All of this information and more is available at

Hansen Hollow  

41324 82nd St Spragueville, IA .  $10 a rider, 467 acres.  No requirements as far as safety equipment/registration.  Camping is allowed, $20 per person staying.  Open 8 am till dark, rain or shine. Contact info: Kenny @ 563-357-0753 or Brad @ 563-221-2946

Bluff Creek OHV Park: Located in Mahaska County southwest of Oskaloosa. This is a 350 acre park with most of the area accessible for riding. The area is an abandoned coal mine that has been developed into a riding area.

Rathbun OHV Park: Located in Appanoose County on the southwest arm of Lake Rathbun off of Highway 142. This is a 120 acre riding area located on U.S. Armp Corps of Engineers land.

Park Contact Information: South Central Dirt Riders,

Riverview OHV Park: Located on Hawthorne Street in Waterloo, Black Hawk County. This 180 acre park is surrounded by the Cedar River, which creates some nice riverside trails. There is a variety of riding throughout the park. The park now includes: 2MX tracks, a flat track, large parking lot and other features.

Park Contact Information: Trail Blazers

River Valley OHV Park: Located along the Missouri River in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County. This park is 200 acres in size and located off the Highway 275 bridge.

Park Contact Information: River Valley Trail Riders

Lakeview OHV Park: Located in Johnson County north of Iowa City. From interstate 380 take exit 10 - F12/120th Street. Go East approximately 6 miles turn right onto Ely Road NE follow Ely Road about 1.5 miles, turn right onto 140th Street, the parking lot will be on the left.

Tama County OHV Park: Located in Tama County just South of Tama on State Highway 63. This is a 300 acre park with tight wooded trails with some hills. The park includes a 15 mile perimeter trail, a kids track, and 23 campsites (10 with electric).

Park Contact Information: Club S.P.O.R.T.

Nicholson-Ford OHV Park: Located in Marshall County on the northeast side of Marshalltown. This is a 110 acre park with approximately 20 miles of tight, riverbottom, wooded trails.

Park Contact Information: Iowa River OHV Club

Gypsum City OHV Park: Located in Webster County southeast of Fort Dodge. This is a 300 acre park with 15 miles of rolling hill trails and perimeter trails. The park also includes a 15 acre, 1.5 mile MX track, a .4 mile kids track and a beginner/safety training area.

Park Contact Information: Webster County Wheelers

River Ridge Trails Inc: Located in Jackson County just 3 miles South and West of Springbrook. There are 10+ miles of trails with 10 more to come mid-summer 08. This a reservation only park. Helmets and registration are required. Riders must be 12 y/o and be accompanied by parent or guardian.

34580 100th St.
Spragueville, IA

Park Contact Information: Steve Tebbe, 563.357.3784

Tama County OHV Park - OHV Park Hotline at 1-515-281-8385.

NOTES: South of Tama, the Tama County OHV Park is a 300 acre park with tight, rolling forested trails. There is a 15 mile perimeter trail

and a kids track. The Tama County OHV Park is located just south of Tama on SR63.

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Rocky Glen OHV Park - (815) 963-8081

NOTES: Near Rockford, the 120-acre Rocky Glen OHV Park features miles of trails. In addition, Rocky Glen offers three scramble areas

of different difficulty levels: a beginners training area, an intermediate obstacle course and an advanced technical skills area. An

administrative building with restrooms, showers and plenty of parking will be built in 2006. Rocky Glen is located along the Rock River.

There is a lake on the property, plenty of open terrain, winding courses full of jumps and mature trees. Interesting vistas and variety await

you, your friends and family. To reach the park from the east: follow US90 west toward Rockford. Take US39/Route 20; travel WEST toward

Freeport. Travel approximately 5 miles west on Route 20. Just across the Rock River, exit at Route 2 (Dixon)/ Main St (Rockford) heading

NORTH. Continue north on Main St. less than a quarter mile to first stoplight, Southrock Drive. Turn EAST on Southrock at the stoplight in

back of the industrial business.

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Atkinson Motorsports Park- (309)-502-1053 -or- (309)-936-7878

NOTES: 23354 US HWY 6 Atkinson IL 61235

We are open Saturday & Sunday 10am to sun-down. If you would like to ride during the week call Vicky

ADULTS $20.00

CHILDREN 10 and under $6.00.

Illinois Department of National Resources requires annual OHV Sticker
Illinois resident: $11.00
Out of State Resident: $18.00

DNR Stickers required on all ATVs/Dirt Bikes

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Badlands Off Road Park- (765) 762-2981

NOTES: West of Attica, the Badlands Off Road Park area is a 800 acre private area for ATV riding (open to the public). There are

rolling, wooded trails through sand dunes, off-camber hills and extreme rock areas. To reach the Badlands from US74, use Exit 15.

Head north on US41 to Attica. Turn left on Sycamore Street to the 4-Way stop. Turn left for 0.5 mies to entranc on right. It is located at

3968 North Xavier Road. Note: Flags, helmets and boots required.

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St. Joe State Park - (573) 431-1069

NOTES: West of Farmington in Park Hills, the St Joe State Park has 2000 acre set aside for ATV riding. The wooded trails wind through

forest and through sand flats. There are about 800 acres of “sand-flats,” a sand-like substance of crushed limestone, which is a

lead-mining remnant. The remainder of the area is wooded hillsides that are steep in some areas. ATVs must carry a 72” high

antenna-type flag and be equipped with a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark-arrested exhaust. All riders must wear helmets, and riders

under 16 must be under adult supervision. The ORV staging area is located north of the park office and has three small shelters, vault

toilets, water, a change house, picnic tables and barbecue grills. Pim Lake and beach are adjacent to this area. To reach the park from

St. Louis, travel south on I-55. At Festus, take U.S. Hwy. 67 south to the Leadington/Park Hills exit. Turn right onto Hwy. 32 west and travel

about 3.5 miles before turning left onto Pimville Road (just before the railroad tracks). After traveling approximately two miles,

Campground 1 will be on the left. The park office, ORV riding area, lakes and day-use areas are an additional .3 mile.

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Little Sahara State Park - (580) 824-1471

NOTES: Northwest of Oklahoma City and south of Waynoka, the 1500 acre Little Sahara State Park has amazing sand dunes for ATV

riding. This is the largest dune riding area in the state. To the west and northwest are the largest dunes, offering fantastic views,

especially of sunsets with the Glass Mountains in the distance. In the middle there are cottonwood trees, yucca plants and stands of tall

grass that form trails. To reach the state park from Waynoka, head south on US281 for 4 miles. Note: the City of Waynoka permits

riding ATVs from the dunes into the town on designated routes (pickup a map from the city first). Little Sahara safety rules require all

vehicles have a whip that extends 10 feet from the ground with an orange or red flag that is a minimum 6x10 inches.
Registration of OHVs (ATVs) is not required in Oklahoma, and there is no minimum age for riding such. Muffler and spark arrestors

are required on State and Federal land and the OHV must be equipped with headlights for night riding. On-road use is prohibited with

certain exceptions, notably riding on unpaved National Forest system roads.

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Cheese Country ATV Trail - (608) 328-9430

NOTES: West of Monroe, the Cheese Country Trail is a 47 mile route along old railgrade from Mineral

Point thru Darlington to Monroe. This flat trail traversed farmland and wooded ridges. There are two parking areas to access the Cheese

Country Trails, one in Monroe and one in Mineral Point. To reach the Monroe trailhead from the south, take Hwy 69 north to Monroe. Turn

left (west) at the first stoplight, 21st St. Follow the brown ATV signs, the parking lot is at the intersection of 21st and 4th Ave west. From

the east or west on Hwy 11/81, exit Hwy 69 south. Go through two stoplights and turn right at the third stoplight onto 21st St. The parking

lot is at the intersection of 21st and 4th Ave west. To reach the Mineral Point trailhead from Hwy 151, exit # 40 in Mineral Point. The exit

curves around the Comfort Inn. Turn left and proceed south on Commerce St and turn left on Old Darlington Rd. From the south or east

(Darlington or Hollandale) on Hwy 23 - turn left (south) on Commerce St. Turn left on Old Darlington Rd.


Big horn Mountains   near Dayton Wy.

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