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Wagon Wheel OHV Trails

Featured Trail Near Meeker, CO!

This brand new trail system offers over 250 miles of marked trails with 16 interconnecting loops that wind through a mix of county, Forest Service and BLM land. The trail system has numerous access points including several trailheads conveniently located in the town of Meeker.

The North Fork Campground provides access to the northern half of the trail system but is very popular and reservations are recommended which can be made by calling (877) 444-6777. Meadow Lake and Meadow Ridge Campgrounds are located at the southern section of the trail system but sites are on a first come, first serve basis.

Most of the trails usually open around late May but some sections reopen in mid June due to elk calving. Exact dates may vary so be sure to check with the Forest Service before heading out.


Trail PhotoFrom: Grand Junction, CO
For the Hay Flats Trailhead:
1) Take I-70 east to exit 87
2) Turn left (north) off the exit ramp onto US-6, continue 2.7 miles
3) Turn left (north) onto Will Ave/CO-13, continue about 43 miles
4) Turn right (south) onto 10th Street, continue about 25 miles toward the Hay Flats Trailhead.

For the Miller Creek Trailhead:
1) Continue east past 10th Street about 2 miles
2) Veer right (east) onto County Road 8, continue, continue about 10 miles
3) Turn right (south) onto County Road 57, continue about 1 mile.

For the Yellow Jacket Pass Trailhead:
1)  Take Market Street/County Road 789 east about 1 mile
2) Turn right (north-east) onto County Road 15, continue about 11 miles
3)  Turn right (east) onto Yellow Jacket Pass Road.

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