Land Management

We would like to thank the men and women that have dedicated their lives to saving our natural resources and preserving the great outdoors.


Bureau Of Land Management

"Numerous and diverse opportunities for off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation exist on BLM-managed public lands. Miles of trails and open areas await all types of OHV enthusiasts. Please obey all signs regarding the management of public lands and routes."

U.S. Forest Service

"The Forest Service manages the National Forests and Grasslands for sustainable multiple-uses to meet the diverse needs of people, ensure the health of our natural resources, provide recreational opportunities, manage wildfire, guard against invasive threats, and work with State and private forest landowners, cities and communities, and international cooperation."

Trust Lands Administration

Responsible OHV use is welcomed on most trust lands throughout the state. In order to protect your privilege to ride on trust lands, we ask that you adhere to the following:

  • Travel only on routes which have been designated as "open" pursuant to agency rules.
  • Cross-county travel is NOT allowed on trust lands, with the exception of over-snow vehicles.
    • Cross-county travel by over-snow vehicles is allowed provided that adequate snow cover exists (typically 12? or more) exists to prevent resource degradation.
  • Respect posted width designations, date & time restrictions, or other restrictions which may be in effect for an area.
  • BE SAFE. Wear a helmet and other protective gear. Know the capabilities of yourself and your equipment.
  • Leave gates as you found them.
  • Respect others and don't harass wildlife or livestock.
  • Avoid wet conditions and wheel-spin to prevent soil erosion.
  • Obey the law.