Appalachia Bay ORV Area For ATV Riding

The 7th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Oklahoma.

  Tulsa, Oklahoma, US


  July 23, 2016

West of Tulsa around Keystone Lake, the Appalachia Bay ORV Area has sandy trails open to ATV riding over 600 acres. The trails range from beach to forest.

The trailhead is located at 23115 W. Wekiwa Road in Sand Springs.

To reach the trailhead from Tulsa, head west on US412 past Sand Springs. Just across bridge exit at Appalachia Bay/Washington Irving. Turn right then right again to cross over highway. Turn left and follow road to recreation area. The gate to the ORV area is just past the entrance on your left.

The terrain is sandy and ranges from open beaches to wooded trails. Moderate elevation changes keep the wooded areas interesting and a large circuit of sandy trails meander through briars taller then an elephants eye.

Registration of OHVs (ATVs) is not required in Oklahoma, and there is no minimum age for riding such. Muffler and spark arrestors are required on State and Federal land and the OHV must be equipped with headlights for night riding. On-road use is prohibited with certain exceptions, notably riding on unpaved National Forest system roads.

Overall, Appalachia Bay ORV Area is the 7th most popular ATV riding trail of all 19 ATV trails in Oklahoma. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Appalachia Bay ORV Area including Camp Gruber ATV Park and Lake Eufaula.

Local Contacts:  Keystone Lake (918) 865-2621; Local Tourism (918) 585-1201.

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Onsite Camping

GPS:  36.18719, -96.29018

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  7/23/2016

ID:  15535

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