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Albany Motor Sports Park
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoAlbany Motor Sports Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Albany, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The track here changes regularly and it is groomed and rock/dust free. Practice is usually held on Wednesday from 3pm to dark and weekends from 10am to 3pm, weather permitting. The track also features flat track, karts, vintage and sand drags racing. There are showers available, concessions and a pool (open during warm weather).   More...

Blue Mountain OHV Trails
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBlue Mountain OHV Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Unity, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, this area consists of one main OHV trail that is about 50 miles long with several short side loops. Most sections of the trail system is fairly smooth and hardpacked with several bridge crossings.

The trail system has three designated campgrounds that provide direct trail access. South Fork and Elk Creek Campground are located at the southern part of the trail system but also border a scenic river which boasts good fishing several hiking trails trails to explore. Oregon Campground provides access to the northern part of the trail system and also has a loading ramp.

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Blue Ridge Trails
Primitive Camping      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBlue Ridge Trails   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (due to logging activity)
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Coos Bay, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

These trails are mostly single track and are marked, rated and frequently maintained. They are multi-use trails with thick forest vegetation, slippery tree roots, mud puddles, logs, and occasional road crossings. The heavily forested area gets muddy quickly and dries out slowly, so it is recommended to wait a few extra days after a hard rain. It is easy to access the staging area which has a small gravel parking lot but no services.

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Browns Camp OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoBrowns Camp OHV Area   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (due to high fire danger)
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Forest Grove, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This is the eastern most OHV campground in the Tillamook State Forest and is the recommended staging area for novice and amateur OHV riders.

The area provides many types of fun trails, secluded campsites right on the banks of the creek and plenty of shade. The creek that flows through the campground is shallow and sometimes a little muddy/cloudy, and although the sharp rocks don't make it very suitable for swimming, it's deep enough do a little wading to cool off. (There is a popular swimming area down the road at the entrance to Diamond Mill OHV Area)

Most of the trails here are looped, and are marked and rated for difficulty, but bring a GPS/Radio unit anyway. There are a number of runs that are twisty and narrow, and most would also be plenty wide enough for ATVs. The trails also seemed split when necessary to offer an easy way around the deep rutted or technical spots. Our only complaint might be that most of the turns are not well banked, so the trails didn't have a very good flow for faster riding, but that may have changed since we last visited and overall it was still very fun. Browns Camp is a great choice if you like easy woods riding. Call (503) 359-7463 for trail conditions and closure info.

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Christmas Valley Sand Dunes
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoChristmas Valley Sand Dunes   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Dune  (BLM)
Location: Christmas Valley, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area (open year-round) mainly consists of medium sized dunes with some fun sand bowls. The main access roads are largely un-maintained and these roads can also be very muddy in the spring so 4WD is recommended.

Nearby Fossil Lake (a 6500 acre dry lake) is off-limits to OHV use but has prehistoric post-ice age fossils such as camels and mammoths. Please note there is private land surrounding the dunes and the Lost Forest. Respect land owners by not cutting any trees for firewood, carry out what you bring in and respect your fellow users. The right to use private property is a privilege and will remain open as long as people respect it.

Frequent visitors to dune areas like this might consider using a Sand Snake or something similar for motorcycles, or Sedona Cyclones for ATVs. Failure to use a paddle tire in deep sand can result in overheating and cause unnecessary damage to your motor.

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Cline Buttes Recreation Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCline Buttes Recreation Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Redmond, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in the high desert of central Oregon, this area offers about 1,200 acres of motorized trails. Vegetation is sparse but consists of mixed juniper and pine trees and scattered scrub brush. The staging area offers plenty of flat parking a primitive camping is permitted. Most of the trails are marked and rated and range from hardpacked to rocky and rugged. The area is open year-round but the best time to visit is during the spring and fall months.

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Crane Mountain OHV
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCrane Mountain OHV   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Lakeview, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Fire roads and logging trails make up most of this area. There are not as many trails as you might expect, because many are dead ends or are blocked by snow well into the summer. If you wait until late summer this place offers some short sections of expert level single track, mountain top views of Goose Lake, remote camping, cool temps, no crowds and some wildlife (including some ferocious insects!). The peak is a popular hang gliding spot and the nearby town of Lakeview is tourist friendly.

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Crooked Finger OHV Trails
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoCrooked Finger OHV Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest, Private)
Location: Scotts Mills, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This property has about 12 miles of ATV trails on 600 acres. Most of the trails are rated as moderately challenging but there are some flat gravel roads for beginners to explore. The trails are open year-round but may temporarily close during fire season. Primitive camping is permitted but a full service campground is available about one mile north which features RV hookups, teepees, yurts, bungalows, tent sites, hot showers and a general store with basic supplies. The campground also offers zip lines, disc golf, paint ball, gold panning and electric car racing. Call before you haul.

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Diamond Mill OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoDiamond Mill OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Tillamook, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

From the novice play ride area surrounding the campground, to the logging runs to the peak with great views, to the deep woods single track, to the steepest crustiest climbs in Tillamook, this area has something for everyone.

The upper trails are narrow & difficult with very few chances to turn around. Motorized trails are marked and rated on trail maps and kiosks, but not necessarily on the trails themselves, and regions of the area close with changing fire, logging, and ecological conditions, so pay attention.

The most inviting swimming hole you'll ever see sits in the back right corner of staging area (under the wooden arch bridge) with crystal clear water, smooth rocks, and natural stone steps. There are more swimming areas in the surrounding park as well. This area gets busy on weekends and only a couple of the camping sites have a picnic tables and shade, but you can have the whole place to yourself mid-week. With free camping, a wide range of difficulty, and new trails being added periodically, this park is an all around winner for the family. Call (503) 815-7024 for trail conditions and closure info.

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East Fort Rock OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoEast Fort Rock OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Millican, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This huge area offers over 300 miles of marked trails. The area is well maintained and is a good place to take the family or a beginner because it mainly consists of long and easy, looped trails. Vegetation consists of a mixture of ponderosa pines and sagebrush. There are multiple staging areas along with four play areas to check out.

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Edison Butte OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoEdison Butte OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Bend, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area offers miles of two way traffic trails that wind through a dense ponderosa pine and hemlock forest. The terrain consists largly of loose and lava ridges and can be technical in some sections.

Sheridan Mountain and Kwohl Butte are two ski shelters to discover that offer scenic mountain views. The trail system is open to OHV use April 1 through November 30 but the best time to visit is June through October. Camping and parking space for large RVs or trailers can be found at the Edison Sno-Park parking lot.

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Elderberry Flats
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoElderberry Flats   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Medford, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

A locals favorite, this area offers miles of rugged OHV trails that range from rutted 4x4 roads to smooth and windy wooded singletrack. There are several unsigned staging areas off of the main road but the most popular place to park and camp is Elderberry Campground. The campground borders the West Fork Evans Creek and offers 11 sites, each with a picnic table, BBQ ring and a garbage can. The campground also has some pleasant swimming holes but riding is not permitted in the creek.

The trails are open daily except during fire season but the campground closes during the winter months. For current updates contact the Medford BLM Office at (541) 618-2200.

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Green Mountain OHV Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoGreen Mountain OHV Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Prineville, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This 8.5 mile long trail mainly consists of a mixture of clay and loamy soil and winds through a scenic ponderosa pine forest and offers numerous panoramic views. The trail is open year-round but may temporarily close due to heavy snowfall. Primitive camping is permitted at the trailhead and the main access road is suitable for large trailers and RVs.

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Henderson Flats OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHenderson Flats OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Madras, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in the Crooked River National Grassland, this area consists of around 18 miles of marked and rated trails, a separate play area and a beginners loop. The main routes are mostly smooth and fast and form nice long loops.

The terrain is a mix of sand and clay and the trails wind through a juniper and pine tree forest with panoramic mountain views. Primitive camping is permitted at the main staging area and there are also a few dispersed primitive sites.

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High Desert MX
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHigh Desert MX   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Madras, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located in central Oregon, this track was formerly known as Madras MX. This track had occasional practice dates and race events however is currently closed due to low attendance.   More...

Hood River County OHV Trails
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHood River County OHV Trails   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (closed for fire season)
Type: Trail  (County Land)
Location: Hood River, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

The Hood River County OHV Trail system area offers around 64 miles of marked and rated trails and several staging areas. The staging areas are day use only however primitive camping can be found at nearby Kingsley Reservoir. Free trail maps are available at each of the kiosks.

Note that the area is normally closed to motorized use during fire season, so be sure to call before you haul. The members of the Hood River Area Trail Stewards are very active in maintaining this trail system.

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Huckleberry Flats OHV Trails
      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHuckleberry Flats OHV Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Oakridge, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

About 30 miles of marked and rated ATV trails can be found here in the center of a beautiful and dense conifer forest. There are a few motorcycle-only trails and the trails are designed to be one way. Camping is not permitted at the main staging however dispersed camping is allowed away from the staging area. The staging area has leveled gravel parking with picnic tables, a vault toliet and information kiosk. Trails are open year-round however may close temporarily during fire season. Be sure to say thanks to the Emerald Trail Riders Association for maintaining this trail system.   More...

Jackson County Sports Park
      Single TrackMX Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoJackson County Sports Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (County Land)
Location: White City, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This 715 acre offroad park is open daily and offers a 1.3 mile long ATV course that winds through an oak forest, a motocross track and a separate OHV play area. Other activities include a 1/3 mile long oval track, a kart track and a separate shooting range. Amenities include spectator bleachers, restrooms and showers, shade ramadas and concession stands.

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John's Peak OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoJohn's Peak OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, Private)
Location: Jacksonville, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This system of trails offers over 16,000 acres of motorcycle loops of varying degrees of difficulty. With lots of single track, and very little traffic, this secluded area offers some decent scenery. Recent improvements include new vault toilets added to the upper staging area and a helicopter landing pad for emergencies. Keep your eye out for hidden log cabins, abandoned mines, old lumbermills, deer, coyote, bears, and cougars. Be sure to thank the Motorcycle Riders Association for maintaining and adding new trails.

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Jordan Creek
Primitive Camping      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoJordan Creek   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Tillamook, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Best for more experienced riders, this trail system offers some narrow, steep and technical trails with sharp cutbacks. Most of the terrain is fairly difficult, with some parts so steep, they are basically one way (down!). This area has a small campground with 6 camp sites, basic services, and a small creek with some crystal clear water. The first part of trail leading from the campground is very easy, but the trails get more technical soon thereafter. Bring your 'A' game. Call (503) 815-7024 for trail conditions and closure info.   More...

Klamath Sportsman's Park
Primitive Camping      Single TrackMX Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoKlamath Sportsman's Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Keno, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This park offers an occasionally groomed but fairly dry MX track with sharp lips, big doubles, and long table tops. What sets this area apart is the 4x4 obstacle course in the woods which includes a wall-to-wall tire section, a pair of see-saws, and a long rock pile. The park also offers archery and pistol ranges, a rifle range, sporting clays, model aircraft runway, and a 4x4 drag strip.

The camping area across the street has a few more trails, and some swimming, fishing, and water skiing opportunities. This is a small park, with just the motocross track, and handful of short trails, but tackling the obstacle course in the cool evening shade made us smile, and kept us amused for at least an hour.

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LaDee Flats OHV Area
      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLaDee Flats OHV Area   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (due to forest fire)
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Estacada, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located about one hour southeast of Portland, Oregon, this new OHV area opened to the public in 2011 and has about 35 miles of deep woods trails. Terrain consists mostly of hard pack with some rocky sections and some deep mud holes for jeeps. More new trails are being designed and constructed by Those Guys Off Road and Lobos Motorcycle Club.

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McCubbins Gulch OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMcCubbins Gulch OHV Area   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (closed for fire season)
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Maupin, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just southeast of Mt. Hood, this area offers about 40 miles of narrow and twisty single track and ATV trails. Vegetation mostly consists of a pine and conifer forest. Trails are mostly smooth and fast with some sections of lava rock. The trail system has three staging areas and McCubbins Gulch Campground has direct trail access. Please note that this area is located near the Warm Springs Indian Reservation and a permit is required to access tribal lands.

This trail system temporarily closes during fire season which is usually around late July through mid September and closes for the season beginning December 1 through March 31 to help protect deer winter range. Call before you haul.

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Mcgrew Trail
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMcgrew Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: O'Brien, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This is a remote area that mainly consists of gravel roads and jeep trails. The climbs are gradual (not too steep) but some sections of the trail are pretty rocky.

There is a nice staging and camping area next to the stream on the left near the main entrance at N42.01.615 W 123.46.079. You can stage here or drive in further. Follow the main road up the mountain, past the gravel pit, and bear right at the fork (go through the yellow gate) and look for a large unmarked open area on the right. This is the actual trailhead.

Some other recommended activites in the area are the Oregon Caves National Monument (north on 199), the Smith River Nation Recreation Area, and the redwood forest (10-15 miles south on 199).

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Millican Plateau OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMillican Plateau OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Millican, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This is another huge area, but primitive camping is permitted so you can stay awhile. The area consists of four sections:

(1) Milican ODOT Pit is open year round and has gravel mounds and a beginners loop sections that is fenced off. Trucks and other 4WDs are not permitted in the pit area and the area gets pretty dry and dusty during the summer.

(2) Milican Plateau is open year-round and consists of sandy trails with sagebrush/juniper vegetation.

(3) North Millican is open May 1 through November 30 and offers a large cinder pit/play area.

(4) South Millican is located on an ancient lakebed and terrain is mainly flat with some rolling hills. The trails are sandy but are well marked and is seasonally open August 1 through November 30.

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Morrow County OHV Park
Primitive CampingRV Camping      Single TrackMX Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMorrow County OHV Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (County Land)
Location: Spray, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This county park offers about 200 miles of well maintained and marked trails. Trails wind through a variety of terrain that consists of tall grass, large meadows, clay pits, rock crawling areas and forested sections. A motocross track is also available. Amenities include a concession stand, spray wash area, RV hookups and cabin rentals. Helmets are available for rent for about $5 along with a refundable $20 deposit.

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Mountain View MX Park
Primitive Camping      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMountain View MX Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Sandy, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This natural terrain track is open to practice on weekends and on Tuesday from 3pm to 8pm. Certain weekends are designated as "Limited Weekend Practice" for motorycles 125cc and up only. Camping is free except on race weekends. An AMA or MXNW membership is required to race.

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Mt. Fanny OHV Trails
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoMt. Fanny OHV Trails   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: La Grande, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This part of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest offers about 16 miles of narrow trails. This trail system has no designated staging areas and are accessed by the adjacent forest service roads.

Camping can be found at Moss Springs Campground but there is no direct trail access. The trail system can be reached by traveling about 5 miles north of the campground on Forest Service Road 6220. The trails and campground are usually snowed in until mid June so be sure to call the ranger station at (541) 963-7186 before heading out.

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Nicolai Mountain OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoNicolai Mountain OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Clatskanie, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This brand new OHV area recently opened to the public in June 2010. The area offers over 17 miles of trails that are open to quads, UTVs and dirt bikes. The is no fee to ride or camp but there are no other services except for a vault toilet so come prepared. The main staging area is currently under construction and parking is limited.

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Noonday Trail
      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoNoonday Trail   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Cottage Grove, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Originally a wagon road used by early miners during the late 1800's, this historic trail is now mostly a dirt road with a few washouts that follows Champion Creek. The trail starts as a hill climb from Champion Creek Trailhead and then levels off.

The area is scenic and has beautiful views of waterfalls and of the Cascade Mountain Range. The trail is most accessible during the late spring and fall months.

Nearby Fairview Peak Lookout Site has a 53' lookout tower and a furnished cabin available for around $50/night. A gate combination code is required to access the lookout site which is only given out to customers who are renting the tower.

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Oregon Dunes NRA - Florence
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoOregon Dunes NRA - Florence   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Dune  (Nat Recreation)
Location: Florence, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Florence hosts the northern most section of the three main OHV access points of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, and is arguably the most beautiful and least crowded of the three. This section stretches from South Jetti to Siltcoos and boasts not only some of the largest dunes in the ODNRA, but some very unique vegetation and small groups of trees creating small forest areas in the sand.

There are two entrance points to the OHV area, with day use areas and basic services available at the northern entrance, and Driftwood II campground to the south. Day use areas in the north are gated and locked overnight with hosts on site, but some primitive sand camping is permitted in designated areas with a pass. As with all areas of the ODNRA, camping reservations are strongly recommended, and holiday weekends are especially busy. Annual and five day passes are available and can be purchased at the Oregon Dunes NRA Visitor Center. Call (541) 271-6000 for more information.

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Oregon Dunes NRA - Spinreel to Horsefall
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoOregon Dunes NRA - Spinreel to Horsefall   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Dune  (Nat Recreation)
Location: North Bend, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located near North Bend, Oregon, this area is the southern section of the Oregon Dunes NRA and also the largest dune riding area. There are several designated OHV campgrounds that offer direct dune access plus numerous primitive sand camps to choose from (4x4s are strongly recommended).

The area has three access points - Horsefall Beach Road to the south, Hauser Staging Area as the center access point and Spinreel Campground to the north. The dunes are open year-round to riding however the beach is only open to OHV use October 1 through April 30. OHVs are not permitted on the dunes south of Horsefall Beach Road. Annual and five day passes can be purchased at the Oregon Dunes NRA. Call (541) 271-6000 for more information.

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Prairie Peak
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPrairie Peak   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Triangle Lake, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This system of jeep trails and dirt roads that wind their way up to a broadcast tower at the peak make for some easy riding and great scenic views. There are very few actual OHV trails in this area and the roads are not well marked. Hult reservoir, which sits at the base of the mountain, offers primitive camping and day use areas at the water's edge. Hand drawn maps and snacks are available at the very friendly Horton corner market.   More...

Prineville Adventure Park
      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoPrineville Adventure Park   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Prineville, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This new multiuse park has a little of everthing, including miles of hiking trails, a 3D archery range, a BMX track, and a motocross track that is about two miles long, a peewee track plus an ATV track in the works. Also there will be a freestyle section that is being designed by professional freestyle rider and Metal Mulisha member Justin Homan. Park updates are posted on Facebook. Call before you haul.

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Prospect OHV Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoProspect OHV Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest, Nat Recreation)
Location: Prospect, OR
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When it comes to woods riding, this will always be among our top ten favorites. The deer and wildlife that can be seen up close, the beautiful Rogue River, the natural swimming and fishing holes, friendly people and cooler temperatures will make anyone want to shop for real estate in southern Oregon.

This area is huge, and has lots of well maintained trails, each looped, marked, and rated for difficulty, and it's legal to ride on the road to get from trail to trail. Speaking of trails, don't miss this one - 'The Maze'. It's a fast smooth and narrow twisty that winds through the trees near the staging area. With lots of ups and downs and berms in every corner, it's so fun we blasted it twice, and didn't remember to get a single photo.

Nearby Crater Lake boasts water from glacier ice that was melted millions of years ago, and offers some great recreation and sight seeing opportunities. The trail system and play area temporarily closes three days prior to elk hunting season during the third week of October but call before you haul as dates vary.

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Radar Hill OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoRadar Hill OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Burns, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This high desert OHV area has around 22 miles of marked, rated and looped trails. This area is open year-round the best time to visit is during the spring and fall months since the trails can get very dry and dusty. The terrain mainly consists of hardpacked trails that wind through sage brush and scattered juniper trees. Recent improvements include a vault toilet and loading ramps.

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Rock Creek OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
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Status: Temporarily Closed  (closed for fire season)
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Tygh Valley, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located just southeast of Mt. Hood, this brand new OHV area has about 50 miles of marked trails. There are two staging areas and primitive camping is permitted. Post Camp Campground has direct trail access and can accommodate vehicles up to 16 feet. Nearby Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort offers full RV hookups, a boat dock and swimming beach.

The trail system temporarily closes during fire season which is generally around late July through mid September and closes for the season beginning December 1 through March 31 to help protect the deer winter range. Call before you haul.

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Rogue Valley Motocross
      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
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Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Medford, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located right next to the scenic Rogue River, this outdoor motocross track is currently only open during select weekends for races. Camping is permitted during race events for about $10/night. On race days the gates open at 7am and signups begin at 7:30a.m. For current schedule check out the track website.

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Roseland Recreation Site
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoRoseland Recreation Site   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: La Pine, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This local’s favorite offers about 3.5 miles of marked and easy loop trails plus two play areas, one for novices and one for advanced riders. The main staging area offers ample parking room for large RVs and trailers. Primitive camping is permitted however there are no amenities so come prepared. The area is open year-round however the best time to visit is duirng the spring months.

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Sand Lake
Primitive Camping            4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
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Status: Open
Type: Dune  (Nat Recreation)
Location: Tillamook, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This OHV area offers some beautiful coastline dunes with dispersed vegetation and lots of nearby sight seeing. You'll find mostly ATV's and buggies here, and a paddle tire is recommended for bikes.

The four main campgrounds in the area offer hundreds of campsites, many with shade, paved parking, picnic tables, fire rings, flush toilets, and drinking water. Campgrounds are congested with vehicle and ATV traffic night and day and are typically full on summer weekends.

Reservations can be made for Sandbeach Campground by calling (877) 444-6777. Camping at East Dunes and West Winds are on a first come, first serve basis. If you can't get a campsite, you'll need a recreation pass to camp on the beach. Do yourself a favor and hit these dunes mid-week.

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Santiam Pass OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSantiam Pass OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Cascadia, OR
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This area offers miles of ATV and forest service roads to explore that approach several eroded volcanic peaks that are scattered throughout the mixed fir and conifer pine forest. There is a nearby lake with a developed campground and a paved boat ramp. The trails are open to OHV use when the snow is melted, which is usually around mid June through mid November.   More...

Shotgun OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoShotgun OHV Area   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (closed for fire season)
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Marcola, OR
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This large area offers about 24 miles of marked and rated trails. Most of the trails are signed for two-way traffic except for the trails marked as most difficult.

Primitive camping is permitted at the staging areas however the nearby recreation area is day use only but offers picnic tables, two large group shelters, horseshoe pits, volleyball and softball fields plus a swimming area.

The trails are open year-round except during fire season.

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South Valley Resource Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSouth Valley Resource Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM, parts of land are private)
Location: Cottage Grove, OR
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The trails found here are not much of a challenge, and many are dead ends. Most consist of overgrown logging roads, but if you look hard, you can find a real trail or two. This is not a very exciting place for OHV riders, and the only real action going on here is the timber cutting. The forest is thick and green and the peaks provide some decent scenery.   More...

Three Trails OHV System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoThree Trails OHV System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Crescent, OR
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Located in the Deschutes National Forest, this new trail system offers around 63 miles of trails and about 12 miles of single track trails but there are plans to add more. The trails form nice long loops and are marked and rated. Primitive camping is permitted at the staging area.

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Thursday Night MX
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoThursday Night MX   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Portland, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This track is open weekly for evening practice under the lights. Camping is not permitted except during weekend races. Amenities include ample parking, concession stands and spectator bleachers that offer great views of the track. Check website for current schedule.   More...

Trask OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoTrask OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (State Forest)
Location: Tillamook, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

This area offers a few small play areas and a couple of gravel pits, but consists mainly of logging roads with some steep unmarked side trails. The novice terrain in the area would be the forest roads themselves. With just a handful of camping areas (near the fish hatchery), the creek remains largely undisturbed, and the water is clear, but fairly low in the summer. This is a real remote area and can be described as somewhat untamed. Call (503) 815-7024 for trail conditions and closure info.   More...

Umpqua Dunes
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoUmpqua Dunes   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Combo  (National Forest, Nat Recreation)
Location: Winchester Bay, OR
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Located just outside Winchester, this area is in the center of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. The day use area is located upon entering and the camping area is located at the southern section. Camping reservations are required from May 1 through September 30 but group reservations are required year-round.

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Upper Nestucca Motorcycle Trail System
Primitive Camping      Single Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoUpper Nestucca Motorcycle Trail System   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Beaver, OR
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This large trail system has three staging areas. Maps are available at each staging area in a tube on the sign posts. OHVs are permitted on the connecting roadway (Bald Mountain Road) and you can ride from one staging area to another. Most trails are tight and twisty forest trails, and there is a wide range of difficulty, from smooth and flat, to steep and crusty.

The area is not very crowded but there are no developed campsites in OHV area, so no fires are permitted during burn season. The developed campgrounds are 5-10 miles away to the north but don't allow OHV direct trail access. The pictures speak for themselves on this one. Simply put, this is a great place to ride for all skill levels. The Applegate Roughriders are very active in maintaining the trail system.

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Virtue Flat OHV Area
Primitive Camping      Single Track      4x4s PermittedUTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoVirtue Flat OHV Area   Rating
Status: Open
Type: Trail  (BLM)
Location: Baker City, OR
Difficulty: Difficulty     View Details...   View Map...   Print...

Located near Baker City, Oregon, this high desert area offers almost 5,000 acres of OHV trails. The main staging area offers plenty of flat and spacious room and has a kiosk with maps, restrooms and loading ramps.

The terrain mainly consists of a mix of hardpacked and rocky trails, a play area and hill climbs. During the summer months trails can get very dry and dusty so the best time to visit is after a rainfall or during the spring and fall months. Camping is permitted but is primitive so come prepared.

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Winchester Trails
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoWinchester Trails   Rating
Status: Temporarily Closed  (closed for fire season)
Type: Trail  (County Land, Coos County Forest Lands)
Location: Coos Bay, OR
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This trail system was once a real gem but some have told us that it is now somewhat in need of repair. The trails are mostly soft damp single track surrounded by thick vegetation but lack of funding may have caused some of them to deteriorate and you will likely encounter deep ruts, washouts and windfall.

The trails are numbered and most eventually loop back to the main road, however, there may also be some logging paths that cross over the trail multiple times, making it difficult to determine which is the path and which is the trail. Some of the trails are also covered with tree roots that get a little bit slick in the damp, humid climate.

A map of the area may still be posted on the kiosk sign at the trailhead, but no guarantees. These are multi-use trails, so watch for horses, bikers and hikers. If you have recent information about the status of this place be sure to let us know.

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Winom Frazier OHV Complex
Primitive Camping      Single Track      UTVs PermittedATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
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Status: Open
Type: Trail  (National Forest)
Location: Ukiah, OR
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This popular area offers over 140 miles of nicely maintained trails through deep and scenic mixed pine tree forest. The trails are mostly hardpacked with nice berms and moderate elevation changes.

The trail system has four campgrounds that have direct trail access: Frazier Campground (northern area) has eighteen campsites with vault toilets, picnic tables and a day use area, Winom Creek Campground and Big Creek Meadows Campground (southern area) has seven campsites with vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables, and Umapine Campground (south-eastern area) has five campsites and three group sites.

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Eugene MX
Primitive Camping      MX Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoEugene MX   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Junction City, OR
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Also known as Territorial MX, this natural terrain track is located on a hillside and is 1.5 miles long. One of the unique features of this park is that it often stays open during rainy periods, and it can get very muddy (no refunds). A Grand Prix course is also available, which utilizes the main track along with some side trails. Camping is permitted. See the website for practice/race schedule.

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HindsightMX Indoor Motocross
      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoHindsightMX Indoor Motocross   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: North Plains, OR
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The only one of its kind in the state of Oregon, this indoor motocross facility offers five tracks to choose from along with training classes, concession stands, parts and accessories, a repair shop, big screen TVs plus a game room. Building is open daily.   More...

Low Pass
      Single Track      Motorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoLow Pass   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Trail  (BLM, County Land, Landfill)
Location: Eugene, OR
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These trails consist of a landfill and the surrounding land, with some trails that go along Hwy 36, and back into the woods. These trails are not marked, and only lightly maintained, but they are fast, smooth and a lot of fun. There are a couple mud holes, and some rutted sections, and some steeper climbs, and a lot of quick up and down single track through the trees. The front gate is always closed, but it is only locked at night. The best place to stage, however, is in the parking lot outside the gate.   More...

Salem Arenacross
Primitive Camping      MX Track      ATVs PermittedMotorcycles Permitted
Trail PhotoSalem Arenacross   Rating
Status: Closed
Type: Track  (Privately Owned / Commercial)
Location: Salem, OR
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Operated by the same crew who own Albany Motorsports Park, this indoor track is open for practice between October and February and is located at the Salem Fairgrounds. Practice fees run about $25/rider. Camping is permitted during race weekends and is around $10/night. A concession stand is also available during race weekends. Call before you haul.

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Trail Closures

Blue Ridge Trails

There are active logging operations throughout the Blue Ridge Trail System. Portions or all of the trails may be closed during active logging. For more information call the BLM at (541) 756-0100

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