Dispersed
Group
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Jericho Picnic Area

Little Sahara Recreation Area Temporarily Closed

The BLM closed the Little Sahara Recreation Area (LSRA) on March 26, after working closely with state and local governments to address public health concerns related to COVID-19. This closure is also consistent with the State Public Health Order issued by the Utah Department of Health. The closure is effective immediately and will remain in effect until such time as conditions allow for safe use of the recreation area. The BLM’s number one priority is to protect the health and safety of staff and visitors to our recreation areas and facilities.

The BLM continues to collaborate with state and local governments to plan and implement the closure and to help reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. On busy weekends in the spring, LSRA may receive up to 30,000 visitors, large camping groups, heavy use of public facilities, and significant employee-public contact. During the weekend of March 20-22, the LSRA received approximately 15,000 visitors.

The temporary safety closure order can be viewed online at: https://www.blm.gov/learn/interpretive-centers/little-sahara-recreation-area

For more information on the status of recreation and visitor services across BLM-managed public lands in Utah, please visit: www.blm.gov/alert/utah-operations

ADA Access: A vault restroom and a flush restroom (available in the frost free months), are ADA compliant.

Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Toilets
Location
Jericho Picnic Area is located in Utah
Latitude
39.687 N
Longitude
-112.3671 W
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Directions
After leaving the visitor center, travel southwest along the main road for about 4 miles and signs will direct you into the Jericho Picnic Area.
2 Reviews of Jericho Picnic Area
Great spot

Loves this cute little spot. Nice getaway

First to Review
Lots of sun, sand and fun

Great recreation area just a couple hours from Salt Lake City. Lots of sand dunes and opportunities for play. Our Boy Scout Troop sand boarded and rolled down the dunes. Lots of people bring their ATV's. A little pricey per vehicle.