Danskin Trail System - Case Creek For ATV Riding
The 25th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Idaho.
Thursday 14 July 2016 05:26 GMT
East of Boise and north of Mayfield in the Boise National Forest, the 60,000 acre Danskin Mountains OHV Area has more than 150 miles of routes open to ATV riding. The trail system consists of six major trails spread over a mountainous high-desert setting. The trails range from easy to most-difficult. Each trail is clearly signed for the type of motorized usage allowed. The trail system is open to non-motorized users, so keep an eye out for hiker, mountain bikers and equestrians. Due to heat, there are few riders during July and August.
The Case Creek Trailhead is located in the southeast quadrant of this riding area. It is 21 miles north of Mountain Home.
Note: On the trail map, the Yellow is ATV/OHM and the salmon color is OHM.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding on Forest Service roads is permitted only on designated roads. All ATVs must have a valid ATV registration. In addition, there is an extensive list of regulations that also must be met. Make sure to call the Boise National Forest HQ prior for a complete list (208) 373-4039.
Overall, Danskin Trail System - Case Creek is the 25th most popular ATV riding trail of all 55 ATV trails in Idaho. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Danskin Trail System - Case Creek including Idaho Cenntenial Trail, Danskin Mountains OHV Area, Bear Wallow Trail, Kirkham Ridge Trail, Wilson Flat ATV Trail System and Upper 8th Street Trails.