Appalachia Bay ORV Area For OHV Driving

The 5th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Oklahoma.

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West of Tulsa around Keystone Lake, the Appalachia Bay ORV Area has 600 acres sandy trails open to OHV routes. The terrain is sandy and ranges from open beaches to rolling forested trails. There is also a large circuit of sandy trails that meander through very tall briars.

The trailhead is located at 23115 W. Wekiwa Road in Sand Springs. To reach Appalachia Bay ORV from Tulsa, head west on US412 passing Sand Springs. Just across the bridge, use the exit for Appalachia Bay/Washington Irving. Turn right, and then right again to cross over highway. Turn left and follow road to recreation area. Just past the entrace, look for the gate to the ORV area on the left.

Overall, Appalachia Bay ORV Area is the 5th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 5 OHV routes in Oklahoma.


Local Contact(s):  Keystone Lake (918) 865-2621; Local Tourism (918) 585-1201.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Onsite Camping

Article Source:   Appalachia Bay ORV Area For OHV Driving

GPS:  36.18719, -96.29018

Date Published:  1/3/2016

Date Updated:  9/21/2018

ID:  18382

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