Bryce View Lodge, Located next to Bryce Canyon National ParkBryce View Lodge, Located next to Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce View Lodge, Located next to Bryce Canyon National ParkBryce View Lodge, Located next to Bryce Canyon National Park

Guided ATV Rides

Turn your stay in the Bryce Canyon area into an adventure that you will not soon forget. See some of the most incredible scenery that is seen by very few. Guided ATV rides are a fun and exciting way to explore areas in the lesser known parts of the region. We offer a variety of rides starting at one hour and moving up from there. You will be able to see many things that most people only dream of seeing. Call Ruby's ATV Tours at 1-435-834-5232 for information and reservations.

One Hour Ride: Short, yet exciting experiences, our one-hour ATV rides wind through spruce, fir and pine forests at elevations ranging from 8,000 to 9,000 feet. These tours to the rim of Bryce Canyon National Park will get your adrenaline pumping, but will also provide you with views of a pristine alpine landscape as well as fresh air.

Three Hour Ride: Our guided three-hour ATV rides traverse trails on private land up and through Dixie National Forest, providing you with a unique perspective on the area's fascinating landscape. If you are looking for a thrilling outdoor experience, our three-hour ride will satisfy your appetite!
Bryce Canyon ATV Rides
1 Hour Ride 3 Hour Ride
ATV Driver $45.00 $115.00
ATV Passenger $15.00 $40.00
RANGER Single Driver $45.00 $115.00
RANGER Passenger $15.00 $40.00

  • Riders under the age of 18 must have a parent with them to take a tour.
  • Rubys Inn reserves the right to change, alter or cancel any tours.

    Ride Your Own ATV

    Riders in the area can get information on the trails and area regulations at Ruby's Inn . Ruby's also offers lodging and camping facilities to riders. Make Ruby's Inn your ATV Trail Headquarters - Stay with us when you ride the Trails right from your own room or campsite. We invite you to enjoy the Bryce Canyon Area Trails. We only ask that you remember to be responsible towards the land, so as to preserve the continued and future recreational opportunities for generations to come. For your own safety as well as the protection of the land, STAY ON THE TRAIL!

    Some of the more scenic trails in the area include:

    Casto Canyon Trail: The Casto Canyon trail takes riders through a virtual rainbow of red hoodoos, white, pink, purple and green colored sandstone cliffs. After making its way through the ever present red rock formations of the lower trail riders will finder themselves in a forested section pf the area filled with green pine trees, and meadows filled with multi-colored flowers.

    Freemont Trail: To get to the Freemont Trailhead, turn south on the East Fork Rd (# 087) off Highway 12. Riders can then travel the more than 50 miles of trails that run from Tropic Reservoir to Paunsaugunt Plateau and over to Circleville.

    Paunsaugunt Trail: View the Pink Cliffs of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument; travel to the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona ; greet riders along the many Paunsaugunt ATV Trails. The trail begins at Tropic Reservoir and offers several loops through this scenic area. The loop trails along the Paunsaugunt Trail range between 20 and 75 miles in length.

    Poison Creek Trial: Located in the Escalante District of the Dixie National Forest , the Poison Creek Trail will take ATV adventurers though southern Utah 's most scenic country. Riders will travel along dry riverbeds to desert forests thick with Juniper and Pinion Pine trees. The trail leads up the hills through Quaking Aspen trees to Poison Creek Reservoir, which local refer to as "the pond" before making its way back down the canyon.