Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System

AKA: Little Pend Oreille Off Road Vehicle Trail System, LPO Trail System, Colville National Forest, Tiger Pass, Gillette Lake, Sherry Lake, Thomas Lake, Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, Granite Peak, Rufus Trail, Ruftrac Trail, South Fork Lost Creek, High Noo

Summary


Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System has over 67 miles of designated ORV trails plus access to nearby Batey Bould. The trails are mostly smooth and fast with some technical sections. Dispersed camping is permitted but camping can be found just a few minutes away at Beaver Lodge Resort and Lake Gillette Campground. Most of the trail system consists of narrow single track but there are some sections (#142 and #148 - Rufus Trail) that can accommodate ATVs up to 50 inches wide. Lake Gillette Campground is located near the Rufus Trailhead.

{ Last know status: Open | Approximate size: Unknown Mile(s) | Last updated: November 28, 2017 }

Terrain Experience Level


Expert
Mostly
Advanced
Mostly
Intermediate
Some
Beginner
None

Terrain


Rhythm Section
Unknown
Roots
Unknown
Mud
None
Sand
None
Jumps
Some
Hill Climbs
Some
Hard Pack
None
Gravle
Unknown
Large Loose Rocks
None
Other Hazards
Some

Allowed Vehicles


Motorcycle
Allowed
ATV
Allowed
4x4
Not Allowed
SxS
Allowed
Snowmobile
Unknown

Details


Nearest City

Nearest city to Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System is Colville, Washington


Google Map

View Colville, WA on Google Maps

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https://www.google.com/maps/place/Colville%2C+WA

Spark Arrestor

A spark arrestor or exhaust cap is required

Noise Limit

Limit of:

Max Vehicle Width

Max Width of: 50 inches

Open Dates

year-round

Fee for camping

Tent: $16.00, RV: $16.00, Additional vehicle: $8.00 lake gillette campground fee

FS

Colville National Forest 765 South Main Street Colville, WA 99114 (509) 684-7000


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http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/colville/recreation/recarea/?recid=68014&actid=93

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Trail Information: Little Pend Oreille Off Road Vehicle Trail System

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Includes trails: 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, and 148. The Little Pend Oreille trail system includes 67.5 miles of loop trails that provide access to Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, and Granite Peak. System offers several short loops on the trail which connects to the Batey-Bould trail system. Huckleberries, wild flowers and scenic views. See also:

{ Last know status: Open | Approximate size: Unknown Mile(s) | Last updated: September 02, 2016 }

Terrain Experience Level


Unknown

Terrain


Rhythm Section
Unknown
Roots
Unknown
Mud
Unknown
Sand
Unknown
Jumps
Unknown
Hill Climbs
Unknown
Hard Pack
Unknown
Gravle
Unknown
Large Loose Rocks
Unknown
Other Hazards
Unknown

Allowed Vehicles


Motorcycle
Allowed
ATV
Unknown
4x4
Unknown
SxS
Unknown
Snowmobile
Unknown

Trail Points

Known points on this trail


Trail Start

Starting point for Little Pend Oreille Off Road Vehicle Trail System

Open Season

Spring

Forest Service Links


Forest Service Page

No Description

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http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/colville/recarea/?recid=68014


Rufus Trail PDF

No Description

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http://www.mapmet.com/Trails/RufusTrail.pdf

Directions

Mill Creek- travel state Route 20 for 26 miles east of Colville and then follow county road 4954 for 1/4 miles to trail head. Clark Creek- travel state Route 20 for 20 miles east of Colville and turn on Forest Service road 2389. Frater Lake- travel state Route 20 for 29 miles east of Coville. Trailhead is adjacent to state Route 20. From Colville, WA:  Trun right at the 2nd corss street onto WA-20 E/E 3rd Ave continue for 24.5 miles.  Turn left onto S Fork Mill Creek Rd for 0.2 miles.  Turn left onto Rada

General Notes

USGS Map: Lake Gillette 30

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