Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
Northwest of McAlester near Scipio, the Scipio Off-Road Riding Park has 10 miles of off-road motorcycle trails over 1,700 acres. There is plenty of sand, rocks and dense forest.
North of Muskogee and Braggs, the Gruber Recreation Area has 450 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. This is an old quarry site with rocks and wooded trails on the banks of the Arkansas River.
South of Ardmore in Lake Murray State Park, the Pear Orchard Motorcycle Use Area has 10 miles of trails over 1,000 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The marked trails traverse the forest, prairie and sandy, rolling hills.
Southeast of Oklahoma City, the Crosstimbers Riding Area has miles of sandy trails winding through forest and around the lake. A permit is required for all riders and passengers. Permits are available at the Lake Draper Marina & AJAX Kawasaki.
Near Ponca City, the Kaw Lake ORV Area is a small area open to both off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trails are through heavy forest and on sandy soil. It covers approximately 80 acres and is, for the most part, heavily wooded. The area is best suited for dirt bikes and is not open to dune buggies.
Northwest of Oklahoma City and south of Waynoka, the 1500 acre Little Sahara State Park has amazing sand dunes for off-road motorcycle trails riding. This is the largest dune riding area in the state. To the west and northwest are the largest dunes, offering fantastic views, especially of sunsets with the Glass Mountains in the distance. In the middle there are cottonwood trees, yucca plants and stands of tall grass that form trails.
West of Tulsa around Keystone Lake, the Appalachia Bay ORV Area has sandy trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding over 600 acres. Also known as Motorcycle Island, the terrain is sandy and ranges from open beaches to wooded trails. Moderate elevation changes keep the wooded areas interesting and a large circuit of sandy trails meander through very tall briars.
The Stillwater Cycle Park has 500 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The routes are over red clay, which is quite slippery when wet. With over 500 acres of available riding area for motorcycles. Terrain is mostly red clay, which is slippery when raining, and plain dirt. Dirt biking at Stillwater requires an annual permit.
North of Broken Bow in southeastern Oklahoma, the Broken Bow Trail System has over 100 miles of trails and roads open to off-road motorcycle trails riding on the Weyerhaeuser Company property. The dirt and gravel routes roll through forested mountains and muddy lowlands.
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.