Idaho has some great riding opportunities and Hemminway Butte is counted among them. If you have been lucky enough to get one of the new Jetmoto ATVs and you are looking for a place in Southwest Idaho to take that baby for a spin, Hemminway Butte is the spot. The Bureau of Land Management manages this riding area and since it is a federally managed property, you will need to be sure you are wearing your helmet and goggles at all times when you ride. Also, you will need to have a spark arrestor and noise muffler installed on your ATV prior to riding these lands.
Hemminway Butte has a really diverse amount of terrain to choose from. You can take your Jetmoto ATV over many miles of roads, trails, sand washes, and rocky terrain. Also, if you're wanting to experience some uphill riding, that is available too. If you're a newer participant in the sport of ATVing, there are a good number of areas that are flat and will allow you to get comfortable maneuvering your Jetmoto ATV around the area. These ATV trails range from moderate to difficult. If you are not an experienced ATVer, don't try to tackle the more difficult trails or you find yourself in over your head. Also, there is no water in the area suitable for drinking so be sure to pack along plenty of water for your ride. Depending on your elevation, cell phones may or may not work.
Primitive camping is allowed, just remember, and leave the area cleaner than you found it. There is no fee to enjoy this area on your Jetmoto ATV and it sees a fairly steady use from hikers and ATVers.