Find places to ride, share your favorite places, or show the OHV community that your business supports them.

The OHV web map has information on trails that are open to motorcycles/trail bikes, ATVs, 4x4s and selected county roads open to WATVs. The map also shows trail access, places with motorized trails (if the trailhead isn’t mapped separately), private campgrounds, OHV dealers and rental shops and other businesses that pay for placement, and public campgrounds that are either identified as having OHV access or are within 1/4 mile of an OHV trail.

Use the legend to highlight trails open to ATVs or to Jeeps.



You can help us make these maps better. Tell us what you want to see and what we are missing. Do you have a picture of a trail, a place you would like to see added, a link to an article? We want to help communities share information on the places that they love. We will be launching our second generation of web maps and apps later this year, before we do we want to make sure that we understand what you want to see when you hit the trail.

We are currently adding in more WATV accessible roads, adding new trails, and adding information about the uses of trails so we know which trail belongs on the map.

Mobile app

We will be redesigning our web maps and launching apps for Apple and Android that allow you to filter the information and use the apps off line. Sign up for our mailing list if you are interested. Apps will be released as soon as we get 1,000 people on the mailing list and 100 businesses signed up to be on the maps.

Sign up for our mailing list if you want to get hints on places to explore or get the latest news on the projects or add your business to our maps and apps.