-outs will include social events, ice cream/cookie socials, chile cook offs, and/or ribs cook-offs.
Everyone is responsible to find their way to the campsite locations.
Machine operation and registration and restrictions are the responsibility of each driver/rider.
Questions: Rides and events
1. What does the ATV Club Bylaws say about ATV Club rides?
The ATV Club Bylaws designate Club Rides for each third Saturday after the Club meeting. These monthly rides may be changed as determined by the Trail Boss.
Complaints of the ride destinations and/or changes made or ride experiences, speed, trail conditions, etc. etc., should be directed to the ATV Club.
2. Drivers rules.
Each driver takes full responsibility for the operation of his/her machine on ATV Club rides. Drivers are responsible to make sure that the following driver is aware of all turns. Stop and make sure that the following driver knows where you are going. (Look for a hand wave and respond likewise). If the driver following you does not appear, stop and wait, eventually the entire group will stop. Do not follow too close and moderate your speeds and distances. Please keep pace with the driver ahead of you so as not to slow down the following drivers. If you are unsure of your ability ‘stop’ and ask for assistance. For larger groups, many guides will use the drop system. If you are not aware of how this procedure works, ask your guide.
3. Does the ATV Club conduct Social Events?
Yes, because of member interest, campouts, rides, Vehicle/ATV tours, parades, and the annual holiday dinner are scheduled in addition to the third Saturday of the month. Additional day rides may be scheduled. These events are approved by the membership and presented at Club meetings. Participation is optional, times are subject to change.
4. How does the Club make notifications of rides?
ATV Club rides, campouts and events are posted in a yearly schedule sent out via our up-dated, G-Mail notifications list and also posted on the ATV Club website, look for reminders or updates on the ATV Club Rides G-Mail, email address list. Updated change notices posted one week before the event when possible if there is inclement weather or other factors that may cause an event cancellation.
5. Does my ATV need to be "street-legal" to participate in a club ride?
Many areas of our rides do not require ATVs to be street legal. However, the enforcement of related laws tends to be very inconsistent. Riders who choose not to license their ATV for use on public roads must recognize that participating in a club ride will be done at their own risk. The rider is solely responsible for any resulting citations. Please note that some trails may restrict OHV’s wider than 50 or 60 inches. Arizona now required OHV’s to have the Arizona OHV sticker ($25 per machine) if you are an out of state OHV. The Club and Trail Boss cannot be responsible if you choose to ride a wider OHV’s and are restricted from certain trails, it is your responsibility to know of these restrictions.
5(A). The UT/AZ ATV Club, INC. Club Officers, volunteer trail boss or guides, is not responsible for the guided routes chosen and/or injury of drivers who choose to follow such route on their own volition, including any damage sustained to individual machines or personnel property.
6. Does the ATV Club stage and convoy to the Campouts?
No, usually the Camp-out location is posted, and directions given to the members. It is important that you acknowledge your intention to participate in a Club Campout. There are other requirements such as furnishing firewood, control of pets, etc.
7. What are the themed social events all about?
Often at campouts there will be desert socials, or shared potluck dinners arranged. Participation is optional.