Spinreel To Horsfall For ATV Riding

The 26th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Oregon.

  Oregon Dunes, Oregon, US


  July 9, 2016

North of Coos Bay and south of Winchester Bay, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area has the regions most popular ATV riding areas with 900 acres of sand dunes along the Oregon coast. The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Areaa consists of 3 riding/staging areas: South Jetty To Siltcoos, Winchester Bay / Umpqua Dunes, and Spinreel (Tenmile Creek) To Horsfall.

The Spinreel To Horsfall riding area is known for its adventure-filled designated sand roads.

The trailhead is located 17 miles southwest of Tillamook and 6 miles north of Pacific City.

Note: An Oregon State OHV sticker, a permit, a flag and a muffler (max 93db) are required. During these high-volume times, the number of available permits is limited to 1,200 to prevent overuse. Purchase your permit in advance from the ranger station.

Overall, Spinreel To Horsfall is the 26th most popular ATV riding trail of all 44 ATV trails in Oregon. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Spinreel To Horsfall including South Jetty To Siltcoos and Winchester Bay / Umpqua Dunes.

Local Contacts:  Oregon Dunes (541) 271-3611; Local Tourism (541) 997-3128; Oregon Tourism (800) 547-7842; Steves ATV Rental Hauser; Mrytlewood ATV Rental, Hauser.

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Driftwood II Campground

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

GPS:  43.4426, -124.2468

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  7/9/2016

ID:  16831

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