River Valley OHV Park For Dirt Biking

The MOST popular offroad motorcycle trail in Nebraska.

Southeast of Omaha, the 350 acre River Valley OHV Park has trails open to dirt biking. The park has a winding, looping trail network through dense forest along the eastern shoreline of the Missouri River. This area is prone to flooding, so the trails may be wet early season and may need some maintenance.

Although this park is technically in Iowa, it is VERY popular with eastern Nebraska riders.

To reach River Valley OHV Park from US 80, use Exit #1B. Head south on S.24th Street for 0.8 miles. Turn right heading west on Vetrans Memorial Highway (aka US275/SR92) for 1.9 miles. Turn right into large, but unsigned parking area. Follow paved access route from southwest side of parking area over the levee towards the river to the trails.

Note: All resident owned ATVs and dirt bikes must display a valid Iowa DNR registration. All non-resident owned ATVs and dirt bikes must display a valid non-resident user permit. Helmets are required for all riders. Riders from 12 to 17 years of age must have a valid safety certificate. Riding double is prohibited. All vehicles must have mufflers limiting noise to under 96db.

Overall, River Valley OHV Park is the 1st most popular dirt bike trail of all 9 dirt biking rides in Nebraska.

River Valley OHV Park (NE/US)

River Valley OHV Park (NE/US)

River Valley OHV Park (NE/US)

River Valley OHV Park (NE/US)

River Valley OHV Park Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  River Valley OHV Park (402) 612-0269 or (515) 281-8385; County Parks 712-328-5612; Iowa Tourism (800) 345-IOWA.

Best Season:  May. - Sep.

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/3/2016

ID:  16334

River Valley OHV Park Dirt Biking Map


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