Rnd 4 Sand Hollow FAQ’s and Track Map
Here are some quick track facts:
Track Length: The Adult loop is currently at 16 miles. The Youth smaller loop is currently at 5.5 miles. The Peewee course is the challenge but it will be about 2 miles long and use the beach section of the park and some surrounding sand that we will water heavily. Track map click the PDF icon.
Tire Choice: The track is varied from 100% sand at the start to Sand Stone slick rock section and fast gravel transition areas. The sand dunes are not enormous but they are plenty big. Intermediate tires will be the best overall. A full sand tire will not survive the slick rock sections and there is enough of it.
Where can we go: You can go anywhere within the state park but you will not be able to take a pit bike or spectator in any BLM areas. The track is about 16 miles long and most of it is on BLM land that will be difficult to see from the pits. The areas that will be good to see are within the state park and the includes the start, the live pit area, the finish line and all the track that connects it together. Also for viewing the vendor row pro pit area which are packed with cool stuff to see.The only opportunity to see the entire track will be as a racer or sign up to do the family fun run Saturday night that is free. This will be a guided loop around the course close to sunset. You do not want to miss it. 85cc B level riders and up are welcome.
The Camping and Pits: The camping and pits are very spread out. There is almost a mile from the beginning to the end so bring a pit bike or something to ride. The amateur pit will be easily accessed. We will be broadcasting our announcer on an FM channel so you will need your pit radios tuned to know the where and when.
Water and RV Dump: Both are available at the campground. I am unsure if there is a dump fee but water is free.
Legal requirements for motorcycle, ATV and SXS: This is a closed course race so the same rules apply as they do at any WORCS event. However, if you get there early and go riding you will be required to have a Flag, Bike registration etc. Please go to the following website http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/sand-hollow/ohv. There is no riding beyond our designated area in the State Park so please respect that. This is the first ever closure of this park for a race to let be good patrons and police our neighbors as well.
Trash: There are dumpsters at the entrance of each campground each person is responsible to put their trash in the dumpster.
Fishing and Boating: You are right on the lake at this event so take advantage of excellent bass fishing and boating. You can rent boats right at the park and OHV’s as well. Get a temporary fishing license and catch a good fish story.
Gate Hours: The gates will open at 6am each day and close at 10pm. The state park will not vary their hours so there is no work around for getting back late. There is parking outside just in case though.