West Texas Baja Offroad Area For OHV Driving

The 3rd most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Texas.

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Near Lubbock, the West Texas Baja Offroad Recreation Area has two 1.6 mile OHV tracks. Both tracks are approximately 1.6 miles long. Both tracks have multiple sweeping and hairpin turns in both directions and numerous changes in elevation (drop-offs & hills) and off-camber terrain. There are rocks and rough terrain throughout both tracks. There may be water accumulation on either track. Both tracks are dirt and generate considerable amounts of dust when driven on. There are numerous round hay-bales and tires located at critical turns throughout both tracks. Most of the two tracks have tall grass on both sides.

The area is located 8 miles west of Loop 289 in Lubbock. Directions to WTB from Lubbock: Travel 3 miles West of Reese Center traffic light on Hwy 114 (West 19th). Look for the Santa Fe caboose on your left & turn right at the orange WTB sign (this dirt road is NCR 1100). Go 2 miles and turn right at the white WTB sign. Go 1/2 mile East and then 1/2 mile South to the parking area.

Overall, West Texas Baja Offroad Area is the 3rd most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 15 OHV routes in Texas. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby West Texas Baja Offroad Area including Barnwell Mountain OHV Recreational Area, Shiloh Ridge, River Run ATV Park and Primitive Acres OHV Guest Ranch.

West Texas Baja Offroad Area OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  WTB (806) 543-7246; Texas Tourism (800) 888- 8TEX.

Reference Source:  click here http://www.westtexasbaja.com/

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  7/29/2016

ID:  18590

West Texas Baja Offroad Area OHV Driving Map


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