Cross Bar Ranch Dirt Biking

South of Oklahoma City and west of Davis in the Arbuckle Mountains, the Cross Bar Ranch has a 6,500 area motorcycle off-road 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. The elevation changes range for gentle slopes to extreme changes of 500 feet or more. The area on the ranch designated for ATV/Motorcycle activities consists of 2,800 acres located in the northern portion of the property. The Cross Bar Ranch currently offers the largest acreage dedicated entirely to ATV/Motorcycle riding in the state of Oklahoma. The land currently has an abundance of ATV trails, feed roads and seismograph easements that offer several miles of off-road enjoyment. Trail development and construction is currently in place so additional trail opportunities are just around the corner. Plans are to have 100-miles of trail in place by 2008.

The trails are very durable and not heavily affected by rain. The trail surface consists of clay soils and rock, providing an all weather surface which is affected little by erosion.

Only ATVs and motorcycles are allowed in the riding area. No four wheel drive vehicles are permitted in the riding area.

To reach Cross Bar Ranch from US35, use Exit #55. Head west for 1 mile to Dolese Road. Turn south on Dolese Road for 3 miles to the ranch.

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Local Contact(s):  Cross Bar Ranch (580) 369-2444

Base Camp:  Onsite primative camping.

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.crossbarranch.com/

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Date Updated:  8/12/2016

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