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Washington

Washington

 

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Find Opportunities for Recreation on Federal Lands

Where to Ride Articles

bullet Blue Lake Loop near Randle, WA
bullet Evans Creek, WA
bullet Foot Hills ORV Area near Port Angeles, WA
bullet Moses Lake Sand Dunes, WA
bullet Reiter Trails near Gold Bar, WA
bullet Tahuya State Forest, WA
bullet Walker Valley, near Mt. Vernon, WA

Jones Creek OHV Area

Jones Creek OHV Area
Vancouver/Camas. WA 98682
Park URL: www.jctra.org
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Nearest Town: Vancouver/Camas, Washington
Trail Length: 13+ miles
Trail Type: ATV Width
Skill Level: 4=All Types
Park Contact: This is a Washington State Department of Natural Resources recreational area.

Directions: From either northbound or southbound I-5, take I-205 exit towards Vancouver, WA. Use Hwy 500 East (Exit 30-Orchards Exit). Go east on Hwy 500 to Fourth Plain (1st light) and turn right continuing on Hwy 500 East (Camas). Go 6.3 miles, turn left on 53rd St. Go 3.2 miles, turn left on Ireland Rd. Go .3 miles turn left on Lessard Rd. Continue on Lessard Road for 4 miles and follow signs to Jones Creek ORV.
 
GPS: W122-18'39.13" N45-40'0.39"
 
Trail Description: The area contains 13+ miles of ATV width trails ranging in difficulty from begginner to advanced.  Planning is in process to expand to 40-50 plus miles over the next few years.

Info Other: Go to www.jctra.org for the most up to date trail status for the Jones Creek OHV Area.

Moses Lake Sand Dunes

Moses Lake Sand Dunes
Moses Lake, WA
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Skill Level: 4=All Types
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Directions: Four miles outside Moses Lake, Washington city limits in the sand dunes.  Drive south on Division Street or take exit 174 off of I-90 and follow signs south.

Trail Description: Sand and more sand which covers over 3,000 acres.

Info Other: The sand dunes area is located on the southern tip of Moses Lake with rolling sand dunes and great fishing and waterskiing opportunities available.  See Places to Ride: Moses Lake Sand Dunes, Washington for additional information.

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Walker Valley ORV Area

Walker Valley ORV Area
Mount Vernon, WA
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Nearest Town: Mount Vernon
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Trail Type: All types
Skill Level: 1=Beginner
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Directions: From Belfair head west on NE North Shore Road (Hwy 300). To reach the Sand Hill Gravel Pit turn right on NE Sand Hill Road and follow it up the hill to the pit on the left. For more centralized staging, continue straight on NE North Shore Road (Hwy 300) past Belfair State Park. Then turn right on Belfair Tahuya Road heading up a fairly steep hill. When you reach the top of the hill the Mission Creek staging area will be on your right. To reach Elfendahl Pass Staging Area and the campgrounds, continue straight to NE Elfendahl Pass Road. Take a right on Elfendahl Road and continue a couple miles to the Elfendahl Pass Staging Area which will be on your right.

Trail Description: Short loops of a few miles are available for mom and the kids. Those that want to spend some serious time on the trail can spend a good portion of their day on the Overland Trail which takes you far from the staging areas, but still offers a loop opportunity. Those that just want to play or watch their kids play, can visit the Sand Hill Gravel Pit (a small semi- abandoned gravel pit) which has a user-made track and various spur trails in and through the trees. Designated 4x4 trails are also open to ATV use. Tahuya State Forest consists of around 2,000 acres of riding area on forested state land.

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