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The Paiute Trail, rated as one of the top trails in the country, will take you through several small towns and historic sites. No matter which direction you go, the sites of nature will be all around you.
This loop trail passes through several towns and has side trails leading to others. The main trail is 275 miles long, and totals nearly 2200 miles including marked side trails and forest service roads and trails. Due to its vast size, the Paiute ATV Trail is best explored in segments. The trail is designed to provide a memorable recreational ride through fantastic scenery. Come enjoy days of great riding, or participate in one of the local ATV rallies or jamborees.
August 17-26 Richfield Trail Days
August 9-12 Paiute Trail Jamboree
September 17-21 Rocky Mountain ATV/UTV Jamboree
Always Rafting & Kayaking is the best choice for a thrilling white-water experience! We offer the longest trip on the Sevier River and stand-up paddleboarding. We are near several beautiful national parks, and the Paiute ATV trail. Come experience the scenic Marysvale Valley and mountain vistas, and be sure to mention you are staying at Hoovers River Resort!
While you are staying at Hoovers River Resort, we have the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day! Have a blast tubing down the Sevier River on our heavy-duty tubes.
Our tubing trips start upstream and finish at our private take-out area at Hoover’s dock.
To reserve tubes, email us at: [email protected]
or call us at 435-326-4252
The Mighty 5: Utah’s National Parks
Hoover’s River Resort is in close proximity to the famous “Mighty Five” national parks in southern Utah. Backpack through Canyonlands National Park, view the delicate yet magnificent rocks of Arches National Park, discover ancient petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park, be amazed by the coral-hued rock hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park, or explore the slot canyon trails in Zion National Park.
Fishing and Recreating
There are many fishing and boating opportunities in the streams, rivers, and lakes of the area. Fly fish the secluded high mountain lakes, cast out from a boat, or jet-ski with your family.
The area provides several exceptional opportunities for biking enthusiasts. Mountain bikers can ride the Marysvale Not-So-Flat trail or explore the Canyon of Gold. If you want a real challenge, you can try to tackle the Sevier Grunt. For families with young children, the Candy Mountain Express provides a paved bike trail running through Sevier Canyon.
Explore the most popular trails and vistas near Marysvale. Hike to beautiful Bullion Falls or discover the area near Miners Park. Enjoy the scenery and keep an eye out for artifacts from the rich mining history of the area.
Freemont Indian State Park
Historic petroglyphs are only a 16-mile drive away. Examine pottery, pictographs, and other artifacts left behind by the Fremont Indians.
Marysvale Historic Mining District
Pick up a map and take a self-guided tour of the Historic Marysvale Mining District.
The tour includes: The Old River Bridge, The Alunite Mill, The Rail Road Yard, The Log Cabin, The Old Rock Schoolhouse, and the Cottonwood Open Air Dance Hall.
Take a drive along scenic Highway 89. Explore State Parks such as Kodachrome Basin, Piute, and Otter Creek. Visit the home town of Butch Cassidy in Circleville, the ghost town of Kimberly, or just ride through the beautiful Tushar Mountains.
Cove Fort Historic Site is only 35 minutes away. The fort is a square, 100 ft . The walls are constructed of black volcanic rock and dark limestone, both quarried from the nearby mountains
Visit this early Mormon Pioneer site.