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Designated Areas

State Parks has consulted with the land/resource managers in the state to provide information about designated riding areas. All the listed areas have received funding from the Statewide OHV Program to develop trails and facilities. The listed sites do not represent all of the available opportunities in Arizona. Where ever you choose to recreate, be sure the roads, trails or areas are designated for your type of use.

What does “designated” mean? The federal land managers in Arizona (Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management*) have established criteria that identifies roads, trails and (open) areas that can be used for OHV recreation. Designated roads, trails, or areas will be marked with a route/trail number and appear on a map available from the land managers travel on other than designated routes, trails, or areas is illegal and fines may be assessed. Riding off of designated roads, trails, or areas can cause the designated roads, trails, and areas to be closed.

*National Park service does not generally provide or support the use of unlicensed OHV’s within their parks.

Motorized Vehicle Use Sites Throughout Arizona

Where to Ride MapArizona StripGreat Western TrailKendrick and Mormon LakeHualapai Mountain Sheridan MountainHarquahala MountainYuma EastHieroglyphic MountainsHayfield DrawLong DrawMescal MountainsRedington Pass Cinder HillsEhrenberg-CibolaDesert WellsGila BoxPima Motorsports ParkSanta Rita MountainSouth Patagonia MountainsHot Well DunesLa PosaShea SpectatorSaffel Canyon TrailRattlesnake GapBlack Hills BackcountryBulldog CanyonMunds ParkEhrenberg SandbowlSwansea TownsiteParker 400Sunrise to Big LakeAlto PitStandard WashRollsKelly CanyonMaverick TrailTable MesaCopper Canyon Trail

On the map above, click on a numbered diamond to learn more about that OHV site. You may also scroll down to read about all sites. Or Download Locator Map with Phone Numbers (372 KB PDF)
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1Arizona Strip (north of the Colorado River)
BLM Arizona Strip Field Office
The Arizona Strip, “where the west stays wild,” is that vast region of Arizona north of the Colorado River. Much of this remote and largely unsettled area is traversed by more than 5,000 miles of dirt roads. Road conditions range from well-maintained graded roads to high-clearance two-tracks to challenging routes which require 4-wheel drive vehicles. No services are available in this largely backcountry area, so be prepared. Motorized vehicles are generally limited to existing routes, with wilderness areas closed and National Monuments limited to designated routes. Watch for signs in these areas, with terrain which ranges from High Desert to Ponderosa Pine Forest. While this area is generally suitable for all seasons, you should avoid use in wet weather. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip Field Office at (435) 688-3200. More information about the Arizona Strip

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2Cinder Hills OHV Area (Flagstaff)
Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District
This area comprises an extensive stretch of deep volcanic cinders in a Ponderosa pine forest, east of Highway 89 and south of Sunset Crater National Monument. You are asked to protect the privilege of riding in this designated off-highway vehicle area by respecting the boundary of Sunset Crater National Monument. Approximately 13,500 acres are available for all types of motorized vehicles. This area encompasses Ponderosa pine forest and is open all seasons, with occasional snow in winter. To get to the Cinder Hills OHV Area, drive northeast of Flagstaff on U.S. 89 approximately seven miles north of Flagstaff Mall. Turn east (right) on FR 776. Contact Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District at (928) 526-0866. For more information and a map

Download Cinder Hills OHV Area KMZ File (12 KB KMZ)
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3Kendrick and Mormon Lake / Pinewood Snowmobile Trail Systems (2 locations)
Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District
Riding areas are available for snowmobiles on signed trails, when conditions permit. This area is comprised of Ponderosa pine forest. Contact Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District at (928) 526-0866.

Download Kendrick and Mormon Lake / Pinewood Snowmobile Trail Systems KMZ File (2 KB KMZ)
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4Long Draw OHV Route (Payson-Heber)
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Black Mesa Ranger District
This 30-mile loop for highway-legal/licensed vehicles is located on the Mogollon Rim northeast of Payson. Start at either Long Draw North Trailhead (Chevelon Crossing) or Long Draw South Trailhead (Chevelon Lake). Trailhead includes parking, toilets and campsite facilities. The area has shared use routes open for off-highway vehicle use, including snowmobile trails and is comprised of Ponderosa pine forest. This area is generally open all seasons, but routes may be closed due to winter snow. Contact Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Black Mesa Ranger District at (928) 535-4481.

Download Long Draw OHV Route KMZ File (25 KB KMZ)
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5Munds Park (south of Flagstaff)
Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District
The Munds Park OHV trail system links the community and visitors to a network of Forest Service system roads in the area, with three-season riding in the cool pines. Routes may be closed in winter due to snow or other weather conditions. Contact Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger District at (928) 526-0866.

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Hayfield Draw/Bryant Park OHV Area6Hayfield Draw/Bryant Park OHV Area (Cottonwood)
Prescott National Forest, Verde Ranger District
Eight miles west of Camp Verde and south of Highway 260, Hayfield Draw has an 80-acre cross- country area limited to ATVs and trail bikes, access to more than 100 miles of designated trails, and two acres of beginner’s course. Facilities include toilets, ramadas, picnic areas and parking. This area includes High Desert and has spring, fall and winter seasons. Access: take I-17 north to State High 260, then go eight miles northwest of Camp Verde on State Highway 260. Contact Prescott National Forest, Verde Ranger District at (928) 567-4121. More information about Hayfield Draw

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Alto Pit OHV Recreation Site7Alto Pit OHV Recreation Area (Prescott)
Prescott National Forest, Bradshaw Ranger District
This is a 400-acre site which lies four miles west of Prescott on Iron Springs Road. It includes a 13-acre cross-country area open to ATVs and trail bikes, eight miles of designated trails for ATVs and trail bikes and a beginner’s course for vehicles under 90cc. Facilities include restrooms, picnic tables, fire rings, loading/unloading area and shade Ramada’s which are available for day use. This is a fee area ($5/day for day use). Camping is available, while group camping requires a special-use permit. This area encompasses Ponderosa pine forest type and is open all seasons, with occasional snow in winter. Access: from downtown Prescott, take Gurley Street west to Montezuma Street, then take Montezuma (Whiskey Row) north until it turns into Iron Springs Road. Follow Iron Springs approximately five miles to Alto Pit. Contact Prescott National Forest, Bradshaw Ranger District at (928) 443-8000. More information about Alto Pit OHV Recreation Area

Download Alto Pit OHV Recreation Area Map (362 KB PDF)
Download Alto Pit OHV Recreation Area KMZ File (55 KB KMZ)
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8Sheridan Mountain/Smith Mesa OHV Trail System (Prescott)
Prescott National Forest, Bradshaw and Chino Valley Ranger District
This 42-mile trail bike and ATV route system is located west of Chino Valley near Camp Wood. Primitive roads are also available for full-sized vehicles. No facilities or water are available. This area is comprised of Chaparral and Ponderosa pine forest type. Trails at higher elevations are not accessible during winter snow conditions. A trail system brochure is available. Contact Prescott National Forest, Bradshaw and Chino Valley Ranger District at (928) 443-8000 or (928) 777-2200. More information about Sheridan Mountain/Smith Mesa OHV Trail System

Download Sheridan Mountain/Smith Mesa OHV Trail System Map (564 KB PDF)
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9Hualapai Mountain OHV Trailhead (Kingman)
Hualapai Mountain Park
This area near Kingman offers access to hundreds of miles of old mining routes. Motorized travel is limited to existing routes. Elevations range from 6,500 feet in the pines to 1,000 feet in the Low Desert. The facility is a fee area which offers cabins, camping and a staging area. Contact Hualapai Mountain Park at (928) 757-3859. More information about Hualapai Mountain

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10Standard Wash (Lake Havasu City)
BLM Lake Havasu Field Office
Located just five miles south of Lake Havasu City, the area offers more than 7,500 acres providing fun, challenging trails for many types of OHV opportunities and camping. You must use existing routes only. This area is comprised of Low Desert and includes spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact Bureau of Land Management, Lake Havasu Field Office at (928) 505-1200.

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11Parker 400 Desert Race Course (La Paz County)
BLM Lake Havasu Field Office
This desert racing event has been around since 1972. Although the course has changed over the years, it still offers three loops of about 136 miles. The race is usually on a weekend in late January or early February. The course offers a demanding, difficult route all year long. Parts of the course require vehicles to be highway-legal/licensed. Access is available near Parker, Arizona in La Paz County. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact Bureau of Land Management, Lake Havasu Field Office at (928) 505-1200.

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12Shea Spectator/Pit Areas and Osborn Wash (Parker)
BLM Lake Havasu Field Office
Located east of Parker using Shea Road, much of the area is defined by post and cable, which are the boundaries of a race vehicle pit and spectator areas of the Parker 400 Desert Race. The braided Osborn Wash is adjacent and to the south of the Spectator Area. These locations combine to create excellent OHV riding and camping opportunities. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Lake Havasu Field Office at (928) 505-1200.

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13Swansea Townsite (Parker)
BLM Lake Havasu Field Office
Located 30 miles east of Parker, this Low Desert area allows all types of OHVs and passenger cars and includes interpretation, picnic areas, facilities and camping. You can tour an historic mining town. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Lake Havasu Field Office at (928) 505-1200.

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14Ehrenberg Sandbowl (Ehrenberg)
BLM Yuma Field Office
This area is located just south of the City of Ehrenberg, off of the Ehrenberg-Cibola Levee Road of the Colorado River. Approximately 2,000 acres of sand dunes are open to vehicle travel. Facilities include a parking lot, ATV loading ramps, universally accessible vault toilets, shade ramadas and picnic tables. Permits are required upon entry, with current fee amounts posted at the self-service kiosk on-site where daily permits are available. Annual permits may be purchased from the Oxbow Campground Host, approximately 20 miles south of the Sandbowl or at the Bureau of Land Management office in Yuma. To access Ehrenberg Sandbowl take I-10 to Ehrenberg, AZ. Take the Ehrenberg exit to South Frontage Road. Go West on frontage road approximately one mile. Turn left on gravel surfaced Ehrenberg/Cibola Road. Go south three miles to site entrance. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office at (928) 317-3200. More information about Ehrenberg Sandbowl

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15Ehrenberg-Cibola (Ehrenberg)
BLM Yuma Field Office
This area is located between the City of Ehrenberg, the City of Cibola, the Colorado River and the Yuma Proving Ground. Vehicle travel is limited to existing routes and is prohibited in the Trigo Mountain Wilderness. Visitors are asked to obey all warning signs and to call the Yuma Proving Ground at (928) 328-2720 for access information. The Cibola National Wildlife Refuge is at the south part of the area. Please obey signs and call the Refuge at (928) 857-3253 for information. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. For maps and information contact the Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office at (928) 317-3200 or via e-mail at yfoweb_az(at)blm.gov.

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16La Posa (Quartzsite)
BLM Yuma Field Office
This area is located near Quartzsite, Arizona at the intersection of Highway 95 and Interstate 10. It is bordered on the southwest by the Yuma Proving Ground – (928) 328-2720 – and on the southeast by the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge & Wilderness – (928) 783-7861. Call for access information. Vehicle travel is limited to existing routes and is prohibited in wilderness areas. Please obey all warning signs. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office at (928) 317-3200 or via e-mail at yfoweb_az(at)blm.gov.

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17Harquahala Mountain Summit Road Backcountry Byway (Aguila)
BLM Hassayampa Field Office
This is a rugged 3,000-foot and 10.5 mile climb to historic 1920 Smithsonian Solar Observatory. The site includes picnic areas, restrooms, access to historic hiking trail and primitive camping. Vehicle travel is allowed only on existing routes. This area is Sonoran Desert and is hot in the summer with thunderstorms and washouts on road. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Hassayampa Field Office at (623) 580-5500.

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18Yuma East (Yuma)
BLM Yuma Field Office
This area is located in Yuma and Maricopa Counties between Interstates 10 and 8, with the Yuma Proving Ground (928-328-2720) and Kofa National Wildlife Refuge (928-783-7861) to the west. Please call for access information. The area encompasses a large portion of the Arizona Game and Fish Department's Hunting Unit 41. Vehicle travel is limited to existing routes. There is no vehicle travel in Wilderness Areas. Please obey all warning signs. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office at (928) 317-3200 or via e-mail at yfoweb_az(at)blm.gov.

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19Hieroglyphic Mountains Area/ Boulders Staging Area (Lake Pleasant)
BLM Hassayampa Field Office
Numerous OHV routes traverse this area, which is bounded by Lake Pleasant to the east, Wickenburg to the west and Prescott National Forest on the north. Vehicle travel is allowed only on existing routes. The Boulders Staging Area, off Highway 74 between mileposts 11 and 12, offers access, camping and restroom. This area is a mix of private, state and public land and you are asked to comply with signs, carry a map and to not trespass. Please ride SLOWLY in the staging area to reduce dust and for safety. Excess dust can lead to closure, so please follow rules to help keep this site open. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. An Access Guide for this area is available from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Contact BLM, Hassayampa Field Office, (623) 580-5500. This site is subject to closure on days when a high pollution advisory for dust (known as PM10) has been issued. Before heading out, please check to see if an advisory for PM10 has been issued, atazdeq.gov/ensemble.pdf .

Download Hieroglyphic Mountains Area Map (386 KB PDF)
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20Kelly Canyon
Coconino National Forest

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21The Rolls (Mesa)
Tonto National Forest, Mesa Ranger District
Area is located one hour from Phoenix, east of the Beeline Highway, north of Saguaro Lake, and south of Four Peaks Road. Vehicle travel is allowed only on existing routes. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact Tonto National Forest, Mesa Ranger District at (480) 610-3300. This site is subject to closure on days when a high pollution advisory for dust (known as PM10) has been issued. Before heading out, please check to see if an advisory for PM10 has been issued at azdeq.gov/ensemble.pdf .

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22Bulldog Canyon Permit Area (Mesa)
Tonto National Forest, Mesa Ranger District
Located one hour from Phoenix, with access from the City of Mesa at Usery Pass Road, off of the Bush Highway. Vehicle travel is allowed only on routes designated as open by brown fiberglass vertical markers. All routes other than FR10, 12, 1356, 3512, 3556 and 3554 are closed to motorized travel. Use of Bulldog OHV area requires a permit. This area is Low Desert and includes all seasons Get online directions to Bulldog area access locations Contact Tonto National Forest, Mesa Ranger District for a required permit at (480) 610-3300. This site is subject to closure on days when a high pollution advisory for dust (known as PM10) has been issued. Before heading out, please check to see if an advisory for PM10 has been issued at azdeq.gov/ensemble.pdf .

Download Bulldog Canyon OHV Area Map (3.4 MB PDF)
Download Bulldog Canyon Permit Area KMZ File (Trails) (25 KB KMZ)
Download Bulldog Canyon Permit Area KMZ File (Points) (2 KB KMZ)
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23Desert Wells (Apache Junction)
ASLD
This site is available for recreational use, thanks to the collaborative efforts of volunteers and land management agencies. This area includes more than 180 miles of trails located one hour east of Phoenix, near Apache Junction (U.S. Route 60 and State Route 79). This site requires an Arizona State Land Department (ASLD) recreation permit to ride. Vehicle travel is allowed only on existing signed routes. There are grazing allotments for four different cattle ranches within this area. Please stay out of cattle water tanks (which look like dirt mounds) and respect the closed gates and grazing areas. There are NO hillclimbs in this area. The area is relatively flat with some rolling trails. Excess dust can lead to closure, so please follow rules to help keep this site open. Do not ride near the fence along the road. Help pick up trash. There is no target shooting. This area is Low Desert and includes the spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact ASLD at (602) 364-2753 to purchase a permit or learn about permits online. Contact AZ Game and Fish Department for an access guide at (602) 942-3000 or download online guide at Arizona Game & Fish Department website. This site is subject to closure on days when a high pollution advisory for dust (known as PM10) has been issued. Before heading out, please check to see if an advisory for PM10 has been issued at azdeq.gov/ensemble.pdf .

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24Mescal Mountains OHV Area (Kearny)
Town of Kearny
This area near Kearny is good for beginners and allows for all types of off-highway vehicles. The elevation ranges from 2000 to 2400 feet. Use is limited to existing routes which are located on land managed by the Bureau of Land Management. This site includes a staging area, picnic and camping areas and restrooms. This area is Low Desert. Contact the Town of Kearny at (520) 363-5547.This site is subject to closure on days when a high pollution advisory for dust (known as PM10) has been issued. Before heading out, please check to see if an advisory for PM10 has been issued atazdeq.gov/ensemble.pdf .

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25Sunrise to Big Lake Snowmobile Route (Springerville)
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Springerville Ranger District
When snow closes roads in the National Forests, this route remains open for snowmobile use. Facilities include toilets, and trailhead parking accommodates trailers. The route traverses beautiful mountains and meadows through forests of pine, spruce, and fir. Contact the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Springerville Ranger District at (928) 333-4372.

Download Sunrise to Big Lake Snowmobile Route KMZ File (46 KB KMZ)
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26Saffel Canyon Trail (Eagar)
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Springerville Ranger District
Saffel Canyon Trail, near Eagar, includes some of the most spectacular views in the White Mountains. The trail begins at an elevation of 7600 feet and climbs to 9400 feet at Pat Knoll. The distance is 25 miles, round-trip and the difficulty level is moderate. The trail goes through three distinct vegetation zones: pinyon-juniper, Ponderosa pine and mixed conifer. There is trailhead parking which accommodates trailers; the trailhead has two picnic ramadas, restroom, and a "tot lot" where young riders can learn some basic ATV skills. Trail access is near Eagar. Contact the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Springerville Ranger District at (928) 333-4372. Map is available.

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27Rattlesnake Gap (Greenlee County)
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Clifton Ranger District
With more than 25 miles designated for OHVs, the Rattlesnake Gap OHV Trail is one of Greenlee County’s most popular routes. Located on the southernmost portion of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the area is well-known by hunters, anglers, photographers, campers and those just out for an adventurous drive. It may seem like a relaxing drive in the country at first but it can quickly turn treacherous when the weather gets rough. Some routes in the area are restricted to highway-legal/licensed vehicles. Two campgrounds with tables and fire rings have been installed in the Rattlesnake Gap area. Contact the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Clifton Ranger District at (928) 687-8600. Download map and information here:

Download Rattlesnake Gap General Map & Rules (77 KB PDF)
Download Rattlesnake Gap Detailed Map & Rules (2 MB PDF)
Download Rattlesnake Gap KMZ File (46 KB KMZ)
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28Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area (Safford)
BLM Safford Field Office
Located 20 miles northeast of Safford, this site offers rugged OHV opportunities. Motorized vehicles are restricted to designated roads. The Gila River corridor is closed to all motorized vehicles within the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area (RNCA). This area is High Desert with spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Safford Field Office at (928) 348-4400.

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29Black Hills Backcountry Byway (Safford)
BLM Safford Field Office
The old Safford-Clifton Highway takes you back in time and offers challenging 4x4 side trips. The south entrance is 16 miles east of Safford. This area is High Desert with spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Safford Field Office at (928) 348-4400.

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Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area30Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area (Safford)
BLM Safford Field Office
This 2,000-acre “open” dune area is located 35 miles south of Safford. Facilities include two hot tubs, restrooms, developed and undeveloped campsites, picnic areas and a watchable wildlife area. Off-Highway Vehicles are also allowed on existing routes outside the Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area. This area is High Desert with spring, fall and winter seasons. Contact the Bureau of Land Management, Safford Field Office at (928) 348-4400.

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31Redington Pass Backcountry Touring Area (Tucson)
Coronado National Forest, Santa Catalina Ranger District
Located approximately 12 miles northeast of the City of Tucson and 24 miles south of San Manuel, Redington Road is the only access into this OHV recreation and natural resource area. Motorized travel is permitted only on designated routes. The secondary dirt roads found in this touring area are very rugged, and will challenge your technical driving skills. A high ground clearance 4X4 vehicle is strongly recommended. ATV and dirt bike riders find this area just as technically challenging. This is a High Desert and oak woodland area. More information and a map. For an area brochure contact the Coronado National Forest, Santa Catalina Ranger District at (520) 749-8700.

Download Redington Pass Backcountry Map (104 KB PDF)
Download Redington Pass Backcountry Touring Area KMZ File (533 KB KMZ)
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32Pima Motorsports Park (Tucson)
Pima County
Located south of Tucson, this county-operated park includes competitive and practice/beginner motorcross tracks which only allow bikes. Other riding areas include an ATV track, cross-country trail and OHV obstacle course. This area offers ATV certification classes and is Low Desert. Park is for day use only and requires a fee. Contact the Pima County Parks and Recreation Department at (520) 877-6000.

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33Santa Rita Mountain Backcountry Touring Area (Sonoita)
Coronado National Forest, Nogales Ranger District
Just west of Highway 83 and north of Sonoita, the east side of the Santa Rita Mountains offers miles of roads in High Desert and oak woodland foothills. This area is subject to all seasons, and must avoid wet conditions. More information and a map. Contact the Coronado National Forest, Nogales Ranger District at (520) 281-2296.

Download Santa Rita Mountain Map (1.1 MB PDF)
Download Santa Rita Mountain KMZ File (Parking) (2 KB KMZ)
Download Santa Rita Mountain KMZ File (Roads) (1.1 MB KMZ)
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34South Patagonia Mountains (Sierra Vista)
Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista Ranger District
Between Nogales and Sierra Vista and east of Highway 82, the Patagonia Mountain range offers many opportunities for OHV recreation. This area includes High Desert scrub and oak woodland. This area is subject to all seasons, and you are should avoid wet conditions. Contact the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista Ranger District at (520) 378-0311. More information.

Download South Patagonia Mountains Map (147 KB PDF)
Download South Patagonia Mountains KMZ File (691 KB KMZ)
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35Great Western Trail (Statewide)
The Great Western Trail (GWT) is a long and primitive shared-use route anticipated to run from Mexico to Canada through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, and Montana. The GWT is north of Phoenix and traverses rugged and beautiful country in the Tonto, Prescott and Kaibab National Forests, as well as BLM lands on the Arizona Strip. Some segments require vehicles to be highway-licensed/legal.

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36Maverick Trail
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Lakeside Ranger District

Download Maverick Trail KMZ File (47 KB KMZ)
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37Table Mesa
BLM Hassayampa Field Office

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37Copper Canyon Trailhead
The Copper Canyon Trailhead Project is a multi-use trailhead located just outside of Camp Verde on the Prescott National Forest. The trailhead is located on Forest Road 136 and provides a connection to the Hayfield Draw OHV Area located about 10 miles away (on Highway 260) via Trail 545. FR136 provides a connection to the Great Western Trail and a scenic ride to the top of Cherry Peak.

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