OHVs and WATVs - Go For a Ride

Washington Hometown is working to improve our mapping of trails open to motorized uses and also to add in the county roads open to WATVs to our recreation maps. We have currently incorporated roads open to WATVs in 11 counties to our data set, and will be adding WATV accessible roads in the 13 remaining counties that we know have WATV ordinances, as well as any city roads that have been opened to WATVs.

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Jennifer Hackett
Discover Something New

Washington Hometown was created to help people navigate our amazing state. Over the last 10 years, I have gathered information about more than 15,000 recreation opportunities from National Parks to Pocket Parks, trailheads, campgrounds, wineries and museums. I collect information about each place (does it allow dogs, what pass is required, what sports are allowed) so I can use the data to create maps and apps tailored to specific interests.

Check out our web maps, let us know what you would like to see on the new apps, and discover your next adventure.

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Jennifer Hackett