The Jacycee Campground mountain bike shuttle service pickup is for those of you riding Mag-7 and exiting the infamous Portal Trail. If you are mtb riding the Portal trail, parking at the Jaycee Campground located on Potash Road / HWY 279. Park your vehicle here or along the road in designated parking areas.

Parking your car here it will alleviate riding an additional 7-9 miles (11-14 km) back to town and allows you to have easy immediate access to your vehicle which means food, water, shelter, and safety as soon as you’re off the trail.

If you are riding the MAG-7, park your car here. Please be ready to board the shuttle 15 minutes prior to departure.


OR BOOK BY PHONE

The Jacycee Campground mountain bike shuttle service pickup is for those of you riding Mag-7 and exiting the infamous Portal Trail. If you are mtb riding the Portal trail, parking at the Jaycee Campground located on Potash Road / HWY 279. Park your vehicle here or along the road in designated parking areas.

Parking your car here it will alleviate riding an additional 7-9 miles (11-14 km) back to town and allows you to have easy immediate access to your vehicle which means food, water, shelter, and safety as soon as you’re off the trail.

If you are riding the MAG-7, park your car here. Please be ready to board the shuttle 15 minutes prior to departure.


OR BOOK BY PHONE

TRAILS SERVICED FROM THIS LOCATION

Mag-7 Bike Trail Logo Moab Utah   MAG 7  ◈

MAG 7 can be ridden in a number of different ways, but best when shuttled to, and ridden as a 26-mile point to point.
20.5 miles / 2,050′ elevation gain / -2% ave / 42% max

Trail & Riding information for MAG 7

TRAILS SERVICED FROM THIS LOCATION

Mag-7 Bike Trail Logo Moab Utah

   MAG 7  ◈

MAG 7 can be ridden in a number of different ways, but best when shuttled to, and ridden as a 26-mile point to point.

20.5 mi / 2,050′ elevation gain / -2% ave / 42% max

Jaycee Campground Parking Sign Bureau of Land Management Moab Field Office
Jaycee Park Campground Parking Lot

You’ll know you’re in the right spot when you can see this sign! Welcome to the Jaycee Park Campground, Moab Utah.

Jaycee Park Recreation Site Sign Moab Utah
Jaycee Campground Outhouse

When nature calls, Jaycee has some privacy so you can take care of business!

Jaycee Campground Parking Lot Outhouse Moab Utah
Jaycee Campground Parking

The Jaycee Campground Parking Lot. Early bird, gets a good parking spot!

Jaycee Campground Parking Sign Bureau of Land Management Moab Field Office
Jaycee Park Campground Parking Lot

You’ll know you’re in the right spot when you can see this sign! Welcome to the Jaycee Park Campground, Moab Utah.

Jaycee Campground Parking Lot Outhouse Moab Utah
Jaycee Campground Outhouse

When nature calls, Jaycee has some privacy so you can take care of business!

Jaycee Park Recreation Site Sign Moab Utah
Jaycee Campground

The Jaycee Campground Parking Lot. Early bird, gets a good parking spot!

Jaycee Park Campground

Located in the Colorado River canyon with shady walk-in tent sites near the popular Wall Street climbing area. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Walk-in sites only (no trailers, RVs or large vehicles). The Portal Hiking Trailhead is near the campground ascending to spectacular views of the Moab Valley, La Sal Mountains and beyond. Individual Sites: 7 (limited to 10 people & two vehicles per site) Water: No Toilets: Yes Hook-ups: No

Directions to Jaycee Campground

From town head North on HWY 191. Make a left onto HWY 279 Potash Road. Drive four (4) miles to the Jacycee Park Campground on the right side of the road.

Jaycee Park Campground

Located in the Colorado River canyon with shady walk-in tent sites near the popular Wall Street climbing area. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Walk-in sites only (no trailers, RVs or large vehicles). The Portal Hiking Trailhead is near the campground ascending to spectacular views of the Moab Valley, La Sal Mountains and beyond. Individual Sites: 7 (limited to 10 people & two vehicles per site) Water: No Toilets: Yes Hook-ups: No

Directions to Jaycee Campground

From town head North on HWY 191. Make a left onto HWY 279 Potash Road. Drive four (4) miles to the Jacycee Park Campground on the right side of the road.

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