The Burbank Hills OHV trails are located in Millard County Utah approximately 80 miles west of Delta, has several Trailheads with good parking areas located off Utah Hwy 50 between Delta and the Utah-Nevada State Line and along Hwy 21. There are approximately 98 miles of trails and gravel roads in this trail system. We chose the trailhead just south of the small town of Garrison near Pruess Lake on Hwy 21. This might not be the best place if you have a large vehicle and plan to spend the night. You may encounter a few cows and their owners but few people. Garrison has no services so stock up on anything you need before leaving Delta (or Milford if you are coming from the South) This is a great place to get away and enjoy some solitude while exploring a seldom seen part of Utah. The riding is pleasant and scenic, relatively smooth trails and a great place for new riders to enjoy their learning experience.
- Directions From the North
- Directions from the South
- Facilities: None
- You may encounter Gates, Leave them as you find them.
- OHVs: All sizes. No width limits. ATV’s, MC’s, UTV’s, 4x4s
- Signing: Most Trails have adequate signage
- Maps: Available in Delta at the Millard County Tourism office 75W Main.
- Online Printable Utah State Parks Map
- KML File for Google Maps
- GPX File for your Garmin GPS or other Apps
We highly recommend you get GAIA GPS for your smartphone or tablet mobile device. GAIA GPS will allow you to download this trail complete with the photos you see here so you can be sure where you are at all times. Simply install the GAIA GPS app and save this trail from here: DOWNLOAD THIS TRAIL
Here is an embedded live link to GAIA GPS to allow you to explore the trail. Each of the blue markers indicates that a photo was taken at that location. To view the track and photos click here: GAIA GPS – Burbank Hills
Check out this 3D flyover of the Burbank Hills. It should help you get an idea of how big the area is and how it is laid out. It will also show you the speeds we traveled and how Elevation changes, how steep the grade is on a section of trail and overall distance and time required. Keep in mind that we make a lot of stops for photos and getting unlost so your average speed may vary.
Here is the 360 view at the trailhead. Feel Free to tour around a bit inside Google Stree Views. We have recorded the trail in 360 and it is now part of Google Street Views so you can take a virtual tour of the trail to see if it is for you. While we didn’t have time to ride all of the trail we think you will find this fairly representative of what you will find. We’ve made it a bit easier to navigate, scroll down and you will see more 360 embedded tours as we encounter intersections, trail markers or interesting places along the trail.
On any image, you can click the ‘X’ in the upper right corner and the view will change to an overview map showing the Google Street View Blue lines. You can click anywhere on that blue line and drop down to the 360 ground-level views at that point.
You can move the image 360 degrees, click the arrow to move further down the trail and zoom in and out to take a closer look. Clicking the box in the upper right-hand corner will enlarge to full screen for a better view.
If you happen to see a rancher watering his cows wave and please be careful, keeping speed way down as you go past the herd.
It appears a new fence has been built since early GPS Tracks of the trail were created. No worries you will just need to make a little jog a few hundred feet north and you will find this gate. Like always, go through and leave the gate as you found it. If it is closed when you arrive it should be closed when you leave. Please follow this rule. Local ranchers work hard enough without spending days gathering cows because we forgot to close the gate.
No gate at this fence.
Note how little snow there in on December 19th. We are approaching the high point of this trail.
Again at a higher elevation, still quite passable.
Back up at a little higher elevation.
Here is a photo gallery of all of the Images we took along the way. Not necessarily in any order or sequence. Many are at trail intersections. You can see the photos and exactly where along the trail where taken: Click here for Photo Locations.
The closest medical help is Milford Hospital 23 miles south on HWY 257. Dial 911 for Emergencies.
Millard County Sheriff 911 or (435) 864-2755 or (435) 743-6223
Utah Highway Patrol (435) 743-6653
BLM Office in Fillmore (435)743-3123