Camp Gruber ATV Park
The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Oklahoma.
Sunday 17 July 2016 04:18 GMT
North of Muskogee and Braggs, the Gruber Recreation Area has 450 acres open to ATV riding. This is an old quarry site with rocks and wooded trails on the banks of the Arkansas River.
To reach Camp Gruber ORV Park from Oklahoma City, follow US40 to Exit #287 (Gore/Webbers Falls), follow Hwy 100 to Hwy 10, follow Hwy 10 to park (Approx 16 miles).
To reach Camp Gruber ORV Park from Tulsa, follow the Muskogee Turnpike E towards Muskogee/Ft. Smith, Merge onto OK-165 S (3.1 mi). Merge onto US-62 E toward Ft. Gibson/Tahlequah (2.7 miles). Turn Right onto Hwy 10 and follow Hwy 10 to park (Approx 8 miles).
To reach the trailhead from Muskogee, head east on US62 to SR10. Turn right heading south on SR10 for 8 miles. Camp Gruber is on the right or west side of the road.
To reach the trailhead from Braggs, head north on SR10 for 3 miles. Camp Gruber is on the left or west side of the road.
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.
Note: As of June 2010, there is no official map for this riding area.
Overall, Camp Gruber ATV Park is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 19 ATV trails in Oklahoma. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Camp Gruber ATV Park including Appalachia Bay ORV Area and Lake Eufaula.