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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.
Park Contact Information: Steve Tebbe, 563.357.3784
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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.