Located in the US, the OHV driving in Oregon offers over twenty awesome OHV riding trails. The best Oregon OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Browns Camp OHV Area, Santiam Pass OHV Area, Millican Plateau OHV Trail System, and Morrow County OHV Park. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Oregon OHV driving trail below.
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.
West of Eugene and southwest of Florence, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area has the regions most popular riding areas with 900 acres of sand dunes along the Oregon coast.
Northwest of Bend and Sisters in the Cascade Mountains, the Santiam Pass OHV Area has 1,500 acres open to OHV routes through cinder cones and lava flows. The trail conditions are known to be loose and sandy.
Northeast of Eugene near Mabel, the Shotgun OHV Area has 6,000 acres open to OHV routes. The routes roll through pine forest. The trails here cover a highly modified landscape crossing many logging roads and through a forest of second growth Douglas-fir growing in tree plantations. Several creeks run throughout the riding area.
Near Medford, the Timber Mountain / Johns Peak OHV Area has 600 miles of trails winding through 14,000 acres overall. The Johns Peak area has 180 acres of OHV routes.
Southeast of Bend near Prineville in the Ochoco National Forest, the Millican Plateau OHV Trail System is managed by the Prineville District of the BLM. The Plateau provides a variety of desert riding experiences from easiest to more difficult. There are 111 miles worth of trails for Class I/III OHVs, of which 37 miles are also open to Class II OHV s. The Four Corners Staging Area has an information kiosk.
Near Government Camp in the Mount Hood National Forest, there is a 55 mile road through the wilderness to a glacial cirque lake. The OHV route has many side roads to explore, and the final 6 miles to the lake are very challenging.
West of Portland and east of Tillamook, the Tillamook State Forest has 200 miles of trails open to OHV routes. The Diamond Mill OHV Area has 100 miles of trails through steep, rocky mountains.
West of Portland and east of Tillamook, the Trask OHV Area has 40,000 acres open to OHV use. The trails pass through steep mountain forests covered with Douglas Firs planted after the big Tillamook forest fire.
West of Eugene and northeast of Florence in the Siuslaw National Forest, there is a scenic 36 mile OHV route along the North Fork Siuslaw River that runs from tidal flats, through forests and up along a ridges set above the Rock Creek Wilderness Area.