Just outside of Moab Arches National park is one of the most famous national parks. Be sure to take your camera.

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Most people stop at Tibble fork Reservoir but if you keep going there is another great lake called Silver Lake. You can camp anywhere 1/2 mile away from the lake and it is a beautiful area and only a short drive away. No trailers are allowed and it would be difficult to take an RV so the RoofTop Tent is perfect as the Jeep will have no issue getting there. 

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Plenty of BLM land and dispersed camping options. There is also one designated campground within the park. Check with park rangers upon entry for great recommendations on camping destinations. 

Goblin Valley is a State Park in the San Rafael Swell Area. The State Park features amazing hiking and incredibly unique views of rock formations. Just outside the State park is lots of BLM land where dispersed camping is available. It’s also within driving distance of the Wedge





Rider Planet

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Located minutes away from world famous Bonneville Salt Flats. Knolls offers year around access to 36,000 acres of hills, trails and dunes. Primitive camping is allowed but bring plenty of water and be prepared for no shade. Entry fee of $6.00 per vehicle.



Pictures by Matt Fitzgerald

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Little Sahara Recreation Area

Sand Mount Rd, Nephi, UT 84648

(435) 433-5960

If there is anywhere that every Jeep deserves to go in its lifetime it’s Moab. Home to the most famous Jeep trails in the world Moab is a short 3 hour drive from UT Overland. Fly into SLC airport pickup your overland Jeep in Draper and continue onto Moab for an unforgettable adventure.

There are 100s of miles of old mining trails and 4×4 roads. Often considered the mecca of offroading and jeeping. 

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