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Off road trails near Sacramento, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Sacramento, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Sacramento, California.

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Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Sacramento, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Sacramento, California is Prairie City SVRA located 25 miles east of Sacramento. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable. Prairie City SVRA takes its name from the gold rush community that was located just northeast of the present-day park. Today, the only reminders of that 1850s community are some old mine tailings and a historical marker, California Historical Landmark #464, which is located at the intersection of Prairie City Road and U.S. 50. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Prairie City SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Sacramento, California is Parks Bar inside the Goldfields Recreational Area located 59 miles northeast of Sacramento.  Parks Bar consists of miles and miles of gravel and hills from centuries old mining tailings.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Sacramento, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Sacramento, California is Pine Needle Flat Campground located 108 miles southeast of Sacramento. You will begin following the river and have to navigate a couple of rock gardens that are slightly sloped and a bit steep. soon you will cross rattlesnake creek so keep going until the trail dead ends at the stanislaus river where you can set up campMost 4x4s will have no problem with this trail, but it is narrow at some parts so jeeps work the best. The entire trail is only about 4 miles long and only takes an hour or two..  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Sacramento, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

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Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Long Beach, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Long Beach, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Long Beach, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Long Beach, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Long Beach, California is Beford fire road located 52 miles east of Long Beach. It is a fire road and the gate is closed most of the time, so I suggest you keep reading for the next closest off road trail to Long Beach, CA.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Bedford and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Long Beach, California is Margarita Road located 84 miles southeast of Long Beach. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spots and a little bit of added clearance from tires or a small lift. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Long Beach, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Long Beach, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail located 96 miles east of Long Beach. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Long Beach, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

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Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Bakersfield, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Bakersfield, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Bakersfield, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Bakersfield, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Bakersfield, California is Cuyama Peak Trail located 50 miles southwests of Bakersfield. Cuyama Peak Trail climbs a long spur to the old lookout tower on Cuyama Peak. The lookout is not maintained and the road up to it sees correspondingly little maintenance, making it rougher than many other such lookout trails. The trail leaves California 33 at an unmarked intersection south of marked Ballinger Canyon Road. The sandy trail runs across a river flat before crossing the wide, sandy wash of the Cuyama River. It then joins the paved Santa Barbara Canyon Road. If the Cuyama River crossing is impassable for any reason, an alternative entry/exit to the trail can be found at the junction of Santa Barbara Canyon Road and California 166, a couple of miles east of New Cuyama. This route is longer but avoids the sandy river crossing. Special Attractions: Cuyama Peak Fire Lookout and shingle cabin; Rough, unmaintained shelf road climbing to Cuyama Peak; Popular trail for hunters (in season) and bird-watchers. High-clearance 4WDs are preferred, but any high-clearance vehicle is acceptable. Expect a rough road surface; mud and sand are possible but will be easily passable. You may encounter rocks up to 6 inches in diameter, a loose road surface, and shelf roads, though these will be wide enough for passing or will have adequate pull-offs.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Cuyama Peak and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Bakersfield, California is Freeway Ridge located 52 miles south of Bakersfield. Start of Freeway Ridge is conveniently located just off Highway 178 southwest of Lake Isabella. The trail climbs rapidly with outstanding views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Lake Isabella is a popular recreation area offering fishing, boating, water skiing, camping and picnicking. Consistent strong afternoon winds make the lake popular for wind surfing. Very steep and washed out with occasional rock obstacles. Avoid when wet. Drivers should pay close attention to deep ruts on steepest slopes where a misplaced tire can quickly lead to a rollover. The worst stretch is descending Borderline Trail, which has places barely wide enough for a Jeep. This trail is used mostly by ATVs, dirt bikes and the occasional risk-taking four wheeler. Borderline Trail is very prone to washouts.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Bakersfield, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Bakersfield, California is Hungry Valley SVRA located 50 miles south of Bakersfield. All levels of OHV operator skills will be challenged by the wide variety of terrain and trails at Hungry Valley SVRA. Elevations at Hungry Valley range from 3,000 to nearly 6,000 feet. Occasional snowfalls occur during the winter. Summers are most often hot, dry and dusty. The most pleasant times of the year for OHV fun are during the Spring and Fall months when the temperatures are mild and occasional rain showers make for good traction and reduced dust. Nighttime temperatures often drop below freezing in the Spring and Fall, as well as during the Winter. The wide variety of trails at Hungry Valley provides excitement for both beginner and experienced off-roaders. For experienced OHVers challenging trails can be found in the hills and sand washes of the back- country section of the SVRA. Beginners can enjoy the scenery and relative ease of the trails in the Native Grasslands Management Area. Trails in the adjoining Los Padres National Forest are recommended for experienced riders only. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Bakersfield, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Modesto, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Modesto, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Modesto, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Modesto, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Modesto, California is Hollister Hills SVRA located 90 miles south of Modesto. This off road trail for Jeeps, trucks, and other 4x4s is located in Hollister, CA; however, it was uploaded without a description. If you can help provide some information about Hollister Hills SVRA, please Edit to share your trail knowledge with the community!  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Hollister Hills SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Modesto, California is Pine Needle Flat Campground located 90 miles northeast of Modesto. You will begin following the river and have to navigate a couple of rock gardens that are slightly sloped and a bit steep. soon you will cross rattlesnake creek so keep going until the trail dead ends at the stanislaus river where you can set up campMost 4x4s will have no problem with this trail, but it is narrow at some parts so jeeps work the best. The entire trail is only about 4 miles long and only takes an hour or two. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Modesto, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Modesto, California is Coyote Lake Trail located 158 miles south of Modesto. The longest trail in the Red Mountain area with excellent camping and fishing. Difficult part measures 3.8 miles one way. Coyote Lake, because it is the largest and deepest lake, has the best fishing. A great weekend trip. Popular winter sports area. Signs mounted high on trees are for snowmobiles.  There are several more off road trails in this area, so don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Modesto, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

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Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Sioux Falls, South Dakota - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Sioux Falls, South Dakota?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Sioux Falls, South Dakota is Big Elk Park located 115 miles south of Sioux Falls. Big Elk Park is outside a town called Macy NE.(Exit 112 off of I29) It is on an Indian Reservation.(be very careful to abide by their rules as they are a soverign nation) A yearly trail use permit is required at $30 and the renewal date is sept 30 every year. Although day passes can be purchased as well. There is camping, showers, cabins, with elec and ac, large pull ins for campersetc. There are lots of motorcycle and atv trails, and some larger 2 track trails as well. Lots of beautiful scenery, sandstone cliffs, Indian historical sites, Holy Fireplace( an amazing lookout point ) direct river access with boats and beach access, and they raise buffalo too. There is also a rather large and wicked offroad park 20 mins east from Big Elk, named Tiber Ridge Ranch (located in Iowa by membership only).  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Big Elk Park and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Sioux Falls, South Dakota is Timber Ridge Ranch located 134 miles south of Sioux Falls. Over 100 acres of off road trails are what this midwest off road park has to offer.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Sioux Falls, South Dakota have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Sioux Falls, South Dakota is Appleton Area Recreational Park located 154 miles north of Sioux Falls. Once an old gravel mine, the Appleton Area Recreational Park covers 330 acres, including 20 miles of trails.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

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Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Rapid City, South Dakota - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Rapid City, South Dakota?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Rapid City, South Dakota.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Rapid City, South Dakota.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Rapid City, South Dakota is in Black Hills National Forest located 35 miles West of Rapid City for a drivetime of 52 minutes. There are 1.2 million beautiful acres of the Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota. And off-road enthusiasts can access and enjoy many thousands of those acres by using the Black Hills National Forest Motorized Trail System – consisting of over 3,600 miles of roads and over 600 miles of trails for ATV, UTV and other off-road riders. Included are 90 miles of single-track trails for motorcycles; 347 miles of trails for vehicles 62 inches and less in width in South Dakota; and 72 miles of trails for vehicles 50 inches and less in width in Wyoming. There is also 148 miles of trails open to all. The system incorporates a large number of looped trails and includes parking access from 20 trail heads. It is important to obtain the most current Black Hills Forest Service map when you come to the Black Hills to ride which you can find here. The map is updated annually to correct mapping errors, add newly constructed motorized trails or remove motorized trails that are in timber sale areas. Routes are not always signed on the ground, but will be identified on the map. It is your responsibility to stay on the designated trails & The Black Hills National Forest encourages all motorized users to follow the Tread Lightly! You can see what other wheelers are saying about Big Elk Park and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

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The next offroad trail near Rapid City, South Dakota is Castle Peak Road located 33 miles West of Rapid City for a drivetime of 56 minutes.  Castle Peak Rd. is an 11 mile trail that is very scenic and follows a river the entire way. This trail includes: several shallow water crossings if it has rained recently, lots of great spots to pull over and explore the mountains, and is not technical at all. There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Rapid City, South Dakota have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Rapid City, South Dakota is the Camp 5 Trail located 35 miles North of Rapid City for a drivetime of 35 minutes.  We don't have alot of information on this area besides that every type of trail is offered, and that it is recommend to get trail permit and maps at nearby DNR office. If you know more information about the Camp 5 Trail, then please add a review or more information to its trail listing on Where2Wheel trails map here. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Rapid City, South Dakota.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Rapid City, South Dakota.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Bismarck, North Dakota - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Bismarck, North Dakota?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Bismarck, North Dakota.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Bismarck, North Dakota.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Bismarck, North Dakota is Kimball Bottom OHV Area located 11 miles south of Bismarck. A great outdoors area with up to 400 acres of beautiful land to enjoy.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Kimball Bottom OHV Area and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Bismarck, North Dakota is Rough Rider OHV Trail  located 35 miles south of Bismarck. The Rough Rider OHV Trail is a railroad bed converted into a trail for off-highway vehicle (OHV) use all year long. It is a 16 mile trail which winds along the scenic Missouri River. There are many areas to pull off and rest and/or take in the views. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Bismarck, North Dakota have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Bismarck, North Dakota is Appleton Area Recreational Park located 300 miles southeast of Sioux Falls. Once an old gravel mine, the Appleton Area Recreational Park covers 330 acres, including 20 miles of trails. Also worth noting is Camp 5 Trail located 285 miles south of Bismarck. Every type of trail is offered at Camp 5, and it is recommend to get a trail permit and maps at nearby DNR office.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Bismarck, North Dakota.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Fargo, North Dakota - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Fargo, North Dakota?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Fargo, North Dakota.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Fargo, North Dakota.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Fargo, North Dakota is Spider Lake Trails located 118 miles east of Fargo. The Spider Lake Trails travel 29 miles throughout Foot Hills State Forest. From smooth and sandy to rough and rocky, the trails provide a challenging ride as they curve around lakes and ponds, follow ridges, and traverse several hills and slopes throughout the forest.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Spider Lake Trails and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

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The next offroad trail near Fargo, North Dakota is Appleton Park located 139 miles south of Fargo. Once an old gravel mine, the Appleton Area Recreational Park covers 330 acres, including 20 miles of trails.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Fargo, North Dakota have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Fargo, North Dakota is Rough Rider OHV Trail located 230 miles west of Fargo. The Roughrider OHV Trail is a railroad bed converted into a trail for off-highway vehicle (OHV) use all year long. It is a 16 mile trail which winds along the scenic Missouri River. There are many areas to pull off and rest and/or take in the views. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Fargo, North Dakota.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Fargo, North Dakota.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Missoula, Montana - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Missoula, Montana?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Missoula, Montana.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Missoula, Montana.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Missoula, Montana is Albicaulis Lake located 111 miles southeast of Missoula for a drivetime of 2 hours and 11 minutes. Another trail to access some lakes for camping or fishing.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Albicaulis Lake and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

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The next offroad trail near Missoula, Montana is Dempsey Cr./Elliot Lakes located 95 miles southeast of Missoula for a drive time of 1 hours and 32 minutes.  Elliot Lakes is a great and easy trail in Montana.  We dont have much information on this trail besides that while it is a slow trail, it is worth it and has access to several lakes, and fishing & camping sites.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Missoula, Montana have been added, so click here to view the W2W map.

The last offroad trail near Missoula, Montana is the The Magruder Corridor (Montana Road) located 111 miles south of Missoula for a drive time of 2 hours and 56 minutes. The Magruder Road Corridor extends 95 miles through a vast undeveloped area, offering many items to "play on", lots of tough terrain, steep slopes, and rugged roads to traverse. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Missoula, Montana.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Missoula, Montana.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel or check out the site anytime.

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Off road trails near Great Falls, Montana - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Great Falls, Montana?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Great Falls, Montana.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Great Falls, Montana.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Great Falls, Montana is the Middle Fork Judith River located 95 miles southeast of Great Falls. The Judith River is a fairly difficult, rocky, rooty, steep, river crossings, VERY cool. Would not recommend without lockers though.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about the Judith River and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

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The next offroad trail near Great Falls, Montana is Tizer Trail located 117 miles south of Great Falls. This is a moderate trail with some water crossings, rock obstacles and boulders to play on. I would suggest bringing someone with you because some aspects of this trail get very tricky and challenging fast. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Great Falls, Montana have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Great Falls, Montana is Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest located 141 miles S Great Falls. Elliot Lakes for a drivetime of two hours and ninteen minutes.  A lot of the trails were recently updated! The ride to Deer Head Lake is popular, as is Birch Creek to Bond Lake. Further up Birch Creek, past the Aspen Picnic Area take a right on Willow Creek. The North Creek trail goes north to Lost Creek or you can loop back between Twin Adams Mountains to Cow Camp Creek and back to the Willow Creek Road. Some of the recommended Roads to ride on are: Between Birch Creek and Polaris there are miles of OHV roads, and many high mountain lakes. A favorite is the OHV trail from Kelly Reservoir to Esler Lake. South of Wise River are many OHV routes around Vipond Park, Canyon Creek, and routes along the Pioneer Scenic Byway. Whitetail Pipestone is a popular riding and driving area east of Butte, north of I-90. A good map reader can navigate several loop routes from Lemhi Pass to the south, incorporating one of motorized sections of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. Or further south, from Big Sheep Creek Road to Bannack Pass, south to Buffalo Springs, and roads on Whitepine Ridge and back to Big Sheep creek. There are also many routes in the Tendoys around Muddy Creek off of the Sheep Creek Road. From Morrison Lake to the north the CDNST is motorized and the drive or ride to Hildreth Creek is spectacular. This area has several different trails that you can tackle. This is definitely a day trip, if not several days if you want to try out all the trails! Please remember to stay the trail and respect the land! FYI: In Montana, an OHV Registration decal is needed to ride trails on National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, or State lands - you can get decals here. Lastly, vehicles must be street legal with license plates if you plan to ride on public roads, including two-track 4x4 roads. and you. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Great Falls, Montana.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Great Falls, Montana.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel or check out the site anytime.

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Off road trails near Billings, Montana - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Billings, Montana?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Billings, Montana.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Billings, Montana.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Billings, Montana is Montana Offroad Extreme (MORE) located 9 miles southwest of Billings. for a drivetime of 13 minutes. Montana Offroad Extreme is a short offroad course.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Montana Offroad Extreme by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here. You can also learn more about MORE on their website.

The next offroad trail near Billings, Montana is Custer National Forest located 69 miles southwest of Billings for a drive time of 1 hours and 12 minutes. The Custer National Forest links in with the Gallatin National Forest. This area has several different trails throughout for the avid off-roader to spend days exploring. There are mudholes, to water crossings, to rock crawling and obstacles, to steep inclines and slopes. I would say these trails range from beginner to moderate with maybe a few challenging ones thrown in as well.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Billings, Montana have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Billings, Montana is Morrison Jeep Trail located 87 miles southeast of Billings for a drive time of 1 hours and 27 minutes. This is a jeep trail that goes from the top of the Beartooth mountain range down to the valley below if you go all the way. The trail drops drastically at 8 miles from the trailhead. This is the point of no return. You can turn and go back to the parking lot or continue down the mountain. If you go down, you will not come back up. The climb is brutal, long and hard. You will push your vehicle most of the way. The ride starts somewhere between 8,500 and 9,000 feet in elevation and crosses 10,000 feet. There are a couple very technical and rocky climbs and a handful of grinders that are long and straight, but this is where you cross the 10,000 foot mark so the oxygen is limited. When you get to the Sawtooth Meadow sign (approx. 4 miles from trail head), you will have just crossed a stream. Before the stream crossing, you can also follow the trail back for an alternate route. It is marked with a Forest Service trail post. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Billings, Montana.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Billings, Montana.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel or check out the site anytime.

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Off road trails near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Broken Arrow, OK?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Broken Arrow, OK.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is White Water ORV Park located 17 miles W of Broken Arrow for a drivetime of 19  minutes. White Water ORV Area consists of 80 acres of open land located next to the Keystone Dam and is along the Arkansas River. It is open to all vehicle types and is a popular spot among the 4x4 community! Towards the back of the park there are some steep hill climbs. You can see what other wheelers are saying about White Water ORV Area and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is Camp Gruber ORV Area located 60 miles SE of Broken Arrow for a drive time of 57 minutes. Camp Gruber ORV Area has trails, creek crossings, and steep hill climbs. The trails here are extra fun because they are so tight. They are very challenging and offer something different than the normal wooded trail. The staircase is a lot of fun and an obstacle that you definitely want to hit before you leave! Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is Hogan's Offroad Park located 66 miles NE of Broken Arrow for a drive time of one hour and seven minutes.  Hogan's Offroad Park boasts over 25 miles of woods, trails, mud pits, waterholes, and a rock crawling area! This park is a lot of fun and has enough to do for a whole day! There are areas where more expertise is required, but there are also easier areas (some of the trails). I would not recommend taking a stock rig to this park though!!! Check out their Facebook Page for more information before heading out, and don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and for more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Tulsa, Oklahoma - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Tulsa, OK?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Tulsa, OK.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Tulsa, Oklahoma is White Water ORV Park located 17 miles W of Tulsa for a drivetime of 19  minutes. White Water ORV Area consists of 80 acres of open land located next to the Keystone Dam and is along the Arkansas River. It is open to all vehicle types and is a popular spot among the 4x4 community! Towards the back of the park there are some steep hill climbs. You can see what other wheelers are saying about White Water ORV Area and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Tulsa, Oklahoma is Camp Gruber ORV Area located 60 miles SE of Tulsa for a drive time of 57 minutes. Camp Gruber ORV Area has trails, creek crossings, and steep hill climbs. The trails here are extra fun because they are so tight. They are very challenging and offer something different than the normal wooded trail. The staircase is a lot of fun and an obstacle that you definitely want to hit before you leave! Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Tulsa, Oklahoma have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Tulsa, Oklahoma is Hogan's Offroad Park located 66 miles NE of Tulsa for a drive time of one hour and seven minutes.  Hogan's Offroad Park boasts over 25 miles of woods, trails, mud pits, waterholes, and a rock crawling area! This park is a lot of fun and has enough to do for a whole day! There are areas where more expertise is required, but there are also easier areas (some of the trails). I would not recommend taking a stock rig to this park though!!! Check out their Facebook Page for more information before heading out, and don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Tulsa, Oklahoma.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Tulsa, Oklahoma and for more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Norman, Oklahoma - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Norman, OK?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Norman, Oklahoma.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Norman, OK.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Norman, Oklahoma is White Water ORV Park located 103 miles NE of Norman for a drivetime of one hour and thirty-five minutes. White Water ORV Area consists of 80 acres of open land located next to the Keystone Dam and is along the Arkansas River. It is open to all vehicle types and is a popular spot among the 4x4 community! Towards the back of the park there are some steep hill climbs. You can see what other wheelers are saying about White Water ORV Area and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Norman, Oklahoma is Camp Gruber ORV Area located 154 miles E of Norman for a drive time of two hours and eighteen minutes. Camp Gruber ORV Area has trails, creek crossings, and steep hill climbs. The trails here are extra fun because they are so tight. They are very challenging and offer something different than the normal wooded trail. The staircase is a lot of fun and an obstacle that you definitely want to hit before you leave! Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Norman, Oklahoma have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Norman, Oklahoma is Redneck Offroad Haven located 111 miles S of Norman for a drive time of one hour and forty-six minutes.  Redneck Offroad Haven is a recreational park located in Mannsville, Oklahoma that offers 220 acres of mud pits, trails, hills, camp sites, creeks and more! The park is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Cost to enter the park is $10 per person. Check out their Facebook Page for more information before heading out, and don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Norman, Oklahoma.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Norman, Oklahoma and for more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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