General information on Fillmore's ATV
ATV events for our Jamboree take place in or around
the Pahvant Mountain Range east of Fillmore or on the
West Desert. There are hundreds of miles to ride, you
can't do it all even in the six days of the Jamboree.
Fillmore's elevation is 5186 feet. Some of the rides
will take you to just a little over 9500 feet in
elevation. If you are picky about the jetting on your
machine, you may need some adjustments. We have found
that the finely tuned two strokes run only slightly
lean. Spark arresters are required for all ATV's riding
the Fish Lake National Forrest to prevent fires. Helmets
are mandatory for ages 8 to 18 and strongly advised for
all riders. If your state does not require registration,
you will be welcomed under a fourteen-day visitor's
reciprocation law, no need to license. Operators must be
at least 8 years of age, but must be accompanied by an
adult 18 years or older.
Please make your motel / ATV reservation early.
Fillmore rolls out the red carpet for ATV riders, but
please stay on the outer four feet of the designated ATV
roads. Please do not use Fillmore's Main Street for
travel. Only use main street to cross or gain access for
gas and food. Please observe the 15 MPH speed limit. Our
local Sheriff's Office is on call 24/7 to assist you
with any emergency that you may have. The Jamboree works
best when our local laws are followed.
Weather is generally about 90 in the day and 70 in
the evenings. Can be much cooler in the mountains. Light
rain gear is recommended for an emergency. Your
registration will include: six days of guided rides,
breakfast at the POD, Jamboree tee-shirt, and welcome
packet. We will send you a confirmation when we receive
your registration. There are two ATV dealers in Fillmore
and mechanics for needed services.
Many of our events are group events, like the poker
ride on Friday and select group rides. Saturday we have
the kids' rodeo at the Fairgrounds. The Old Capitol Car
Club hosts a car show in the city park on Saturday. . We
rap it all up with an ATV parade down Main Street to the
Fairgrounds where the local Search and Rescue unit
sponsor an ATV Rodeo. Our commitment to you as a
participant of our jamboree is to create an exciting
event that is unique and welcoming. If you have further
questions on this event prior to registering please call
us at: (435) 405-1556 Jane or (435) 759-2543 Nola or
toll free at 1-800-441-4ATV
Jane Rasmussen and Nola Whatcott
Registration is limited to the First 500 Riders
Registration must be received no later than June 10th
is refundable only until June 1st 2016. Entry includes breakfast
every morning, tee shirt, entry to five days of organized rides, gift packet,
ATV information, and fun. This a non-profit event sponsored by Millard
County Tourism Utah State law requires Utah residents to have current
registration. If your state does not require OHV/ATV registration, you
may ride under state reciprocal 14-day visitation and registration will not
be required. If your state does require registration, it needs to be current.
Utah State law requires all Utah residents from ages 8 to 15 to be OHV certified
to operate an OHV/ATV. Utah State law also states that a person under
the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult 18 years old or over. Helmets
are mandatory to age 18 and strongly advised for all riders.
can now be made by Mail or Online.
Registration will be limited to
the first 500 riders.
Registration dead line is June
No refunds after June 1'st, 2016!
Registration fees are as follows:
$25.00 per rider.
You may tailor your Jamboree experience to fit your
pocket book with the following add-on items:
$7.00-$9.00 each meal (Wed, Thu, Fri & Sat)
Lunch is on your own, Some rides provide a
Dinner will be served on the following days: Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Meal prices will vary
according to that evenings menu. $9.00-14.00
Adult Small: Long Sleeve $18.00 Short Sleeve $14.00
Adult Med: Long Sleeve $18.00 Short Sleeve $14.00
Adult Large: Long Sleeve $18.00 Short Sleeve $14.00
Adult XL: Long Sleeve $19.00 Short Sleeve $15.00
Adult 2X: Long Sleeve $19.00 Short Sleeve $15.00
Adult 3X: Long Sleeve $21.00 Short Sleeve $17.00
Youth Shirts come in short sleeve only.
Youth Small, Med & Large: $13.00
Click Here For The Registration
Forms And Information.
Fillmore City ATV Laws & Ordinances:
Fillmore City welcomes participants to this National ATV Jamboree.
We have done everything possible to ensure a pleasant experience and we solicit
your cooperation to guarantee a enjoyable and safe event. ATV use
within the boundaries of Fillmore is to be considered a privilege and future
events depend on cooperation of all involved.
The following regulations have been adopted to provide a safe operating
environment for you and our local residents.
- Operators must be at least 8 years of age, and have completed an ATV
operators safety course.
- Operators between the ages of 8 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult
18 years or older on an ATV.
- ATV travel is authorized only on those routes designated by Fillmore
City. These routes are well signed and will be adhered to. There
will be no travel down Main Street, except to cross or gain access to local
- ATVís shall be operated only on the outer four feet of the asphalt.
Please stay off the dirt. NO DONUTS.
- 15 MPH speed limit in Fillmore City boundaries.
- Helmets are mandatory for all riders
18 and younger. New state law effective
May 6, 2002.
- Observe all motor vehicle laws and yield to autos.
- No alcoholic beverages used while operating an ATV.
- In addition to the marked routes, operators may use other roads in Fillmore
to gain the most direct access to the trail head from a home or business.
Win a ATV Wagon.
Drawing is after ATV Rodeo. Tickets may
be purchased at the at the registration desk which is