Featured ATV TRAILS
Southwest of Seattle and Bremerton, the Tahuya State Forest has a well-developed trail network mainly used by ATVs and trailbikes. There are 39 miles of trails open to ATV riding. These trails are great during the rainy season since the area is covered by glacial till and gravels.
Southeast of Mt Vernon, the Walker Valley ORV Area is a lowland riding area popular with ATV riders. The elevations range from 500 to 3,000 feet. The Walker Valley areas is a fully authorized and managed ORV area with 36 miles of trails.
Southeast of Tacoma and east of Elbe, the Elbe Hills State Forest has 8 miles of ATV trails. This trail system is quite difficult and may damage your ride.
Southeast of Seattle and southwest of Cle Elum, the popular Taneum - Manastash area has 26 miles of trails open to ATV riding. This trail system consists of loops through valley bottoms to ridge tops.
Northwest of Yakima and Naches, the popular Divide Ridge area has 30 miles of OHV routes. A majority of the routes are old roads heavily used by Jeepers, but are also open to ATV riding. The routes are very difficult with large vertical drops.
Southeast of Walla Walla and Milton-Freewater, the Walla Walla OHV Trail is a 40 mile route through steep, rocky canyons along the north and south forks of the Walla Walla River.
Northwest of Spokane, the 600 acre Riverside State Park ORV Area is open to ATV riding. There is a 30+ mile maze of trails and open riding.
East of Spokane, the 2,900 acre Liberty Lake Regional Park has a 350 acre Liberty Lake ORV Park that is open to ATV riding. The Liberty Lake ORV Park has 16 miles of trails across gentle to steep slopes. There are hill climbs and mud bogs.
Near Walla Walla, the Meadow Creek Trail (#3123) is a 4 mile route open to ATV riding. It follows Meadow Creek for 3 miles before climbing on old logging roads to the Goodman area. The route crosses Meadow Creek several times.