Cedars OHV Trail System For ATV Riding

The 28th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Idaho.

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Northeast of Pierce in the Clearwater National Forest, the Cedars OHV Trail System is a 28 mile route open to OHV users including ATVs. There are scenic views of the North Fork Clearwater River.

The trailhead is located at the Cedars Campground. To reach the campground from Pierce, go east on French Mountain Road for 11.5 miles. Go left on

FR 250 (still French Mountain Road) and travel 21.5 miles. Turn right at an intersection, staying on FR 250 and go 32 miles. The road will turn into Moose Creek Road. Veer left staying on Moose Creek Road and go 15 miles to the Cedars Campground.

Note: ATV riding on Forest Service roads is permitted only on designated routes that are marked. Also, all ATVs must have a valid ATV registration.

Overall, Cedars OHV Trail System is the 28th most popular ATV riding trail of all 55 ATV trails in Idaho. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Cedars OHV Trail System including Camp Moosehorn OHV Route, Musselshell OHV Area, Scurvy Lookout OHV Route, Clarke Mountain OHV Trail System and Old Sampson Trail OHV Route.


Local Contact(s):  CNF (208) 926-4274; Idaho Tourism (800) 635-7820.

Base Camp:  NFS Cedars Campground

Reference Source:  click here https://www.fs.usda.gov/nezperceclearwater/

Article Source:   Best Cedars OHV Trail System ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=17422

GPS:  46.8684, -115.0754

Date Published:  1/5/2016

Date Updated:  3/28/2018

ID:  17422

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