Eagle Mountain City is home to an extensive network of trails – both leisure trails throughout the City and mountain trails on Lake Mountain. We are dedicated to maintaining the quality of these trail networks and ensuring excellent access to residents and visitors. Great community partners have made the trails network what it is and we appreciate their contributions.
The links below to the OHV Trails and OHV Crossing Maps will help you experience new adventures and get to your destination safely. Trails continue to expand throughout the city. These maps are updated as frequently as possible.
Eagle Mountain City is home to five bike repair stations thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout Gabe Garrido of troop 1010 and Eagle Mountain City staff who designed and built the bike repair stations themselves to keep costs low. These repair stations have the necessary tools and an air pump at each location to perform basic repairs on your bike should you require it. We hope these bike repair stations are useful to anyone biking the numerous miles of trails so conveniently available to us.
Off-Highway Vehicle Local Regulations
The only OHVs allowed on City streets are 3 types: (Utah Code 41-22-2)
All-Terrain Type I (ATV)
All-Terrain Type II (Side-by-side)
Motorcycle (Dirt bikes)
All City streets are open to limited OHVs except the 4 excluded roads:
Pony Express Parkway
Eagle Mountain Boulevard (west of the roundabout/flagpole)
OHVs shall not be operated on paved public trails or sidewalks
Streets are only open to allow OHV operators to gain direct access to or from designated areas and trails
Lawful Crossing of Excluded Public Streets (see Assigned Crossings Map)
An operator of an OHV may only cross excluded public streets or highways at City assigned crossings
When crossing, the OHV must come to a complete stop, proceed only after yielding the right of way to oncoming traffic, and proceed at a right angle across to the other side.
City Streets: All OHVs must not exceed 20 miles per hour on City streets
Trails: All OHVs should not exceed 40 miles per hour
OHV operators must be at least 16 and have a valid driver’s license
A person 16 and 17 of years old must wear a DOT approved helmet
All OHVs must be registered under the current year and should be in a plainly visible position and a registration card shall be kept with the vehicle and shall be available for a law enforcement officer (Utah Code 41-22-3)
Equipment Requirement (Utah Code 41-22-10.7)
OHVs do not need to meet street-legal requirement
OHVs must be equipped with
A noise control device conforming to U.S, Forest Services standards
Working headlights and taillights when operated between sunrise and sunset