Welcome back to another set of off-road riding places! This article we will talk about the best places we found in the state of Oregon.
1. Blue Mountain OHV Trails
In north east Oregon is Blue Mountain OHV in Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. With 50 miles of trails on soft dirt and clay this is good for intermediate riders. The trails can be narrow so there is a 50” width limit. There are three campgrounds in the area if you want to stay for the whole weekend. Click Here For More Info
2. Browns Camp
30 miles west of Hillsboro and on the eastern edge of Tillamook State Forest is Browns Camp OHV . There are trails for every level of quad riders from beginner to advanced. There are over 250 miles of trails that are marked and rated. Click Here For More Info
3. Hood River County
Hood River County is named for the tributary off of the Columbia River that provides the borders for Washington and Oregon. There are over 300 miles of tracks from multiple staging areas. There is something for everyone in Hood County. Click Here For More Info
4. Oregon Dunes Florence
Nestled between Route 101 and the Pacific Ocean is Oregon Dunes Of the Dunes Florence is the northernmost part. Florence has some of the largest dunes to ride with some boasting to be up to 500 feet tall. Alongside the dunes are pockets of forest to ride through or you ride along the pacific ocean. Click Here For More Info
5. Oregon Dunes Spinreel and Horsfall
The southernmost section of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is Spinreel and Horsfall. This is the biggest area with more dunes and steep sand that can be a challenge for any rider. Click Here For More Info
6. Prospect OHV
Prospect OHV consists of 250 miles of trails in central Oregon just miles from Crater Lake National Park. With marked trails the ride through the beautiful wilderness of the forests along the Rogue River. This is the favorite of many riders.It is a simple trail that can be used by rivers of any skill level. Click Here For More Info
7. Mt Baber ATV Trails
Mt Baber sits just 25 miles inland from the coastal city of Newport.They are family friendly and have several poker runs throughout the year. Mt Baber has 32 miles of trails that run through state owned land and timber companies.These trails are beginner friendly.
8. Shotgun Creek
A short 30 minute drive from Eugene and Springfield is Shotgun Creek. 34 miles of marked and rated trails lead through 8,300 acres of forests. There's a dedicated space for beginners at Cascade View OHV Complex's dedicated training site and trail loop.
9. Three Trails
Three Trails has 60 miles of trail that leads through Deschute National Forest. The trails range in difficulty from easy to moderate difficulty. Compact dirt is the makeup of most trails, but there is a gravel pit to play in too. Click Here For More Info
10. Millican Valley OHV
Outside Bend Oregon is Millican Valley OHV trails. This is split into three sections north, south and plateau. There is also a gravel pit and easy rated loop that is open year round. Each section has its own look and feel to it making this the perfect place to spend a weekend. Click Here For More Info
For most of these trails we recommend the DRR EV Adventure. With a 50 mile battery and top speeds of up to 40 mph it will take you through the forests and dunes of Oregon's best ATV trails. You can explore the beauty of Oregon without disturbing it!