Millard County offers a world class rock crawling venue for 4x4 events at the County Fairgrounds in Delta. The man-made course rivals any you may have competed on, the professional or unlimited lines will test the driver, spotter and their rig to the limit.
This course has been made to accommodate any type of rock crawler outfit you drive. The lines can be made from very easy to the extreme. There is something for everyone, including the teeter-totter and other fun challenges. In 2009 the teeter-totter was used for a tip-over challenge, which was super fun to watch.
Millard County has all the necessary items for you to put on your own corporate or personal event. If you're a rock crawling family, this would be a great place to hold your family reunion. Play on some of the best trails in the state right here in Millard County, and then return to have your own competition that night. Millard County is building its own mini "King of the Hammers" course that can be used for Jeeps, Buggies, UTV and ATV races.
Unlike other rock crawling areas in the state, our course is open to the public unless there is an event taking place.
Contact Millard County Recreation at 435-979-0950 for rates and information about this great rock crawling area or to host your own event. For information on the Old School Rock Crawl, contact Craig Stumph at 435-864-3199.