The ATV Trail System maps and the San Juan County Travel Plan maps on this
page are downloadable, geo-referenced PDFs. This means that you can
download these into your smartphone or tablet and then use an app like
Maps to display and navigate the maps as you travel the roads and trails in the
ATV / OHV Trail System Maps
We invite you to come to San Juan County and enjoy the world-class,
off-highway motorized recreation experiences available here.
Hatch Point and Behind the Rocks
2 - Two Mile, Slaughter Flat and La Sal/Geyser Pass
3 - Hook and Ladder
4 - Falls-Missile Trail and Davis
Bridger Jack Mesa, Heifer Mesa and Lavender and Davis Canyon Rims
6 - Beef Basin
and White Rim Trail
7 - Shay Ridge
8 - Peavine, Dark and
Rig Canyons and Gooseberry Trail
Jacobs Chair, Piute Pass and Tables of the Sun
10 - Arch Canyon, Hotel Rock and
11 - Moki
Canyon and Castle Wash
12 - Hole in the Rock
Index Map: Click here for a geo-referenced index map the shows the
location of all the trails and trail maps in the ATV Trail System.
It is our hope that these maps will prove useful to you in planning and
carrying out your visit to San Juan County. Please send feedback to: email@example.com.
San Juan County Travel Plan
The Travel Plan is an important part of San Juan County's Master Plan.
Motorized travel on roads in the County is critical to San Juan
County's economy and the livelihood of County residents. The roads and
trails also provide a myriad of recreational opportunities to those
who live in and visit the County.
For a shapefile (UTM Zone 12, NAD 83) containing road centerline data for San Juan County's current
Travel Plan please click here.
Travel Plan Maps
These 13 maps show the current San Juan County travel plan. The index
map shows the area covered by each of the travel plan maps.
B Road Map
for the San Juan County 2016 B Road map.
Garmin .img Files
The following two map files can be loaded as base maps into certain Garmin
San Juan County Roads
San Juan County Land Ownership
For KML files containing San Juan County road data, please