Marysvale, UT – July 16, 2013 — Piute County will host the Fifth Annual Paiute Trail Jamboree. The event is open to UTVs / Side x Sides as well as ATVs. Once again the event will be held in Marysvale Utah at the City Park. Building on four years of tremendous success, the event is being extended to a fourth day this year. The event had over 800 in attendance in 2012 and over 30 vendors. The Paiute Trail Jamboree has received accolades from the off-road community for the outstanding success, organization and efforts of the entirely volunteer staff.
Event Chairperson Milo Medley states, “Our event is unique in that it is free to the public; we offer shirts, meals, and raffles but all of those are optional. If you’re looking for a great low cost vacation, look no further than our Jamboree here in Marysvale.” The Paiute Trail Jamboree is focused on being a family-friendly event; families are highly encouraged to bring all the kids. Featuring many kids’ events such as a “dirty-dash” through the mud obstacle course, kids’ drag racing, kids’ drag strip foot races, kids’ barrel racing and pole bending, as well as the famous King of the Trail Mud Pit Belly Flop contest—kids are sure to have a good time.
The Jamboree organizes dinner on the mountain, guided rides, drag races, obstacle course, live entertainment as well as breakfast and dinner each day.
The Fifth Annual Paiute Trail Jamboree will be held August 7-10, 2013. The event provides for four days of entertainment, guided rides, meal opportunities, obstacle course challenges, tons of kids events and most of all a great time. “Our event is no cost to the public and is a great opportunity for one last outing with the kids before school starts; while it’s hot and nasty in the south west, it’s cool and beautiful on the Paiute Trail,” said County Commissioner Darin Bushman. The event features trails wide enough to accommodate most all ATVs and UTVs / Side x Sides on the market today and is not restricted to 50” machines. With literally thousands of miles of OHV trails to ride, Piute County, which sits dead center of the Paiute ATV Trail, is the natural location for riders from all over the U.S. and abroad to assemble for the Fifth Annual Paiute Trail Jamboree. “The venue is just fabulous for an event like this, all of the rides depart from the city park and are able to ride to and from their RV park and hotel accommodations,” said John Innes, Piute County Chamber President.
“Marysvale prides itself as the most OHV friendly city in America, people come here from all over the world and are simply amazed at the amount of trails and diversity of riding.”
Piute County is nestled at the base of the majestic Tushar Mountains in a high mountain valley. Every city in the county allows OHV access on city streets year round. Riders can experience high mountain desert climates in the morning and within hours climb to the highest point on the trail system at over 11,000 Feet and have lunch amidst beautiful Aspen lined meadows and streams. The Jamboree provides something for everyone, guided trail rides, live music, competitive events, drag races, and a mud pit belly flop contest to name a few.
“Piute County is simply ‘the destination’ for ATV and UTV enthusiasts,” declares County Commissioner Rick Blackwell. Marysvale is currently home to four RV parks, two motels, a Bed and Breakfast, numerous cabin rentals and four restaurants and a well stocked convenience store. “We are not a big county, we have just what you need to make your visit comfortable without all the traffic and noise,” declared County Commissioner Rick Blackwell.
Piute County sits on some of the most interesting geology in the country, a rock hounds dream vacation, due to several ancient volcanoes and calderas. Fishing is plentiful at Piute Reservoir State Park and Otter Creek State Park as well as the Sevier River which winds its way the length and breadth of the county. Also of note, is the proximity of Fremont Indian State Park and Museum which is only 17 minutes away. The Paiute ATV Trail system is consistently rated a top destination for OHV enthusiasts.
To learn more about the Jamboree, please click on this link now: http://www.utvjam.com.
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