Blue Mountains OHV Trail
Description: The Blue Mountains OHV Trail is
approximately 60 miles long and 50 inches wide. It is
designed for riding Class I and III all-terrain vehicles
(which are three- and four-wheeler ATV's and motorcycles).
Equestrians, hikers and mountain bikers may also share the
The route crosses sagebrush covered landscape, rough rocky
fields, dense and open conifer forests, hidden meadows, and
rustic bridges over wild creeks providing a primitive back
country riding experience. The topography varies from gentle
to steep rocky slopes that provide a variety of challenges
to the rider.
Breshears OHV Trails
Description: Breshears is a small, family system of
motorized trails offering approximately 20 miles of
easy-moderate difficulty ATV trails in a mountainous
forested setting. The trails are commonly used by
motorcyclists and mountain bicyclers as well. Approximately
40% are single track trails and 60% are very low-standard
roads. The trails go through some outstanding back-country
where breathtaking views of the Grande Ronde Valley and
Eagle Cap Wilderness can be enjoyed. The high elevation
makes Memorial Day to Labor Day the usual riding season.
Huckleberry picking is also popular in this area. The City
of La Grande is nearby. Moss Springs Campground lies to the
south. The Eagle Cap Wilderness borders Breshears trail
system to the east.
Directions - The Breshears OHV Trails are located
approximately 28 miles from LaGrande, Oregon. From LaGrande
travel south on I-84 to the State Highway 203 towards Union,
Oregon. There are no designated Trailheads but, access is
available from junctions off Forest 500 and 6220 roads.
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Winom-Frazier OHV Complex
Description: There are approximately 140 miles of trails
with many loop rides. They are designed for riding Class I
and III all-terrain vehicles (which are three- and
four-wheeler ATV's and motorcycles). Hikers, mountain bikers
and equestrians may also share the trail.
These trails offer challenges as well as access to scenic
views, fishing, hunting, and other recreational activities
with in the Complex.. Topography includes gentle to steep
side slopes and some tablelands. The area is forested with
western larch and varieties of fir and pine.
Caution: All the trails in the complex are two-way
traffic and shared by other users. Many trails are tight and
narrow and are maintained in a manner to provide a primitive
trail experience. There are numerous blind corners. Beware:
hikers, other riders, horses or mountain bikes could be at
any turn. Rocks and logs will be slippery when wet. Riding
fast is hazardous and not recommended.
Some of the Complex borders portions of the North Fort John
Day Wilderness. Motorized or mechanical travel is prohibited
in Wilderness. Travel on private land is allowed only with
The Winom-Frazier Complex is remote so be prepared. Know the
limitations of yourself and your vehicle, carry appropriate
safety gear, always ride with a buddy and carry a first aid
kit, extra clothing and emergency food.
Directions - Winom Creek Campground, Frazier
Campground, and Forest Road 51 at junction with Forest Road
Albany Motorsports Park
33648 Berry Drive
Albany, OR 97321
Welcome to Albany Motorsports Park. We strive to make this
the best all-around track in the Northwest. The track itself
changes from week to week, varying in length from 3/4 mile
to around one mile. The track is a very nice loam that is
almost entirely rock and dust free, with some sand mixed in.
There are small doubles, big doubles, triples, tables,
straights and sweepers, and everything in between.
Additionally, we have port-a-pottys scattered throughout the
site, as well as clean bathrooms (with showers). Linda's
Snack Shack has excellent food at good prices, and we even
have a pool for warm weather. If you are looking for a fun,
family-oriented track, this is it. If you're looking for a
challenging, professional motocross track, this is it. If
you're a new rider and looking for somewhere to get your
feet wet, this is it!
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View MX Park
38960 SE Rude Road
Sandy, Oregon 97055
Mountain View MX Park utilizes the natural terrain of the
Pacific Northwest. Situated on a scenic 15 acres, amongst
the tall timber and lush green foliage, there are many
challenging jumps, turns and more. Concession stands are
open except for "Limited Practices". There are no drugs or
alcohol permitted at the park making this an environment
that the whole family can enjoy!
Our park is a member of MotoCross NorthWest and is open from
the first of April through to the end of October (weather
Prineville Adventure Park
The primary MX track is a scenic, full scale outdoor AMA
standard track, approximately 1.8 miles in length. Heats are
limited to no more than 40 riders, with a maximum of 80
riders per day. Advance reservations are recommended to hold
All motorized bikes must be sound tested to OAR standards
prior to riding our track. Sound testing will be conducted
on site and you will be notified of the procedure when you
arrive. This was a Crook County Planning requirement, so if
you have objections, please notify us by email and we will
keep you on a list to object in future public hearings.
Directions - From downtown Prineville head east.... turn
south (right) on Combs Flat Road. Approximately 1 mile on
Combs Flat, turn south (right) on Juniper Canyon Road,
following signs to the Prineville Reservoir. Turn left at
the tacky orange mailbox (not ours).... & the western kiosk
(yes, that's ours)... about 10 miles out of town and one
mile past the fire station.
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
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Crane Mountain National Recreation Trail
The Crane Mountain National Recreation Trail, located east
of Lakeview, Oregon, is 36 miles in length. It connects into
the Fremont National Recreation Trail at the South Fork
Crooked Creek Trailhead. The Crane Mountain Trail offers
many scenic vistas and diverse environments as it traverses
the slopes and summit of rugged Crane Mountain, the highest
point in Lake County at 8,357 feet above sea level. The
trail is open to hikers, pack stock, and mountain bikes for
its whole length and motorized use is permitted on the 8
mile segment from Crane Mtn. peak to the Oregon/California
state line. It is from moderate to most difficult with
steep grades and rugged terrain. Note: The higher elevations
of this trail are usually not snow free until July.
Directions - To the Crane Mountain Trailhead: Go 2½
miles north on Highway 395, and turn right on Highway 140.
Take Highway 140 east for 8 miles, then turn right on Forest
Road 3615. Go ½ mile and turn right on old highway 140.
Continue west for 1.4 miles then turn left onto Forest Road
3915. Go on Forest Road 3915 for 9 miles and turn right on
Forest Road 4011. Go on Forest Road 4011 for 2½ miles. Turn
left onto the 012 road and go for about ¼ mile to the
parking area. The 4011 road, past the turn off to the
trailhead, goes to the top of Crane Mountain. If you choose
to drive to the top of Crane Mt., the road is very rough and
steep, a 4x4 vehicle is recommended.
Jacksonville City Forest and Recreational
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