Ruby’s Inn lies at the edge of the Dixie National Forest. Connecting ATV trails start right outside the guest rooms and campground sites, and access trails in the National Forest. The connecting trails head south from Ruby’s Inn and join the Paunsaugunt ATV Trail in the Tropic Reservoir / East Fork of the Sevier River area.
Spectacular vistas, abundant wildlife, refreshing forests,
and amazing Bryce Canyon-like rock formations make the routes unique. You can spend as little or as much time as you like on your ATV adventure. We hope we can assist you in planning a safe outing.
ATV routes included list the distance and time required to explore each route. Most of the routes
are loops and can be ridden by ATVs, OHVs or UTVs. Polaris Rangers and other UTVs can ride all but one of the routes. While we have only shown the main routes, there are many more side roads that can be explored. We encourage people to stay on designated trails, and follow the guidelines set by the Forest Service to help preserve the area for future generations.
Make Ruby’s Inn your headquarters for your off-road experience. We offer full service accommodations, including deluxe guest rooms, swimming pools, and spas. Our restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also have a fast food diner for those in a hurry. We have two service stations – Chevron and Texaco, with a full service garage and car/bus wash. Our campground and RV park has full hookups and hot showers, swimming pool, spa, laundromat, and propane. Ruby’s Inn General Store has a full grocery store, camping and outdoor equipment, clothing, books, film and camera supplies, Native American jewelry and weavings, souvenirs, and just about everything a traveler needs. Bryce Photo can download your digital media to CD, and they can process your film or digital photos in an hour so you can take your trail experience home with you. We also offer guided ATV tours on private land. We have the latest in ATVs located at the Chevron station.
|On the tour you will see where water from the East Fork of the Sevier River has been diverted from the Great Basin drainage into the Colorado River drainage. The tour will take you to the rim of Bryce Canyon National Park where you can enjoy the amazing vista. You will also see a spectacular view of the waterfall going over the rim of Bryce Canyon. Be sure to bring your camera to take homememories of your ATV adventures.|