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  • Where to Ride
    Oregon has a diverse range of OHV riding opportunities, from the High Desert to the Coast Range and everything in between. Check with the land manager for riding area information before you head out.

    With the Forest Service's Travel Management rule, it is imperative you contact the appropriate Forest Service office to obtain a Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) to know where you can legally ride on Forest Service lands.

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  • Side-by-side input needed



    COHVOPS (Combined OHV Operations) has recently been very active identifying and providing additional Class IV ATV (Side-by-side) trail opportunities in Central Oregon. User input has played a critical role in this process, and the agency continues to seek input from Class IV users to identify, clear, and sign new routes, as well as volunteer for trail work.  For more information, email Brent Jenkins at cbjenkins@fs.fed.us
  • Getting Involved
    Trail Maintenance
    Interested in volunteer opportunities to help with trail maintenance? Looking for an OHV club in your area to join or to attend OHV events? Want to know how you can help keep OHV areas open?
ATV Classifications 




Whether you ride a Class I, II, III, or IV ATV, here is information about the requirements for each.

A Trained Rider Is A Safer Rider!


Permits & Permit Agents



Anyone operating their Class I, II, III, or IV ATV on public lands needs to have an ATV Permit. Below are links for information about what they are and where to buy them, the different classes of ATVs, rider operating requirements, and reciprocity.

Where to Ride
Resources & Links

Looking for information about laws and rules, volunteering for trail projects, or more? Above are some links that may be helpful.