Featured OHV/4WD TRAILS
In northwest Arizona and southwest Utah near Hurricane, the vast Arizona Strip OHV area has over 5,000 miles of dirt roads open to OHV travel. The roads traverse high desert and some ponderosa pine forest. The area is a combination of trails that makes a 63 mile loop.
Northwest of Camp Verde, the Hayfield Draw - Bryant Park OHV Area is an 80 acre open OHV/4WD area. There are more than 120 miles of designated routes.
West of Lake Havasu City, the Crossroads OHV Area is a 1,500 acre open area. Vehicle use in the area surrounding the OHV area is limited to designated routes. The staging area provides a paved parking lot, restroom, loading ramp and bulletin board. Riding opportunities in this OHV area include the sand washes, trails throughout the bajada.
Southeast of Lake Havasu City, the Standard Wash area has 7,500 acres open to OHV recreation. The routes are on existing roads and trails in the low desert.
Near Patagonia in the Coronado National Forest, the area south of Patagonia has many options for off-highway vehicle travel in the Patagonia Mountains. The OHV routes traverse grassy hills and oak woodlands on old mining and ranching roads. The best trailhead is Washington Camp.
Northeast of Parker, the Copper Basin Dunes OHV Area is a 1,275 acre open area. All OHV usage within the area is limited to only designated routes. The staging area provides a paved parking lot, restroom, loading ramp and bulletin board. Riding opportunities in this OHV area include the sand dunes, trails throughout the bajada and up into the canyons.