Northeast of Phoenix and east of Fort McDowell in the Tonto National Forest, the Four Peak Rolls OHV Area (aka Four Peaks Mine) has varied terrain rolling over mountains and through creek beds and sandwashes near steep cliffs and mountainous areas. This 27,000 acre area has over 75 miles of roads and trails open to OHV use. There are vistas of Superstition Mountain, Four Peaks Mountain and Weavers Needle.
Northeast of Los Angeles and northwest of San Dimas in the Angeles National Forest, the San Gabriel Canyon OHV Area offers up to 150 acres of diverse off-road opportunities. Water crossings, rocks, dirt roads and sand hills are some of the seasonally challenging experiences you will find. The assortment of physical terrain is unmatched anywhere in this region of the state.
Northeast of San Bernardino and Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino National Forest, the Forest OHV System consists of 36 miles of OHV trails and 169 miles of forest roads (open to green sticker/red sticker usage). The trails are primarily in the Cajon, Arrowhead and Big Bear areas.
Northwest of Boulder and northeast of Jamestown, the Left Hand Canyon OHV Area has a great network of roads totaling over 10+ miles open to OHV routes. The very old logging roads are very challenging trails now.
South of Terre Haute near Dugger in Sullivan County, the 1,400 acre Redbird State Riding Area is the only State lands open to OHV routes. It is an old strip mine with clay hills.
In Harlan County, the Black Mountain Offroad Park has miles of routes for OHV jeeps and truck on over 7,000 acres of abandoned mining lands. There are rugged trails and old access roads to explore. The county is looking to lease an additional 30,000 acres.
East of St Helen, the St Helen ORV Route is a trail system consisting of numerous loops totaling 30 miles. There is also a two square mile open play area. There are some minor hill climbs and scrambles.
West of Portland and east of Tillamook, the Tillamook State Forest has 200 miles of trails open to OHV routes. The Browns Camp area has more than 100 miles of easy to difficult routes.
Northeast of Las Vegas and west of Overton, the Valley Of Fire State Park has routes open to OHV users. This is a region of white sand stone which stands in stark contrast to the surrounding red sandstone.
Northeast of Flagstaff in the Coconino National Forest, the 13,500 acre Cinder Hills OHV Area has routes open to OHV users. The routes traverse an extensive area of deep volcanic cinders in a ponderosa pine forest. There are plenty of really big hill climbs.