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Rampart Range

Monday, August 20, 2018

Alt Names

Bar Motorized Trail, Trail #673, Pike National Forest, Bear Creek, Sprucewood, Flat Rocks Campground, Indian Creek, Devils Head, Turtle Mountain, Dakan Mountain, South Platte Ranger District, Bear Creek Motorized Trail

Last Known StatusOpen

This locals favorite has about 100 miles of ATV and motorcycle trails. There are multiple staging areas and a couple developed campgrounds to choose from.

The most popular campground is Flat Rocks which provides not only direct trail access but also connects to the Bar Motorized trail, a very popular trail that leads directly to the Sprucewood Inn, an OHV friendly restaurant and bar.

The developed campgrounds are first come, first serve however dispersed camping is permitted throughout the forest.

The trails are open year-round except during spring thaw. During the winter months the only accessible staging area is located at the northern entrance of Highway 67 and Rampart Range Road.

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Nearest CitySedalia, CO
AddressRampart Range Road, Sedalia, CO 80135
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From: Sedalia, CO
1) Take Hwy 67 south about 10 miles
2) At intersection turn left on Rampart Range Road
3) Proceed about 4.7 miles toward Flat Rocks Campground
4) Stage here.

TYPE OF AREA

AreaTrail
LandNational Forest

RATINGS

Prosscenic views, moderate difficulty
Constrail is seasonal
Our RatingRatingGood
Recommended Stay1-2 Days
Summer
Comments(Scroll Down For Visitor Reviews & Comments)

TERRAIN

Approx Size1,280 acres (2 sq mi)
Miles Of Trail100
Climate TypeForest
Elevation7100 to 8100 ft.
Trail MaintenanceMarked, Rated, Lightly Maintained
Loose DirtThis trail has some loose dirt.Some
Hard PackThe trail has some hard pack terrain.Some
SandThis trail has no sandy areas.None
MudThe trail has little mud after it rains.Little
DustThe trail has little dust on typical days.Little
RocksThis trail has some rocks.Some
TreesThe trail has almost all trees.All
Steep HillsThis trail has some steep hills.Some
BermsThe trail has few berms.Few
Sand/Gravel PitsThis national forest has no sand or gravel pits.None
RoadsThis national forest has few roads.Few
IntersectionsThis trail has some intersections.Some
Rider TrafficThe national forest has some rider traffic on typical days.Some
ShadeThis national forest has almost all shaded areas.All
Ranges/GunfireThis national forest has no shooting ranges or gunfire.None
HazardsThis trail has few hazards.Few(hazards assumed marked but use caution)
Easy Terrain NoviceThis trail has some beginner terrain.Some
Moderate Terrain AmateurThis trail has mostly intermediate level terrain.Mostly
Difficult Terrain ExpertThis trail has little expert terrain.Little

REGULATIONS

Permit RequiredYesColorado OHV Sticker
Dates OpenOpen daily except during spring thaw.
Spark ArrestorYesA spark arresting silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.
Noise LimitYes (96 dB)(1998/older limit 99 dB, 1998/newer limit 96 dB)
Whip FlagsNot Required
Maximum Vehicle WidthYes (50 inches)has entrance gate and narrow terrain
Allow Dirt Bikes, Trail Bikes and Motorcycles MotorcyclesPermitted
Allow All Terrain Vehicles / Quads / Four Wheelers ATVsPermitted(maximum width 50 inches)
Allow Utility Terrain Vehicles, Side by Sides (SXS), RZR UTVs / SXSPermitted(maximum width 50 inches)
Allow 4x4 Jeeps, SUVs and 4 x 4 Trucks with License Plates 4x4s / Jeeps (registered)Prohibited
Dune Buggy/Sand Rail
4x4 (unregistered)
Prohibited
Two Strokes /
2 Cycle Engines
No Restriction
Helmets RequiredYes
BicyclesNo Restriction
HikingNo Restriction
HorsebackNo RestrictionNot Recommended
Camping / Overnight RV Parking CampingSome Areas(camp in developed sites only)
Campfire Restrictions CampfiresSome Areas(permitted in developed campsites only)
Night RidingUnknown
Cross CountryProhibitedstay on the trail
AlcoholNo Restriction
FireworksProhibited
FirearmsProhibitedrecreational shooting is prohibited
Emergency / Law Enforcement
Insurance*Disclaimer: RiderPlanet recommends that all riders obtain motorcycle insurance or ATV / UTV insurance before visiting any of the locations depicted.

FEES & PASSES

ParkingYes ($7.00)
Day use fee at Flat Rocks Campground
Entry(None)
Riding(None)
CampingYes
Tent: $22.00
RV: $22.00
Addtl. Vehicle: $6.00
Flat Rocks Campground Fees

KEY SERVICES

First Aid First Aid5-20 Miles (NE)Skyridge Medical Center (720) 225-1000
Gasoline Gasoline5-20 Miles (NE)Sedalia
Diesel Diesel5-20 Miles (NE)Castle Rock
Potable Water Water5-20 Miles (NE)Sedalia
RV Hookups RV Hookup20-30 Miles (S)Diamond Campground & RV Park (719) 687-9684
RV Dump Station RV Disposal20-30 Miles (S)Diamond Campground & RV Park (719) 687-9684
Primitive Camping CampgroundOn Site Flat Rock Campground
Convenience Store Conv Store5-20 Miles (NE)Bugling Bull Trading Post (303) 688-9701
Swimming Swim Area5-20 Miles (N)Chatfield State Park (303) 791-7275
Body of Water Water Body1-5 Miles (NW)Bear Creek
Boating Launch Boat Ramp5-20 Miles (N)Chatfield Marina (303) 791-5555

OFFICIAL CONTACTS

Contact InfoPike National Forest - South Platte Ranger District
19316 Goddard Ranch Court
Morrison, CO 80465
(303) 275-5610
mailroom_r2_pike_san_isabel@fs.fed.us
www.fs.usda.gov
Contact InfoRampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee
P.O. Box 3511
Englewood, CO 80155
info@rampartrange.org
www.rampartrange.org
Contact InfoColorado State Parks - Registration Unit
13787 South Highway 85
Littleton, CO 80125
(303) 791-1920
dnr.ivrsparks@state.co.us
cpw.state.co.us
CommentColorado OHV Registration Info

RECENT COMMENTS & REVIEWS

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Rampart Range Trail

A good example of what to expect here - mostly smooth, fast and twisty trails. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Photo taken from small hill showing ATV trail winding through the forest.

The trails are mostly smooth and wide enough for ATVs. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Forest Service signage for campground.

This is the main entrance for Flat Rocks Campground, which has 19 sites that can accommodate RV up to 30 feet long. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

A smooth section of trail for ATVs, UTVs and motorcycles.

Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

A scenic section of the ATV trail winding through pine trees and grassy meadows.

Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

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Rampart Range Trail Photo

Photo of vault toilets and garbage receptacles.

Most of the staging areas have vault toilets. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

A wooded section of trail for ATVs, UTVs and motorcycles.

Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

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Rampart Range Trail Photo

View of staging area with flat parking and a vault toilet.

A view of one of the staging areas. This one has plenty of flat, level parking and a vault toilet. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Toy hauler attached to full sized pickup truck parked in primitive campsite.

Another view of a primitive campsite. Sites are nice and flat and surrounded by tall pine trees. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Close up photo of loading ramp.

Some of the staging areas have loading ramps. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

Rampart Range Trail Photo

Close up photo of campsite with two RVs, an E-Z Up tent and a pickup truck.

Another view of Flat Rocks Campground. There are no electric hookups but there are several water spigots and some garbage cans provided. Photo Submitted 7/14/2013 (Thanks!)

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