Lake Mackenzie Area For Dirt Biking

The 7th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Texas.

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In Briscoe County, the Lake Mackenzie ATV Area has trails with plenty of climbs and descents that are open to dirt biking.

To reach the dirt bike riding area for the Lake Mackenzie ATV Area from Tulia, take TX-86 East toward Silverton. About 30 miles outside Tulia, you will reach the intersection of TX-86 and 207. Turn left, onto 207, and proceed North. About now, you will be wondering where in the totally flat, desolate, farmland we are going to have a trials competition. About 10 to 15 miles after you have turned on 207, you will start dropping down into Tule Canyon. Shortly thereafter, you will find the entrance to Lake MacKenzie on your left. Once you turn into the park, from 207, proceed to your left and across the dam. Beyond the dam, you will come to a split in the road. The park sign in area is easily seen, once you reach this point.

Overall, Lake Mackenzie Area is the 7th most popular dirt bike trail of all 31 dirt biking rides in Texas. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Lake Mackenzie Area including Canadian River and Blue Creek Bridge ORV Area.


Local Contact(s):  Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority (806) 633-4318; Texas Tourism (800) 888- 8TEX.

Recommended Map:  "Trail Map For Telluride, Silverton, Ouray" from Trails Illustrated

Best Season:  Any

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Lake Mackenzie Area Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  34.5425, -101.4555

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  6/26/2016

ID:  16502

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