Featured ATV TRAILS
Southeast of Oklahoma City, the Crosstimbers Riding Area (aka Draper Lake ORV Area) has miles of sandy trails winding through forest and around the lake. A permit is required for all riders and passengers. Permits are available at the Lake Draper Marina.
Northwest of Oklahoma City and south of Waynoka, the 1500 acre Little Sahara State Park has amazing sand dunes for ATV riding. This is the largest dune riding area in the state. To the west and northwest are the largest dunes, offering fantastic views, especially of sunsets with the Glass Mountains in the distance.
North of Broken Bow in southeastern Oklahoma, the Broken Bow Trail System has over 100 miles of trails and roads on the Weyerhaeuser Company property. The trails vary from mountains to muddy bottomlands.
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.
South of Ardmore in Lake Murray State Park, the Pear Orchard Motorcycle Use Area has 10 miles of trails over 1,000 acres open to ATV riding. The marked trails traverse the forest, prairie and sandy, rolling hills.
Northwest of McAlester near Scipio, the Scipio Off-Road Riding Park has 25 miles of ATV trails over 1,720 acres. There is plenty of sand, rocks and dense forest. The maximum elevation change is 300 feet. The trails are not open to jeeps or side-by-side UTVs.
The Stillwater Cycle Park has 500 acres open to ATV riding. The routes are over red clay, which is quite slippery when wet. An annual permit is required to use this park.
Near Smithville in the Kiamichi Mountains, the A to Z Guest Ranch permits ATV riding. At the A to Z Guest Ranch, ride hundreds of miles of old logging roads with rock climbing sections, mountain views, old fire towers, water crossings, and beautiful timber forests.
Near Ponca City, the Kaw Lake ORV Area is a small area open to ATV riding. The trails are through heavy forest and on sandy soil.
Northeast of Antlers, the Honobia Creek Wildlife Management Area has 81,000 acres in Pushmataha and LeFlore counties. There are numerous year-round roads open to OHV users, but off-road riding is not permitted.
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. Moderate elevation changes keep the wooded areas fun.
Near Macomb, the Big Red Off Road Park has 12 miles of trails over 160 acres open to ATV riding. The trails vary from easy to hard and roll through canyons, woodlands and mud.
Northeast of Hugo near Cloudy, the Pine Mountain Trail system has ATV riding over 1,700 acres of primitive pine and hardwood timber. There are rolling ranges, creeks and rock outcroppings.
South of Oklahoma City and west of Davis in the Arbuckle Mountains, the 6,500 acre Cross Bar Ranch has a 2,800 area ATV area. The Cross Bar Ranch ATV/Motorcycle Off-Road Area has diverse terrain featuring cedar covered hills, hardwood slopes and valleys and crystal clear creeks and springs.