Crosstimbers Riding Area For Dirt Biking

The 2nd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Oklahoma.

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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.

To reach the dirt biking trailhead from the intersection of I-240 and I-35 south of Oklahoma City, head east on I-240. Travel 4 miles to exit 8, head south on Sooner Rd. for almost 3 miles. Go left (east ) on 119th St and travel 3 miles. Take a right on E. Stanley Draper Dr. and go almost 1 mile to parking and campground on right.

Note: A permit is required for all riders and passengers. Permits are available at the Lake Draper Marina & AJAX Kawasaki.

Map Legend:

Green Trail - 7 miles.

Red Trail - 12 miles.

Grass Track - 3 miles.

Blue Trail - 14 miles.

Overall, Crosstimbers Riding Area is the 2nd most popular dirt bike trail of all 13 dirt biking rides in Oklahoma. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Crosstimbers Riding Area including Stillwater Cycle Park, Little Sahara State Park and Cross Bar Ranch.


Local Contact(s):  Trail Status Hotline (405) 945-1938; Lake Stanley Draper (405) 794- 5010.

Best Season:  Apr - Oct

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Crosstimbers Campground; NFS Ceder Lake Campground

Luxury Loding:  Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge (501) 394-2863

Breakfast Restaurant:  Mount Ida Cafe

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Crosstimbers Riding Area Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  35.34, -97.3685

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  6/25/2016

ID:  16424

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