Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
Southwest of Seattle and Bremerton, the Tahuya State Forest has a well-developed trail network mainly used trailbikes. There are 39 miles of trails that are great during the rainy season since the area is covered by glacial till and gravels. Note, the dry season can be dusty.
Southeast of Seattle and southwest of Cle Elum, the popular Taneum - Manastash area has 26 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. This trail system consists of loops through valley bottoms to ridge tops.
Southeast of Tacoma and east of Elbe, the Elbe Hills State Forest has 8 miles of off-road motorcycle trails. This trail system is quite difficult and may damage your ride.
Southeast of Mt Vernon, the Walker Valley ORV Area is a lowland riding area popular with dirt bike riders. The elevations range from 500 to 3,000 feet. The Walker Valley areas is a fully authorized and managed ORV area with 36 miles of trails.
Southwest of Olympia near Littlerock, the Straddleline ORV Park is a 155 acre riding area adjacent to Capitol State Forest. Also known as Thurston County ORV Park, the site is adjacent to State Route 8 and divided between the two counties with 78 acres of land in Grays Harbor County and 77 acres in Thurston County.
The Berry Fields Middle Trail (#26) is a 6 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trail leaves FS24 near Little Goose Campground and travels through small second growth forest over rolling grades.
The Berry Fields Service Trail (#35) is a 4.2 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trail begins on FS8821 and follows an old skid road for 1 mile through open stands of spruce. Then the route follows old wagon roads.
Northwest of Yakima and Naches, the popular Divide Ridge area has 30 miles of OHV routes open to dirt biking. A majority of the routes are old roads heavily used by Jeepers, but are also open to ATV and dirt biking.
Northwest of Spokane, the 600 acre Riverside State Park ORV Area is open to dirt bike riding. This is a 30+ mile maze of trails. OHV riding is only permitted within the OHV area. It is not permitted within the rest of the state park.
North of Spokane and east of Colville in the Three Rivers Ranger District, the Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System totals 67 miles that are open to dirt biking. The network of off-road motorcycle trails provide access to Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, and Granite Peak. There are several short loops i the system which connects to the Batey-Bould trail system.
Northwest of Spokane and Kettle Falls, there are 12 miles of dirt biking routes past Twin Sisters on old logging roads. These roads are quite deteriorated and are challenging for off-road motorcycle riders. There are great views of the Kettle Range.
Southeast of Colville and east of Chewelah, the Batey Bould Motorcycle Trails are a network of 18 miles of trails. The terrain in this trail system ranges from meadows to mountain peaks. There is a view of the Pend Oreille River Valley from Tacoma Peak and Boulder Mountain loops and visit the Uptagraph homestead site on trail #306. The trail system links to the 45-mile Little Pend Oreille Trail System in the north.
Southeast of Seattle near Royal City, the Toes Motocross Park has 4 motocross tracks. There is a beginner track, a junior/intermediate track, a supercross track, and a 50, 65 track. There is also a GP track. All tracks are watered and meticulously groomed.
East of Spokane, the 2,900 acre Liberty Lake Regional Park has a 350 acre Liberty Lake ORV Park. The Liberty Lake ORV Park has 16 miles of trails across gentle to steep slopes. There are hill climbs and mud bogs.
Southeast of Seattle and northwest of Richland, the 330 acre Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex has an MX track and open dirt bike trails. Formerly known as Horn Rapids ORV Park, the park is open to the public for practice and casual play riding on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.