|Little Sahara National Recreation Area
From Bangerter head south on Redwood Road for 41 miles all the way past Utah Lake, and turn west onto HWY-6 for 11 miles towards Eureka. From Eureka drive another 17 miles south and turn west at Jericho Junction. From here drive over the railroad crossing and head west for 4.53 miles and take the road heading south towards the Fee station. ation is usually packed with riders and can be extremely dangerous so ride with caution. There are 4 campgrounds available; White Sands has drinking water, and toilets. Oasis has paved pads, fire pits, picnic tables, drinking water, and toilets. Jericho originally was just a picnic area but now allows camping with picnic tables with shade, drinking water, and toilets. The visitor center is open year-round and is closed on Tuesdays. (435) 433-5960
Just follow the road all the way around and continue heading west instead of taking the turnoff to Sand Mt. signs will point you in the right direction.
Just follow the road all the way around and continue heading west instead of taking the turnoff to Sand Mt. signs will point you in the right direction. Oasis area has a mixture of terrain with the rocky mountain to the east of it giving you different variety of riding between rocks and sand.
Just follow the road from the fee station and there will be a sign directing you south to Sand Mountain Campground. Sand Mountain location is usually packed with riders and can be extremely dangerous so ride with caution.
From Jericho Road take the first road east from White Sands that heads north. This road is very loose, dusty and gets everywhere before it finally hardens out and turns into more of a gravel/dirt road. When you reach No Name Road head east for a couple of miles before turning north. From here you head up into the mountains towards Maple Peak for about 6.50 miles. There are a bunch of trailers up here that were abandoned, if you have a GeoCache App its a lot easier to find especially with these directions. Good Luck!
This is the first road you take after the fee station which heads west, and the camping lies along the border of the dunes allowing easy access. There are several miles of riding here with less of a crowd making this location a little more peaceful than Sand Mt.