Home Tank Draw Trail For ATV Riding

The 17th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Arizona.

  Flagstaff, Arizona, US


  August 19, 2016

In the Coconino National Forest, the Home Tank Draw Trail is a 14 mile route open to ATV riding. This is a rocky, difficult ATV trail and should not be attempted when wet. The Home Tank Draw Trail connects with the Cedar Flat Trail to form a loop.

To reach the ATV trailhead for the Home Tank Draw Trail from McGuireville, head north on US17 for 12.8 miles. Take Exit #306 onto County Road 462 (Stoneman Lake Road). Proceed 6.3 miles and turn right onto a rural road. Continue straight on this road for 4.8 miles, avoiding spur roads. At 4.8 miles take the right fork and travel 0.2 miles to the trailhead of the Home Tank Draw Trail.

Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is permitted on any Forest Service road that has a vertical number sign. On Forest Service roads with horizontal number signs, the ATV must have valid license plates.

Overall, Home Tank Draw Trail is the 17th most popular ATV riding trail of all 42 ATV trails in Arizona.

Local Contacts:  CNF (928) 527-3600; Arizona Tourisim (866) 275-5816; Flagstaff Motorsports ATV Rentals (928) 773-7930

Best Season:  Mar. - Nov.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Crescent Moon Cabin (928) 443-8280

Luxury Loding:  L Auberge de Sedona (928) 282-1661; Enchantment (928) 282-2900

Breakfast Restaurant:  The Coffee Pot; Hitchin' Post

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/coconino/

GPS:  34.7127, -111.5189

Date Published:  12/26/2015

Date Updated:  8/19/2016

ID:  15516

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