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Agua Caliente
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoAgua Caliente   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Because it is so hot and dry, Agua Caliente is best explored during the winter or spring months. Old mines and some narrow washes are among the many things to discover. (There used be a ghost town at Sundad but it has been leveled.)

Although you won't find a lot of challenging trails or specific motorcycle or ATV trails, there is still a large network of sand washes and general 4x4 roads in a very remote setting. It's a good place for cruising.

This area was a popular place to go in the late 1880's and early 1900's and the hot springs in the area were used for medicinal purposes. The sandy trails are surrounded by beautiful desert vegetation with the southern route climbing onto the Sentinel Plain lava flow - a landscape of lava from 15 to 45 meters thick.

There are no services and no drinking water in the area, but nearby Painted Rock Campground does have picnic tables, BBQ grills, fire rings and vault toilets, plus an opportunity to view the prehistoric petroglyphs.

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Alto Pit OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoAlto Pit OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Prescott, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This OHV area consists of a granite pit and many surrounding ATV trails that range from beginner to intermediate. There is a 'Tot Lot' and beginner loop near the main entrance that offers a wide variety of terrain on a fun little trail loop. Amenities include picnic tables, restrooms, as well as a pavillion and group areas. Camping is available in one of the many individual campsites.

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Apache Trail
Primitive Camping            4x4s Permitted
Trail PhotoApache Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Other  (National Forest, Wilderness)
Location: Mesa, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Apache Trail is a 200 mile mostly paved scenic byway loop that starts from Apache Junction and connects Hwy 88 to I-60 back to Apache Junction. After passing Tortilla Flat (near mile marker 23) the road turns into a well-maintained dirt road that continues for 22 miles toward Roosevelt Dam.

The Superstition Wilderness, Four Peaks Wilderness, Three Bar Wildlife Area and portions of the Tonto National Forest surround this loop, making it a very scenic drive. There are some OHV trails in this general area, but Apache Trail itself is not really an ATV or motorcycle trail, it is a road.

There are plenty of hiking trails, equestrian trails, camping areas, boating and rafting areas, and some great sightseeing opportunities. The Tonto National Monument has guided tours of the ancient cliff dwellings of the Saledo civilization. RVs and vehicles hauling long trailers may wish to avoid this route, as there are many blind spots and narrow sections.

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Arizona Cycle Park
Primitive Camping      Single TrackMX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoArizona Cycle Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This motocross park has four tracks that cater to all levels of dirt bike riding including MX, MX 85, amatuer supercross and pit bikes. The main riding tracks are built in a large sunken pit which allows great full track visibility with a mountain backdrop for just about all spectators. The parking area is huge and all types of amenities are offered. Overnight parking is pemitted but no campfires. This track is host to some major racing events and is kept in great shape.

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Black Hills Box Canyon
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBlack Hills Box Canyon   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (AZ State Trust Land)
Location: Wickenburg, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

If you are looking for an alternative to the Florence box canyon you can check out this place near Wickenburg. It is more "untamed" than Florence and it will test you on every type of terrain from desert single track to deep water crossings and steep rocky climbs.

Some of the trails cross the Hasayampa River at different points. The river flows most of the year and is usually very shallow and narrow but during some seasons it can get particularly wide and deep making it difficult to cross (see photos). It has a bottom of soft sand that will quickly capture you if you don’t keep some momentum.

There are also several side trails that lead to some mines and small canyons but they are easy to miss so keep your eyes open. There are some spectacular looking rock canyons to explore and although most of these trails dead end after a short distance, some of the routes have short but truly expert-only rock climbs.

If staging from the south entrance follow the trail along the river bank upstream for about 1.5 miles and you will see a primitive campsite on the west bank with a private "beach" shaded by large trees. This place is called "The Box" and it's got a unique tropical and sort of spooky feel to it with a narrow rock canyon/cave in the back.

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Boulders OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBoulders OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, State Trust Land)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area has many miles of marked and rated trails and sand washes that wind past old windmills and corrals in the rolling desert hills.

There are plenty of easy to moderate trails, as well as some advanced level single track routes, with some trails stretching all the way into neighboring regions. While most of the land is BLM, there are some adjoining areas that may require a State Trust permit to ride.

The main staging area is large, flat, and meticulously maintained. There is a separate beginners area that is sometimes used for ATV training courses. The staging area can be busy on weekends, but due to the large number of good camping spots you can usually still find a comfortable place.

Much of the vegetation surrounding the staging area is protected so do your best not to trample it and always save your riding for the trail. The Boy Scouts and local riding clubs often do the trail and staging area clean up, so this will continue to be one of the best riding choices for Phoenix, as long as people take care of it.

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Bulldog Canyon OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBulldog Canyon OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Primarily a 4x4 playground, this area has numerous rocky desert trails with some great scenery. A gate combination code and a permit is required to access the area, which can be obtained online or in person from the Tonto National Forest. The permit is free but you will need to provide a driver's license or some other valid form of identification. Still, the process is quite simple and only takes a few minutes.

The south staging area has a really fun play pit with numerous trails and it comprises the most interesting terrain for ATVs and motorcycles. The rules state clearly that you need to stay on marked trails only, and that only some trails are open for vehicles, but the markings for motorized use can only be seen on the map that you receive with your pass so be sure to bring it on the trail with you.

Most of the motorized routes are simply 4x4 roads but the scenery is great here. ATV riders will probably have more fun than motorcyclists, primarily because one route is extremly chunky, and the other is relatively smooth and unchallenging. Primitive camping is permitted but there are no services.

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Camp Verde Trails
      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCamp Verde Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Camp Verde, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just south of Camp Verde, Arizona, this large area consists of dry and rocky trails. The Copper Canyon Trailhead was recently added in 2012 and offers direct access to Trail #545, a multiple use trail that heads north and eventually ties into the Hayfield Draw OHV Area. The trailhead offers plenty of room for parking, a loading ramp, picnic tables, shade ramadas and a vault toilet. Most of the trails are rated as moderately challenging and are popular with ATVs and UTVs except for Trail #513 which is very rocky, steep and narrow. The area is open year-round but the best time to visit is during the winter and spring months.

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Canyon Motocross
Primitive Camping      Single TrackMX Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCanyon Motocross   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Peoria, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Formerly known as Canyon Off Road Park, Canyon Motocross has now re-opened to the public after a period of closure. The park is open for practice on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Night practice is available on select dates. Four tracks are offered which consist of a main, moto mini for 65cc-85cc bikes, peewee and vet track. Quads are welcomed to use the vet track whenever open. Call before you haul.

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Charouleau Gap
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCharouleau Gap   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest, State Trust Land)
Location: Tucson, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This is a moderate 4x4 trail that stretches about 19 miles from N. Lago Del Oro Parkway all the way to Oracle. The trail is maintained by the Tucson Rough Riders club, and consists mostly of rocky creek bed washes, deep ruts and some steep climbs. There is not much in the way of actual motorcycle trails or ATV trails here, but there are a few shallow water crossings and some great desert scenery. This is can be a full day trip for 4x4s, or a couple of hours for dirt bikes and ATVs. Be sure to sign in at the gate and bring plenty of water because this is a very large area.   More...

Chloride Mine Trails
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoChloride Mine Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Chloride, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located high above in the mountains overlooking the town of Chloride are numerous miles of 4x4 and ATV trails that lead to abandoned silver mines, ancient petroglyph paintings and historic buildings. Wild mustangs still roam the area and can be found in this high desert area. Packsaddle and Windy Point campgrounds offer direct trail access and are surrounded by juniper and pinyon pine trees.

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Cinder Hills OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCinder Hills OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (National Forest)
Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area offers some huge hill climbs and about 19 miles of ATV trails through deep volcanic craters and ponderosa pines. The cinders from ancient volcanoes feel like loose sand, but these tiny lava pebbles tend to tear up paddle tires quickly.

Bonito Campground is close by, with picnic tables, fire rings, water faucets and vault toilets. Dispersed camping is also permitted, but the main staging area has no facilities.

Tourist attractions include Hundred-Dollar Hill (a nasty hill-climb of almost 900 feet!) and Sunset crater, a 500ft deep volcanic crater used by the Apollo astronauts for practice on operating the Lunar Rover (off-limits to OHV).

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Crown King
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCrown King   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Crown King, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This popular destination offers numerous miles of rugged OHV trails that wind through a cool mixed pine tree forest with panoramic views of the Bradshaw Mountains. There are several access points but the preferred place to stage for large trailers is near Lake Pleasant. Nearby Horsethief Lake has a cabin for rent and a few primitive campgrounds to choose from.

A grocery store, restaurants and lodging with direct trail access can be found in the Town of Crown King.

ATV rentals and guided tours are available and reservations can be made by contacting Happy Trails ATV Rentals of Arizona at (602) 577-5167.

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Desert Wells Multiuse Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoDesert Wells Multiuse Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Trust Land)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This large area has miles and miles of very flat terrain. There are some marked trails, but they are really just smooth wide jeep roads with occasional dips into the sand washes. It is also very dusty here, but there is some interesting vegetation and you may see a few cows near the small pond. There are multiple access points and a recreation permit is required.

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Ehrenberg Sandbowl OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoEhrenberg Sandbowl OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (BLM)
Location: Ehrenberg, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This small sand dune area has numerous side trails that lead to and from the main play area. The main staging area has loading ramps, vault toilets, picnic tables and shade ramadas and while it is RV accessible the staging area is very small and is not recommended for large vehicles. Camping is permitted as long as you pay for the next day.

ATV rentals are available at nearby River Breeze RV Resort. The resort offers both half day and full day rates plus personalized tour guides. The resort also has direct access to numerous miles of desert trails. For reservations call (928) 923-7483.

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ET Motopark
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoET Motopark   Rating
Status: Closed For Season  (will reopen in September)
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This park has three tracks which include a large 1.5 mile main track, a Vet/Quad track, and a peewee track. The tracks are groomed and watered with lights and starting gates and there is an additional track reserved for the motocross school. The parking area is huge, and a few picnic tables, some bleachers and portable toilets are the only amenities. Weekday practice is usually Tuesday and Thursday but individual track availability varies. Definitely call before you haul.

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Florence Coke Ovens
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoFlorence Coke Ovens   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Trust Land)
Location: Mesa, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area is very popular with the locals and if you go there you will know why.

Among the many things to see here are the “Box Canyon”, which is a tall, narrow and colorful canyon that has a small runoff stream that flows through the center during the winter months, various mines, an old house or cabin and five well-preserved coke ovens. If coming in from the center of Florence, keep to the main road to reach the box canyon.

To reach the coke ovens, veer right shortly after the cattle guard at the end of the box canyon (you will see a fork in the trail with an arrow sign). Just stay on the main road again from here, but a couple of Rinos or at least some Chatterboxes would come in handy, as there are a number of side trails that can easily take you way off course. You generally want to keep turning right.

Some of the rock-face climbs will be challenging for some jeeps and trucks, however most intermediate motorcycle riders and ATVers should not have too much of a problem. Do beware of the potential for flash flooding of the box canyon area during and after heavy rain. This is a great trail for any type of vehicle - lifted 4x4, Jeep, motorcycle, or ATV. A good time is guaranteed.

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Fort Valley Trail System
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoFort Valley Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just north of Flagstaff, this area offers miles of well maintained multiple use single track trails that form long loops with gradual elevation changes with scenic views of the surrounding mountains. Most of the trails consists of loose soil with a few rocky sections. The trails are open year-round but the best time to visit is around March through mid December.

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Four Peaks
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoFour Peaks   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Deep sand washes, steep cliffs, desert single track, huge play areas, and ridge top Jeep and ATV trails with panoramic mountain views are among the many things this place has to offer. Overnight camping is permitted and there are numerous sites that are suitable for large RVs.

The four peaks for which this area is named provide a great backdrop but the most notable features of this area are the steep canyon chutes carved into the hillside of the main wash.

Nearby Saguaro Lake has a marina, beach area and boat rentals, as well as a secluded campground that is only accessible by a boat. Be sure to bring an EZ-Up and some water because there are no services and the climate is hot and dry.

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Happy Track Motocross Raceway
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHappy Track Motocross Raceway   Rating
Status: Closed For Season  (will reopen in October)
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Yuma, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This track is open for practice on select Friday or Saturday evenings from about 5pm to 10pm. The track temporarily closes during the summer months but usually reopens in October.

The track is lighted and has an underground sprinkler system. Small quads are permitted (up to 250cc four-stroke or 80cc two-stroke) during small bike sessions. Camping is not permitted at the track. Check the track website for the most current race and practice schedule.

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Hayfield Draw OHV Area
      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHayfield Draw OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Cottonwood, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

With a variety of play areas and a well maintained staging area featuring shaded tables, BBQ grills and restrooms, this is a great choice for a day of play with the kids. The main trail starts out as a long and easy sand wash then gets a little chunkier as it heads up into the hills. There is also an enclosed tot-lot for the kids with a circuit of rolling bumps and banked turns. The area is for day use only.

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Hot Well Dunes
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHot Well Dunes   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (BLM)
Location: Bowie, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This unique recreation area features hot springs, on-site camping and limited amounts of shade.

The name comes from an artisan well that produces 250 gallons of hot water (106F) per minute. A couple of concrete soaking tubs have been built for the hot springs and they were actually pretty clean. There are 10 developed tent/RV sites that include fire grills & vault toilets, as well as a day-use area.

Trails consist mainly of sandy washes and one main sand dune, with multiple dirt dunes surrounding it. (The sand is pretty firm, so you can still have plenty of fun without a paddle.) The area is very popular, especially during the weekends and the summer days can be very hot.

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Hualapai ATV Trail
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHualapai ATV Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, County Land, Mohave County)
Location: Kingman, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Hualapai Mountain Park has a designated ATV trailhead and a RV campground that provides access to hundreds of miles of surrounding BLM trails. The main loop is mostly hardpacked with a few rocky sections and some moderate elevation changes.

The campground is open year-round but offers full hookups from May 1 through October 31. The park also offers cabin and teepee rentals. For current rates and reservations call (877) 757-0915.

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Kelly Canyon
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoKelly Canyon   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This new trail system offers around 50 miles of single track trails that form nice long loops and winds through a cool pine tree forest. The area is still a work in progress so be sure to say thanks to the Coconino Trail Riders for these new trails.

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Lake Havasu Motocross Park
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLake Havasu Motocross Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Lake Havasu City, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This motocross track is located next to the Havasu 95 Speedway. Full size quads are not permitted but 50cc and 90cc quads are allowed. Overnight camping is only permitted during race events but nearby Standard Wash has primitive camping and access to miles of desert trails.

Nearby Cattail Cove State Park offers full RV hookups, a swim beach and boat ramp. The track is generally open for practice Wednesdays from about 6pm-9:45pm, but call before you haul.

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Log Corral Canyon
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLog Corral Canyon   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Primarily a jeep trail, this area offers superb views of Four Peaks, Bartlett Lake and the surrounding desert hills. The main trail to the south is very tough, with deep washouts, sand gullies and huge rocks.

You really need a modifed jeep, custom 4x4, a motorcycle, or maybe an ATV with a lift to enjoy this trail. (These rocks are big, and a normal vehicle simply won't make it.) If you continue past the first mile, plan on doing at least some damage to your vehicle, but you can make it all the way to Bartlett Lake.

There are no services and it is slow going, so food, water, a repair kit, and a winch are strongly recommended. For an easier time, you can follow the sand wash north from the staging area for a short but fun ATV trail with great turns. Nearby Four Peaks has tons of easier riding as well, and it's just down the road.

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M.C. Motorsports Park
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoM.C. Motorsports Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (County Land)
Location: Tucson, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Formerly known as Pima Motorsports Park, M.C. Motorsports Park offers a motocross and ATV track, an obstacle course and a cross-country trail. This park is very clean and new and offers all of the standard amenities including picnic tables and spectator stands. There are some trees but they are very small, so bring your own shade. The track is lighted and is groomed and watered for practice.

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Maverick Trail
      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMaverick Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Pinetop, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This brand new trail was put in June 2010 and is around 45 miles long and winds through a scenic ponderosa pine forest. The trail starts near Pinetop and ends near Clay Springs. Future plans are to extend the trails toward Springerville. Be sure to say thanks to the White Mountain Open Trails Association for these awesome new trails.

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Mescal Mountain OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMescal Mountain OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, City Land)
Location: Kearny, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This OHV area offers miles of trails that range from easy to difficult. Wide and rocky trails with some sharp inclines and a couple of riverbed washes make up most of the terrain. There are very few actual dirt bike trails here. The loops are generally short, and consist mainly of roads. The staging area campsite is very pleasant and has twelve sites, each with a shade ramada, fire ring and picnic table. Other amenities include restrooms, potable water and loading ramps.

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Mesquite MX
Primitive CampingRV Camping      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMesquite MX   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Mesquite, NV
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This motocross park offers three three tracks to choose from which consist of a main, mini and seperate peewee track that consists of a mixture of clay and sand. Call before you haul.

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Mohave Valley Raceway
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMohave Valley Raceway   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Needles, CA
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This track is currently only open during race events during the fall. Quads are permitted and camping is prohibited. Check website for current race schedule.   More...

Motoland MX Park
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMotoland MX Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Casa Grande, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This family oriented motocross park opened for business in March 2007 and offers five tracks and caters to all skill levels. Future additions to the park may include swimming pools, a sand volleyball court, RV hookups, concession stands, a paintball course and more. An annual membership is required but is free. An onsite store carries parts, gear, and refreshments. Park updates are posted on Facebook. Call before you haul.

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Mt. Lemmon Control Road
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMt. Lemmon Control Road   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Oracle, AZ
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Open to street legal vehicles only and closed during winter months due to snow and ice, this 25 mile long maintained dirt road begins at Peppersauce Campground and leads to the top of Mt. Lemmon. The Mt. Lemmon summit offers various restaurants and cafes, making this a nice and easy dual sport ride, or if you have a street legal ATV, as many do in Arizona. Peppersauce Campground at the base offers cool and shady developed campsites but is too cramped for large trailers and RVs. There are no pull-throughs and the sites are about 22 feet deep.

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Munds Park OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMunds Park OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Munds Park, AZ
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Located just minutes away from nearby Flagstaff, this area offers about seven miles of trails that is open to OHVs less than 62 inches. Currently the only trailhead that can accommodate the larger machines is at Iron Springs Staging Area but there are plans to eventually widen the cattleguard entrance at Janice Place Staging Area.

The trails wind through a scenic pine forest and form nice and easy loops. Camping is not permitted at the staging area however is permitted off of Forest Roads 240 or 78A. The trails are closed during the winter months and generally reopens around April or May, weather permitting.

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Nomads MX Track
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Status: Open  (Open To Club Members Only)
Type: Combo  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Sierra Vista, AZ
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This is a nice practice track for all skill levels and there a few surrounding trails as well. Annual membership is required which includes an access key and can be obtained by contacting Cochise Motorsports or Sierra Cycles. Camping and campfires are not allowed however BBQ grills are permitted. Race events are also hosted here throughout the year. Track updates are posted on Facebook.

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Ocotillo Raceway
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoOcotillo Raceway   Rating
Status: Open  (Open During Select Dates)
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Eloy, AZ
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Located north of Tucson, Arizona, this motocross track has reopened after a period of closure but does not have a regular practice schedule. The main motocross track is about one mile long with a soft mixture of sand and dirt with pro-style obstacles including a 150 foot table top and a separate pee-wee track. The parking area is very large and all standard amenities are offered including a series of tall bleachers for spectators. Camping and campfires are permitted during events at no additional cost.

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Pima-Bartlett Motorcycle Loop
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPima-Bartlett Motorcycle Loop   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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This area of Tonto National Forest offers a good mix of trails including some single track, double track, sand washes and banked turns. The climate is hot and dry and there is no shade. Water and other services are not available either, but there are plenty of places to boat, camp and ski at nearby Bartlett Lake on the Verde River. The Jojoba paved boat launch and marina has sloping beaches and scenic mountain views. *Note that some of the trails to the south of Wildcat Staging area (Granite Mountain Multi-Use Trails) have been closed to motorized use since May 2008 due to dust control ordinances. The closed areas have been marked and fenced off, but the vast majority of the areas immediately surrounding the Wildcat staging area are open.   More...

Pinal Airpark
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPinal Airpark   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Trust Land)
Location: Tucson, AZ
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This large desert area offers a variety of easy trails with big whoops and various scattered makeshift motocross tracks. The western area has a couple of large play pits with numerous jumps, small chutes and climbs, and hill turns. Primitive campsites can be found throughout the area and staging can be done most anywhere.

Nearby Pinal Airpark was at one time the CIA headquarters for air cargo operations but is now more of a storage place for large airplanes. The air space is still plenty active, however, and military training operations are common, so stay within the boundaries and obey all postings.

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Red Springs
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoRed Springs   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Tucson, AZ
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This is primarily a hunting area and has no real motorcycle trails, but rather jeep trails and roads. You will find some border crossing foot paths and smuggling paths that would make great single track motorcycle trails. The roads are chunky, and loaded with small sharp rocks - enough to take most of the fun out of it for motorcyclists. ATVs and 4x4s will have an easier time. Most of the side trails quickly dead-end at primitive hunting camps or scenic viewpoints. The staging area is small and simple with minimal room and no services.

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Redington Pass
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoRedington Pass   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Tucson, AZ
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This secluded area has several miles of very nice motorcycle and ATV trails and miles of surrounding fun jeep trails that offer beautiful panoramic desert views. The trails are somewhat rocky, but still a lot of fun on a motorcycle. (The trail system itself is maintained by the Tucson Rough Riders club, so be sure to say thanks for the great work.)

The main access road is maintained but is long and steep which may make driving up with large RVs or trailers difficult. The main staging area has three loading ramps and offers ample turnaround space for large vehicles.

After a day of riding check out the two hiking trails that lead to Tanque Verde creek. The lower trailhead will lead to the bottom and if you hike upstream for about 25 minutes you will come across a 75’ waterfall. (The upper trailhead provides access to a nude beach area.)

The Arizona Game and Fish Department occasionally sets up a checkpoint on the main access road to enforce hunting regulations but they also check for OHV stickers. It is only legal to ride on the main access road if you make your bike street legal, and you'll still need an OHV sticker.

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Saffel Canyon OHV Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
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Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Eagar, AZ
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This OHV area consists of one 21 mile loop, one 4 mile loop and a tot-lot that winds through a mixed ponderosa pine, conifer and pinion-juniper forest. Colorful wildflowers border most of the trail and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys are among the many highlights.

The trail system is well marked and rated easy-medium difficulty with some tight sections for ATVs. The staging area is open for day use only however camping can be found near the town of Greer, Big Lake and Lyman Lake State Park.

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Santa Rita OHV Routes
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSanta Rita OHV Routes   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Tucson, AZ
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This system of rocky jeep trails and sand washes has a small staging area with a map kiosk and loading ramp but no services. Camping is not permitted at the main staging area in the north, but there are numerous primitive campsites near the south entrance and along the trails.

The area is fairly rocky and there are not a lot of actual motorcycle or ATV trails, but mosty just narrow and chunky 4x4 roads. Still, the area is pretty fun to check out. The primary roads connecting the staging areas are open to street legal OHVs only.

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Shea Pit and Osborne Wash Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoShea Pit and Osborne Wash Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Parker, AZ
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Home to the Parker 400 Desert Race, this large area has multiple access points and consists of chunky jeep trails, sandy washes with various cactuses and creosote bushes scattered about. Primitive camping is permitted and there is no shade or amenities onsite. The nearby towns of Parker and Lake Havasu City offer numereous services, boating and recreation opportunites.

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Sheridan Mountain Smith Mesa OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSheridan Mountain Smith Mesa OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Prescott, AZ
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This forested area offers some long and challenging ATV double-track loops with great panoramic views. Most of the trails are very manageable, but a few of them are relentlessly chunky so be prepared for a little bit of a bashing.

In addition to the trails, it is also possible to do long cruising loops on the smooth forest service roads which take you past some interesting old corrals and through a couple of shallow stream crossings.

With about 40 miles of trails, this is a great area for a full day ride, or two days of exploration, but the trails are generally more suited to ATVs than motorcycles. If you enjoy mountain views and you don't mind going slower on the rockier parts, you'll really enjoy this ride. Camping is permitted at Camp Wood staging area but there are no services.

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St. David Pits
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSt. David Pits   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (City Land, County Land)
Location: Benson, AZ
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Located just outside of St. David, this play pit area offers various jumps and turns in a small but very unique looking canyon. The area gets very dusty, and there are no services here and no fees, but the locals are friendly and scenery is very cool as the pictures show. There is also a large sand wash that runs through town and out to the hills that makes for a fun ride. The nearby city of Tombstone is also a major attraction.

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Standard Wash
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoStandard Wash   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Lake Havasu City, AZ
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What a pleasant surprise this was! Some easy, but really fun and often unique trails with great scenery - just outside Lake Havasu City. The staging area has no shade or services, but camping is free and the rider traffic is pretty low most times. It makes a great day trip from the marinas and RV resorts on the lake, sitting just five miles from town.

There are a variety of small play areas, and there is an easy loop for beginners if you head north and west from the staging area until you hit the small wash. If you like to bring the boat up to enjoy the lake, and have ever thought about bringing the ATVs or motorycles along, Lake Havasu is a great place to do that. You'll have a great time riding these trails.

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Swansea Townsite
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSwansea Townsite   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Parker, AZ
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Once a bustling copper mining town from 1908-1943, this historic landmark is now an abandoned ghost town with scattered ruins and artifacts. An informative self guided hiking loop takes you through the main parts and there are actually five nice developed campsites with gazebos so you camp right within the town ruins.

The surrounding trails are mostly hard packed jeep trails with small sharp rocks and some sand washes. The terrain is largely flat with some scenic canyons and rolling hills but nothing too challenging. Larger RVs and trailers are not recommended to go all the way to the townsite, as the last three miles of the main access road gets a little narrow and steeper, with a one-lane bridge (8-ton limit). This is a nice easy day ride for seniors or beginner ATV riders who would appreciate the historical sights, but there are not many challenges for agressive riders.

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Table Mesa Recreation Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoTable Mesa Recreation Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Black Canyon City, AZ
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Located north of Phoenix, Arizona, this large area offers about 55 miles of trails. The Little Pan Staging Area offers plenty of level parking, spacious room for primitive camping and a vault toliet but no water or shade so come prepared. The staging area also offers a small ATV warmup loop designed for beginners. There is no fee charged for camping or riding and there are future plans to add more single track trails for dirt bikes.

The area also offers many miles of non-motorized use trails which are popular with mountain bike and horseback riders.

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Thunder Rock Off Road Ranch
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoThunder Rock Off Road Ranch   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Congress, AZ
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This brand new off road park offers 1200 acres of sand washes, dirt roads, rock climbs and beautiful desert scenery. Currently only open during special events, the park has plans to eventually be open to the public twice per month. Camping is permitted however there are no hookups. Call before you haul.   More...

Bartlett Lake Recreation Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBartlett Lake Recreation Area   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Carefree, AZ
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Bartlett Lake has one main but challenging jeep trail known as the FR 42 that consists of sandy washes, steep hills and rocky sections. Summer temperatures can get very hot (100+ degrees) so bring extra shade plus water and keep an eye out for desert wildlife such as lizards and rattlesnakes. Most of the southern part and eastern part of Bartlett Lake is inaccessible, however the western side of the lake offers camping, picnic and day use facilities.

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Bowl
            
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Status: Closed
Type: Other  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Casa Grande, AZ
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This area is illegal and is now fenced off and gated. The area in question is private property, surrounded by more private property. Housing developments are creeping closer and there should be no open space left surrounding the area within a year or two. All you will find right now is a short debris ridden dirt road that leads to a locked gate. There are no trails here and no legal riding, and presumably there never was.   More...

Firebird Motocross Park
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoFirebird Motocross Park   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Chandler, AZ
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This track at the speedway was sometimes open to quads and motorcycles for practice and racing on select dates and at one point in 2011 there were tentative plans to open the track for motocross practice on select dates. Those plans have fallen through, and although the speedway remains open and hosts various events, the track will be used for professional off road truck racing events only. As of June 2011 there were no plans to host any motocross events. This listing will page remain for historical and informational purposes only.

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Grinding Stone MX
Primitive Camping      MX Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoGrinding Stone MX   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Fountain Hills, AZ
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This park has a 1.4 mile long main track which features some natural terrain and elevation changes along with a peewee track. The track soil is a soft mixture of loam, granite sand and wood shavings which keep it loose and well drained. This is a large facility with huge parking as well as some surrounding trails. Quads are permitted on practice days. Check track website for current schedules, fees and regulations.

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Jomax
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Trail PhotoJomax   Rating
Status: Destroyed
Type: Trail  (Public)
Location: Surprise, AZ
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Some open desert riding, sand washes, and a few trails in the hills is what this area has traditionally offered, but housing developments have crept in very quickly. You may still find a small amount of open area to the north, but it may be private property, and it is obvious that none of it will last long. By the time you read this, there will most likely nothing left. This area will probably be completely shut down due to road construction and housing development, and we recommend that you don't waste your time.   More...

Mammoth MX
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMammoth MX   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Mammoth, AZ
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This motocross track was once open for practice and racing during the fall and winter months but is now closed. This listing will remain up for historical purposes and to save you a wasted trip.

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Motogrande MX
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMotogrande MX   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Casa Grande, AZ
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This motocross park once featured a groomed, watered and lighted main motocross track, a supercross track for pro riders as well as a mini and flat track for ATVs/Go karts but is now closed.

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Reno Pass
Primitive Camping      Single Track      
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Status: Closed
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Mesa, AZ
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Once a popular 4x4 trail, this area is currently closed to motorized use due to past forest fires. The challenging jeep trails eventually lead to a historical military fort that dated back to 1863. Several sections were very steep and rocky with several sharp drop-offs. Primitive camping was permitted at the staging area.

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Speedworld Motocross Park
Primitive Camping      MX Track      4x4s PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSpeedworld Motocross Park   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Surprise, AZ
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This motocross park at one time featured an expert supercross track, peewee, Vet track as well as an oval dirt track and a supermoto practice track but is now closed. The main tracks were lighted, groomed, and watered for evening practice and both bikes and ATVs were permitted. This listing will remain for a couple of years to end confusion and hopefully save a few wasted trips.

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Sun Valley Pit
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Status: Closed
Type: Trail  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Surprise, AZ
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This area is private property and closed to motorized use. It was a large open area of undeveloped land with numerous flat desert trails, winding sand washes, and a large play pit. There were some steep drop-offs, deep holes, and a lot of scattered debris. Several of the trails and washes lead to a pit area, as does the main road. Motorized use or trespassing in this area is not tolerated and you may be ticketed.   More...

Thornton Pits
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Status: Closed
Type: Trail  (State Trust Land)
Location: Casa Grande, AZ
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This was a small area of state trust land consisting simply of a large dirt play pit with scattered debris, some small jumps and a make-shift motocross track. Located across the road from Motogrande MX park, it was once an area where locals liked to play ride. Dry and dusty, however, this area is not available for legal riding and could be hazardous. We do NOT recommend riding at this area. (Also, please read our disclaimer notice at the bottom of each state list page).   More...

Thrasherland Motocross Park
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Trail PhotoThrasherland Motocross Park   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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This park once offered a main track and pee-wee track but is currently closed.

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Verde Valley Motorplex
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoVerde Valley Motorplex    Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Cottonwood, AZ
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Open to both quads and motorcycles, this motocross track is now closed.

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Upcoming Events
Parking Area and Restrooms Temporary Closure

Parking Area and Restrooms Temporary Closure

Hayfield Draw OHV Area

The staging area located off of Highway 260 will be closed from June 1 through August 31, 2014. The picnic area and trails will remain open to visitors with motorcycles and OHVs of 50 inches or less and can be accessed by trails #527, #543 and #545. The $5.00 fee will not apply during this closure but no services will be provided - restrooms will be closed and trash removal will be discontinued. The staging area will reopen and services will resume September 1, 2014. For more information call ...

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2014 Summer Motocross Night Series - Final Round!

2014 Summer Motocross Night Series - Final Round!

M.C. Motorsports Park

A race is scheduled for Saturday, August 23. Gates open at 4pm, practice at 6pm with racing around 7pm. Cost is $25/class. Gate fee is $5/person and kids 12 and under are free. For more information call (520) 240-3420.

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Coke Ovens on Private Property

Coke Ovens on Private Property

Florence Coke Ovens

Please note that the coke ovens are located on private property. The trails themselves leading to the ovens are not closed or private but the property lines do cross the trail with no signs. Signs have been placed however someone keeps taking them down. We ask that you please respect the property owners wishes and to not remove any signage. Several clubs are trying to work with the owner to provide access.

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Lake Havasu MX Race Series - Round 3

Lake Havasu MX Race Series - Round 3

Lake Havasu Motocross Park

A race is scheduled for Saturday, August 30. Registration is at 6pm, practice at 7pm with racing around 8pm. Race entry is $40. Gate fee is $10/person and kids 12 and under are $5. Camping will be permitted and a bounce house for the kids will be provided. For more information call (928) 727-6851.

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11th Annual Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree

11th Annual Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree

11th Annual Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree The Best Darn ATV Party in the West! The Annual Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree is scheduled for September 2-6 near Eager, Arizona. Enjoy guided scenic tours through the scenic White Mountains and Apache National Forest! Participants get a t-shirt, a raffle ticket for a new Polaris 500, great door prizes, a BBQ dinner on Friday, breakfast served each morning, nightly entertainment and more! There is no fee to ride but registration is ...

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6th Annual Howlin' at the Moon National Dual Sport Ride

6th Annual Howlin' at the Moon National Dual Sport Ride

6th Annual Howlin' at the Moon National Dual Sport Ride Hosted By the Arizona Trail Riders The 6th Annual Howlin' at the Moon National Dual Sport Ride is scheduled for November 8-9 and will begin at the Payson Elks Lodge in Payson, Arizona. Event is limited to 250 riders! Get a sneak preview here! For more information call (602) 692-9382.

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