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RiderPlanet USA® is a comprehensive directory of the best and most popular ATV trails, dirt bike trails, scenic OHV and UTV routes and motocross tracks in the United States. We are dedicated to helping you find great places to ride your ATV or dirt bike where people will welcome you and your vehicle.
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Gila Monster UTV FestHosted by UTV Offroad Adventures!
AZOP Racing P Mountain Grand Prix And Hare ScramblePart of the 2021 AZOP Rowley White RV Series!
Camp Bouse UTV FestPresented by Nash Powersports, Demers Glass and Country Financial!
AZOP 2020 Final Points Race: Globe Grand PrixFinal Round of the 2020 AZOP Rowley White RV Series!
AZOP Racing Blythe Grand Prix IIPart of the 2021 AZOP Rowley White RV Series!
Saguaro UTV FestHosted by UTV Offroad Adventures!
AZOP Racing 2021 Opening Round: Blythe Grand Prix2021 AZOP Season Begins at Shorty's Sports Park!
2021 Peppersauce UTV Fun RunHosted by UTV Offroad Adventures!
AZOP Havasu Havik Grand PrixPart of the 2021 AZOP Racing Rowley White RV Series!
Canyon Christmas Grand Prix And Team Race 2020AZOP closes 2020 season at Canyon Motorsports Park!
A popular spot for the locals, this large public area is open year-round and features scattered makeshift motocross tracks and miles of ATV trails that wind through rugged and rocky hills and valleys. Vegetation is sparse but there are some scattered juniper, pinion pine trees and sage brush.
The terrain is described as mostly rugged and hard packed dirt trails with loose chunk rock and light to moderate elevation changes. During and after wet weather the area can get very slippery and muddy. Overall this is a good place for experienced riders during late spring and early fall months. Summers are hot and dry, making the trails very dusty.
Camping is permitted and there is plenty of flat parking to accommodate large trailers. Five new vault toilets have been put in but there is no shade or water, so bring your own supplies.