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The Tri-State ATV Club is located in Hurricane, Utah where we have the privilege of riding in the beautiful Color Country of Southern Utah. You will see some gorgeous rock formations and colors, cool mountain forests, the pink sands of Sand Mountain and much more. There are also lots of petroglyphs, ruins, dinosaur tracks and many other historical sites. The history and scenery on the trails in the Southern Utah, Arizona Strip and Southeastern Nevada (Tri-State) area is simply amazing!

Announcements

BRC Update: Tri-State ATV Club members have donated over $10,000 to the BRC via the club’s matching program. This means the club matched that amount with another $10,000. We are proud that the program goals have been met at this time! Note that you can still make a donation using the link below (without a club match). There may be another matching program initiated in the Fall of 2024, so watch this space!

Be sure to use the link below so that the club will be credited with your donation.

Blue ribbon coalition logo in partnership with tri state atv club.

Upcoming Rides and Events

June 2024

Tri-State ATV Club Membership

Whether you’re a seasoned rider or new to the world of ATV/UTV adventures, joining our club offers a fantastic opportunity to connect with fellow enthusiasts and explore the breathtaking trails of our region. Renewing your membership ensures you continue to enjoy exclusive benefits, including access to our meticulously maintained trails, organized group rides, safety workshops, and participation in community events. Signing up or renewing your membership is easy, and it’s the key to unlocking a world of outdoor excitement and camaraderie. Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of our vibrant ATV community – join or renew today and rev up for another thrilling year of off-road exploration with the Tri-State ATV Club!

Tri state atv club afternoon stop.

Tri-State ATV Club Meetings

The club meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Bryce Canyon room at the Hurricane Community Center: 63 So. 100 West, Hurricane, Utah

 

On the second Tuesday of each month, we also meet in the morning to clean up all the trash and debris along the road to the Sand Hollow Recreation area. Check the Club Calendar for details.

A Little History About Hurricane, Utah

Visitors traveling through Hurricane might wonder why a town in southern Utah shares its name with a tropical cyclone – a type of storm that never has and never will make “landfall” in the inland desert. The curious name dates back to the early 1860s when a whirlwind blew off the top of a buggy carrying a group of surveyors led by a Mormon leader, Erastus Snow. “Well, that was a Hurricane,” exclaimed Snow. “We’ll name this Hurricane Hill.” The nearby fault, mesa, and, later on, the town, took the same moniker. How residents say the name might catch many off guard. Locals pronounce it “Her-ah-kun,” which is the British pronunciation. True to its name, the town has a reputation for being windy and slightly colder than nearby St. George.

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Hurricane City, Utah
7:11 pm, June 14, 2024
temperature icon 100°F
clear sky
Humidity 11 %
Pressure 1013 mb
Wind 4 mph
Wind Gust: 17 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 6:12 am
Sunset: 8:54 pm