Northeast of Tulsa near Disney, the Hogans Offroad Park is open to OHV users. The area has mud, hill climbs and rock crawls. The River Run trail can get pretty muddy. The Hogans Revenge route is very extreme. There are three major spillways hosting some of the most extreme rock crawling in the country. For those who are into trail riding, there are several trails leading through the woods that range from casual single track through the trees, muddy swamps to nasty loose hill climbs.
The land is owned by the Grand River Dam Authority. Since the land that we use is owned by the GRDA, it should be noted that this land is free for public use, but every now and then the Dam Authority needs to use this land for flood control. When this happens most, of where we play ends up being under 10 to 20 feet of water, running as fast as it can towards the coast. A horn will be sounded 30 minutes before opening the gates. Pay attention to activity around the dam if flood conditions are possible. The horn will sound once, but may not sound again during the 30 minute wait! When the gates do open you can expect a one-foot an hour rise in the water level. If you just arrived and you dont see anyone on the rocks, wait a while or flag down a GRDA or park ranger and check first. Also, there is access to the trails if the gates are open. However, be aware you may find yourself driving down a steep hill into a flooded valley. If there is water flowing, take a walk down the hill before you commit. Please do not play north of the electric line right-of-ways in these areas. You are still permitted in areas south of the right-of-ways.
Overall, Hogans Offroad Park is the 2nd most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 6 OHV routes in Oklahoma.