Oregon ATV Trails & Tracks - Maps and Directions For ATV Riding
More than 8,000 acres of sand dunes with easy to difficult riding opportunities.
Two trails are available for offroading. The 4 mile Noonday Wagon Road #1405 and the Knott Trail #1417 is 3.9 miles.
Eight miles of Class I and Class III trails. No other facilities.
There are 318 miles of easy to difficult trails. Choose from four staging areas.
There are 25 miles of difficult trails. Free dispersed camping on site.
Directions and details to riders' favorite spots including: Coos Bay dunes, Big Lake trails, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Christams Valley sand dunes, Winchester Bay, Spinreel Park, and Sand Lake Recreation Area.
There are 18 miles of trails from easy to difficult. Free dispersed camping on site.
Approximately 91,136 acres open to Class I and III ATVs.
There are 33 miles of trails for Class I and III ATVs here.
Over 14,000 acres of trails with varying degrees of difficulty. For Class I, II and III vehicles.
Over 20 acres of riding areas for Class I, II, and III ATVs.
There are 50 miles of motorcycle and ATV trails in rolling forested terrain.
There are 24 miles outside of the wilderness that are open to motorized travel within the Pomeroy Ranger District. The Meadow Creek Trail is maintained for foot, horse, ATVs, and mountain bike user groups. The trail follows along Meadow Creek for 3 miles before it climbs in elevation along old logging roads to the Godman area. The section from the bridge to Godman is very difficult for ATV travel.
There are 256 miles of easy to difficult trails here: 3 staging areas and 1 play area at North Millican. 3 staging areas at South Millican. 1 staging area and 1 play area at Millican Plateau. 1 play area at the ODOT pit. Free dispersed campng on site.
The park has over 6200 acres in South Morrow County and is adjacent to Highway 207, which is also known as the Spray Highway.
There are 100 miles of Class I, II and III ATV trails here.
Many trails and roads are available for Class I and III ATVs here.
You'll find 15 miles of Class I and III trails here. No other facilities.
Forty-plus miles of the central Oregon coast, stretching from Florence south to Coos Bay, are home to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
Six trails totalling 26 miles for Class I and Class III ATVs ranging from easy to difficult.
Many trails and roads are available for Class I, II and III ATVs. Woodruff Play Area is ideal for novice riders.
Riders of all levels of experience will find challenges on the sand dunes north of Sand Lake Estuary.
Checkerboard ownership here. Be sure to respect private property. Get map from Eugene District Office. Shared-use road segments shown on map are the only paved roads open to unlicensed (non-street legal) vehicles. All other paved roads in the Shotgun trail system are CLOSED to non-street legal vehicles.
Over 37,000 acres open to Class I and III ATVs. Although no formal ATV routes are designated, the terrain allows for some off-road travel and there are numerous unused or low standard roads.
located in the Coast Range Mountains of northwest Oregon, offers some of the best Off-Highway Vehicle trails in the Pacific Northwest. Most of the use occurs south of Highway 6 between Portland and Tillamook. The four main areas to enjoy OHV trails are Browns Camp, Jordan Creek, Trask, and Diamond Mill.
Over 100 miles of trails and 3 staging areas.
Over 5,000 acres of trails with varying degrees of difficulty through rolling hills and sagebrush.
The Middle Point Ridge Trail #3116 and the Wildcat/Cavalier Trail #3245 on the north end of the Walla Walla Ranger District were constructed with motorcycles and ATVs in mind. The lower trailhead is located approximately one-half mile inside the Forest boundary across the North Touchet River. Trail #3240 (Touchet/Middle Tie) and #3243 (Touchet Corral) can be accessed from Forest Service Road 46.
Over 91,000 acres open to Class I and III ATVs with all degrees of difficulty represented.
This OHV Complex is part of the motorized travel management plans of the North Fork John Day Ranger District, Umatilla National Forest and the La Grande Ranger District, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. More than 140 miles of challenging trails, as well as access to scenic views, fishing, hunting, and other recreation activities within the Complex.