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Riverbed Ranch Community

11840 N Riverbottom RD

Riverbed Ranch, UT 84648

 

jfisher@AcademyOSR.com

 

Tel: 385-319-7899

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IMPORTANT DRIVING DIRECTIONS

If you're driving out yourself, follow these directions (or, you may get lost):

If coming from Northern Utah County or points north of that:

Use Google Maps and search for “Utah OSR Land Co-op”. if you don't have extra-strength tires, you might consider going to Dugway first, it's paved all the way there. Takes a little longer, but it's a much better road. Then turn directly South just past the LDS Church. That road will take you to the Pony Express Trail road where you turn right. Then you'll turn left where the sign says, "Little Sahara" and go 7 miles to our 12' tall green gate on the left.

If coming via Southern Utah County:

Before leaving home, use Google maps to search for “Utah OSR” and follow the directions. Unless you're an Adrenalin junky, best to slow down on the curves. Oh, and watch out for sheep, cattle, and antelope.

If you don't have a smartphone to take with you, note that the roads out that way have big metal sticks with printed numbers on them stuck in the ground near forks in the road with little arrowheads pointing the way — each number represents a specific road. When you come to a fork, you should look for and follow #7. For example, not long after you leave the asphalt road, you'll come to a fork. Over on the left side of the road, just before the fork, you'll see one of those sticks. Among other numbers, it'll have a 7 with a small arrowhead pointing left. Go left.

If you keep following the sticks, as you approach Keg Mountain you will eventually turn North off the main road ("Weiss highway") and, in about 10 or 11 miles, arrive at the Riverbed Ranch. If you follow Google maps, it will have you turn North sooner and shave off 5 or `10 minutes, but the road is much rougher, so you may want to keep going and let Google direct you to the next turn.

Seriously, watch out for sheep, cattle, and antelope. Also, slow down when you approach an axle-cracking sand pit.