ORV Maps

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Off-road in Glen Canyon

NPS

Riding off-road in the park is allowed only on these National Park Service-designated ORV routes and areas. Pay attention to each location’s specific rules (e.g., speed limits, seasonal closures) set by park management.

All Roads Designated in the Park’s General Management Plan (GMP)

  • All ORVs are authorized for use on the unpaved GMP roads currently open to only conventional vehicles and street- legal ATVs.
    Note: There are 388 miles of GMP roads of which 304 miles are unpaved.
  • All ORVs are authorized for use on approximately eight miles of road in the Orange Cliffs Unit (Route 633 proceeding north to Route 730 and proceeding west to the park boundary), which would complete the 100-mile Poison Spring Loop located on NPS and adjacent BLM lands.
  • All other user-created routes and linear disturbances within the recreation area are closed to public motor vehicle travel.
  • Street-legal ATVs are prohibited on the Lees Ferry Access Road (AZ) and other paved roads in the Lees Ferry developed area (AZ). Closure is for visitor safety concerns and to protect habitat for threatened and endangered species immediately adjacent to the road.

Shoreline Access Areas (SAA)

Designated shoreline areas are open only to conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs with proper ORV permits. Some areas are closed to street-legal ATVs seasonally. Speed limits are 15 mph unless otherwise posted.

Permits will be required to operate a motor vehicle off road in specified locations. A permit system for vehicles to operate on designated access areas is in development.
Park entry fees are required regardless of permit status.

If the road, route, or shoreline area is not officially designated on the map, it is closed to motorized vehicle use. Do not be fooled by “social trails” seen on the ground. Minimize your impact by staying on designated routes.


Maps depicting Designated area or route for off-road motor vehicle use as listed in Federal Register/Vol 86, No 10

 

On This Page Navigation

 
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Lone Rock Beach

Shoreline Access Area

  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).

  • Vehicle-free zone as posted.

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs, and OHVs allowed with ORV permit.

  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

Lone Rock Play Area

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs, and OHVs allowed with ORV permit.
  • OHVs required to display a red or orange safety flag at least six by 12 inches in size that is located at least eight feet off the ground, or at least 18 inches above the top of the protective headgear of a motorcycle or dirt bike operator.
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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Blue Notch

Shoreline Access Area

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
Bullfrog North Shoreline Access Area Map with area outlined in red closed to ORVs.
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Bullfrog North

Shoreline Access Area
TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES DUE TO LOW WATER

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
  • Vehicle-free zone as posted.
 
Bullfrog South Shoreline Access Area Map with red area outlined closed to orvs
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Bullfrog South

Shoreline Access Area
TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES DUE TO LOW WATER

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
  • Vehicle-free zone as posted.
 
Warm Creek Shoreline Access Area Map

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Warm Creek

Shoreline Access Area
CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES

  • Access to Warm Creek is discontinued to provide a shoreline for non-motorized recreation.
 
Crosby Canyon Shoreline Access Area Map
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Crosby Canyon

Shoreline Access Area
TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES DUE TO LOW WATER

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
Dirty Devil Shoreline Access Area Map
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Dirty Devil

Shoreline Access Area
TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES DUE TO LOW WATER

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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Farley

Shoreline Access Area

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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Hite Boat Ramp

Shoreline Access Area

  • Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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San Juan River Area:

Copper Canyon
Shoreline Access Area
Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
• 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
• Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

Neskahi
Shoreline Access Area
• Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
• 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
• Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

Nokai Canyon
Shoreline Access Area
• Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
• 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
• Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

Paiute Canyon
Shoreline Access Area
• Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
• 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
• Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

Paiute Farms
Shoreline Access Area
• Conventional motor vehicles and street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit year-round.
• 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
• Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

 
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Red Canyon

Shoreline Access Area

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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Stanton Creek

Shoreline Access Area

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.

  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.

  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).

  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.

  • Vehicle-free zone as posted.

 
White Canyon Shoreline Access Area Map
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White Canyon

Shoreline Access Area
TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLES DUE TO LOW WATER

  • Street-legal ATVs allowed with ORV permit from March 2–October 31.
  • Conventional motor vehicles allowed with ORV permit year-round.
  • 15 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
  • Quiet hours between 10 pm and 6 am or as designated by superintendent.
 
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Ferry Swale

ORV Route

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs allowed with ORV permit year round.
  • 25 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
 
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Middle Moody Canyon Trailhead

ORV Route

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs allowed year-round.
  • ORV permit not required.
  • 25 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
 
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East Gypsum Canyon Overlook

ORV Route

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs allowed year-round.
  • ORV permit not required.
  • 25 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
 
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Imperial Valley

ORV Route

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs allowed year-round.
  • ORV permit not required.
  • 25 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).
 
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Gunsight Springs Trailhead

ORV Route

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs allowed year-round.

  • ORV permit not required.

  • 25 mph speed limit (unless otherwise posted).

 
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Orange Cliffs

  • Conventional motor vehicles, street-legal ATVs and OHVs authorized for use on Route 633 proceeding north to Route 730 and proceeding west to the park boundary for approximately 8 miles on the Poison Spring Loop.
  • East of the intersection of Route 633 and Route 730, only conventional vehicles are permitted on the unpaved portions.

Last updated: June 1, 2022

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PO Box 1507
Page , AZ 86040

Phone:

928 608-6200
Receptionist available at Glen Canyon Headquarters from 7 am to 4 pm MST, Monday through Friday. The phone is not monitored when the building is closed.

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