This map shows designated motorized routes on BLM administered lands in the San Rafael area; it also includes Emery County System roads that are open or closed to Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs). Side B is an enlarged center section of Map A and contains specific information about popular roads and trails in this area. If you feel that important information has been left off this map or would like to comment about it, please contact the Price BLM Office. This map was made possible through the cooperation of the Price BLM Field Office, Emery County, Utah State Parks and Recreation, and OHV User groups. Funding was made possible through a grant from Utah State Parks and Recreation. If you have any questions of concerns please contact: BLM Price Field Office 125 South 600 West Price, UT 84501 435-636-3600 Emery County 75 East Main Castle Dale, UT 84513 435-381-3556 Utah State Parks & Recreation 1594 W. North Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 1-800-648-7433 For questions or problems about Emery County Roads, contact Emery County Road Department 435-381-3510 For non-resident OHV registration and youth training requirements, contact Utah State Parks and Recreation. 1-800-OHV-RIDE. Emery County OHV Travel Ordinance In compliance with state statute, Emery County has implemented an Off-Highway Vehicle ordinance which designates certain county roads as off-highway vehicle routes for the specific purpose of allowing off-highway vehicle operators to gain direct access to or from a private or public area open for off-highway vehicle use. A person may not operate an off-highway vehicle on any street or highway for any other purpose than to gain direct access to or from a private or public area open for off-highway vehicle use. Unless designated as being open for public travel for OHVs, either by the "Off Highway Vehicle Travel Map", or by signage on the ground, all Emery County Roads remain closed to travel for OHVs. No person under eight years of age will be allowed to operate an OHV on the Emery County designated off-highway system. OHV operators between the ages of eight and sixteen must possess on OHV education certificate as issued by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation (UCA 41-22-30). All operators sixteen years of age and older must possess either a valid operators license as provided in Title 53, Chapter 3, Uniform Driver License Act or an OHV education certificate as issued by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation (UCA 41-22-29 and UCA 41-22-30). All riders under the age of 18 may not operate or ride an off-highway vehicle on the system unless the person is wearing a properly-fitted Snell or DOT approved protective headgear designed for motorized use (UCA 41-2-10.8). No person between eight and sixteen years of age may operate an off-highway vehicle on the system unless under the direct visual supervision of an adult who is at least 18 years of age or older (UCA 41-22-1.5 and 41-22-18). All users of the Emery County off-highway vehicle system must obey all traffic and other safety laws and rules as designated (UCA 41-6-44). Protect Your Privilege PLEASE STAY ON DESIGNATED ROUTES Know Where You Are Permitted to Ride Avoid Riding Alone Avoid Riding in Large Groups Let Others Know Your Destination, and When You Will Return STUPID HURTS Always Wear a Helmet Take Plenty of Water and Food Be Prepared for Emergencies Cell Phone Coverage is Limited Check Current Weather Conditions Be Prepared for Extreme Temperatures Flash Flooding is Possible TRAIL ETIQUETTE Ride With Respect Be Courteous of Other Trail Users Volunteer To Help Maintain Trails Protect Your Privilege to Ride
Vendor: Emery County Travel, UT
Published: August 2006
Size: 109.2 MB
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