This is the perfect state to do trail riding! Oregon is well known for its beautiful, lush forests and rocky coastline. What more could you ask for while out on a riding adventure!
1. Morrow-Grant County Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park
This park offers trails for Class I, II, III, and IV vehicles are available, with varying degrees of difficulty depending on the trail. While one route may receive rain, resulting in mud and dampness, another may remain dry and powdery. A mud pit is open on a regular basis in addition to the trails, but call or check the website beforehand to ensure it is open. Restrooms/showers, a BBQ, a fishing pond, a playground, a day use area, hiking paths, campsites, water, and other amenities are available. For more info, click here.
2. Prospect OHV Trail System
This Oregon trail system is well-known for its fantastic woodland riding. The trails are stunning and an amazing must-see with over 200 miles of trails throughout the system with tons of interesting topography, including loose dirt, muck, dust, boulders, trees, and more. The trails are ideal for beginners and aren't very demanding, although they shouldn't be attempted by inexperienced riders. Make a point of stopping at "The Maze," which is described as "a fast, smooth, and narrow twisty trail that twists through the trees near the staging sites. Click here for more info.
3. Shotgun Creek OHV Trail System
There are approximately 34 miles of defined and certified multi-use trails in the Shotgun OHV Area. Except for the most challenging trails, most of the paths are marked for two-way traffic. There are two staging stations in the trail system, each with adequate parking and vault toilets. Click here for more info.