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Bull Ranch Creek

Featured Trail Near Reno, NV!

If you are coming to Reno to ride, this place is not to be overlooked. Moonrocks may be more popular, but in our opinion Dog Valley is more fun, with some interesting scenery and views of the nearby Truckee River.

What makes it so fun is the wide variety of terrain, with trails that wind through sand and desert sage, teeter along the mountain ridges, and then tunnel deep into the woods. Many of the woods trails are single track (and we mean 18 inches wide), and the rest are perfect for ATVs.

Note that some of the wooded areas don't thaw until late May or even June. This is listed as a Nevada riding area because it is closest to Reno, but large portions of the area are in California, including the recommended staging area. You'll need either a Nevada NVOHV sticker or a California OHMVR sticker. Both states reciprocate.

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Trail PhotoFrom: Reno, NV
1) I-80 west to Verdi
2) Take exit 5 (last exit before Boomtown)
3) Continue straight about 2.5 miles from the bottom of the exit into Verdi
4) Turn right (north) on Bridge Street, continue about .5 miles.
5) Turn/veer right onto Dog Valley Road which turns into Hennesse Pass Road, continue about 1 mile.
6) Continue straight to stay on Hennesse Pass Road (you will pass Sunrise Creek Road on the left).
7) Follow the road about 2 miles.  Staging area will be a large dirt parking area.
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