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Danskin Mountains OHV Area

Featured Trail Near Boise, ID!

With over 160 miles of trails on over 60,000 acres, this area offers a good variety of terrain with spectacular views of the valley. Terrain consists mostly of hard pack and sandy trails winding through the high desert scrub brush with the occasional patch of trees, some shallow water crossings, and some large canyons and sand washes. Most trails range from easy to moderate difficulty.

A large portion of the trails are designated as OHM-only (off highway motorcycles) but there is also a network of ATV trails in the southern part of the area which allow machines up to 48" wide. Shade is somewhat limited, and the best camping is actually in the designated campgrounds to the north and east of the OHV area.

Due to the lack of trees, the area generally thaws by mid April (sooner than most other riding areas) making this a safe choice for a good spring ride.

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Trail PhotoFrom: Boise, ID
1) Take I-84 south for about 6 miles to Exit 64 (Blacks Creek Road exit)
2) Left off the ramp (east) on Kuna Mora Road/Blacks Creek Road
3) Veer left at all forks to follow Blacks Creek Road
4) First staging area (Three Point Mountain) is about 9.8 miles in from the highway and is good for ATVs
5) Continue further for additional staging that is better for accessing the motorcycle-only trails (Bender Creek and Willow Creek staging areas).

South Entrance: (long and rough)
1) From downtown of Mountain Home, take Canyon Creek Road north
2) Veer left at the fork on Mayfield Road
3) Continue about 10 miles to Case Creek trailhead (on the left).

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