Blue Mountain OHV Trails

AKA: Oregon OHV Trailhead, Elk Creek Campground, South Fork Burnt River, South Fork Campground, Oregon Campground, South Sister Creek, Middle Sister Creek, North Sister Creek, Road Creek, Wallowa Whitman National Forest, Unity District, Whitman Ranger Distric

Summary


The Blue Mountain OHV Trail system, located in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, is a 50 mile long trail with many side loops. Most sections of the trail system are smooth with hard pack. The many bridge crossings provide nice views

{ Last know status: Open | Approximate size: 50 Mile(s) | Last updated: June 04, 2017 }

Terrain Experience Level


Expert
None
Advanced
None
Intermediate
Mostly
Beginner
Some

Terrain


Rhythm Section
Unknown
Roots
Unknown
Mud
None
Sand
Some
Jumps
None
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 Blue Mountain OHV Trails is Unity, Oregon


Google Map

View Unity, OR on Google Maps

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https://www.google.com/maps/place/Unity%2C+OR

Spark Arrestor

A spark arrestor or exhaust cap is required

Noise Limit

Limit of: 99 db

Max Vehicle Width

Max Width of: 50 inches

Open Dates

year-round

Fee for camping

Tent: $5.00, RV: $5.00, Additional vehicle: $0.00 elk creek, south fork and oregon campground fees

FS

Wallowa Whitman National Forest - Whitman Ranger District 38470 Pine Town Lane Halfway, OR 97834 (541) 523-6391


www.fs.usda.gov

No Description

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http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/wallowa-whitman/recreation/ohv/?cid=stelprdb5292558

Oregon ATV Safety Education Card (877) 772-3359 atv.info@state.or.us


www.rideatvoregon.org

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http://www.rideatvoregon.org/

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Trail Information: Oregon OHV Trailhead

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The Oregon OHV Trailhead is located along Highway 7 adjacent to the Oregon Campground. The trailhead serves as a midway access area for the Blue Mountain OHV Trail. The recreation area has a parking area, loading ramp, and an accessible vault toilet.

{ Last know status: Unknown | 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 Oregon OHV Trailhead

FS Regulation

General rules of use and restrictions apply for this developed recreation site.

Open Season

May

Forest Service Links


Forest Service Page

No Description

open link

http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/wallowa-whitman/recarea/?recid=52589


Blue Mountain OHV Trail

No Description

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http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/wallowa-whitman/recreation/ohv/recarea/?recid=52647&actid=93

Directions

From Unity, Oregon head west on Highway 26 for 12 miles towards Prairie City and John Day, Oregon; The trailhead is above the Oregon Campground entrance which is on the right side of the highway. Accessibility:

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