Located in the US, the OHV driving in Washington offers over thirty OHV trail routes from which to choose. The best Washington OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Evans Creek OHV, Huckleberry Ridge, Walker Valley ORV Area, Jones Creek OHV Area, and Bradley Hills OHV Area. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Washington OHV driving trail below.
Southeast of Mt Vernon, the Walker Valley ORV Area is a lowland riding area popular with trailbikes so use care. The Walker Valley areas is a fully authorized and managed ORV area with 36 miles of trails.
Southeast of Tacoma near Greenwater in the Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, the 38 mile OHV route up Huckleberry Ridge leads to Sun Top Lookout (5,271 feet). There are views of Mount Rainier and the Cascades.
West of Vancouver and northeast of Cathlamet in Wahkiakum County, the Bradley Hills ORV Area has 8 miles of OHV trails. From the parking area, trails exit in every direction, so be careful to get on the correct one.
Southwest of Olympia near Littlerock in the Capitol State Forest, the Straddleline ORV Park (aka Thurston County ORV Park) is a 155 acre OHV riding area adjacent to Capitol State Forest. The site is adjacent to SR8 and divided between the two counties with 78 acres of land in Grays Harbor County and 77 acres in Thurston County.
Northwest of Hood River near Stabler in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the Lookout Mountain route is a 26.5 mile OHV drive. The drive starts from Sunset Campground and heads up a scenic ridge above the East Fork of the Lewis River.
Southeast of Tacoma near Ashford in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the High Rock Lookout Loop is a 21 mile OHV route through old-growth forest up to the High Rock Lookout. There are nice vistas of over the Cascades.
Northwest of Yakima and Naches in the Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, the popular Divide Ridge area has 30 miles of OHV routes. A majority of the routes are old roads heavily used by Jeepers. The routes are very difficult with large vertical drops.
North of Yakima near Naches in the Wenatchee National Forest, the Cleman Mountain route is a 19 mile OHV trek, with 15 miles along a high ridge. Tbe route climbs roughly 5,000 feet.
Northeast of Yakima and south of Moses Lake, the 2,000 acre Grant County ORV Area has rolling sand dunes open to OHV routes. The trailhead is located only a few miles south of Moses Lake.
Near Leavenworth in the Wenatchee National Forest, the Ruby Creek - Camas Creek route is a 15 mile OHV loop near the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area. The loop starts and ends at US97.