Off Highway Vehicle Management Plan Now in Effect for Mt. Hood National Forest
Helpful OHV Links
Link to Mt. Hood's Motor Vehicle Map & Guide (2011)
Link to Information Related to McCubbins Gulch Campground
Link to Information Related to McCubbins Gulch Overflow Campground
Link to Information Related to McCubbins Gulch Day Use OHV Picnic Site
Link to Operator Responsibilities
Link to Seasonal and Special Use Designations
Tools to Using the Motor Vehicle Use Map
Link to Key Locator Grid Map
Link to Additional Information within the Motor Vehicle Use Map
Link to Roads Too Short to Be Seen Clearly on the Map
After several years of hard work on the part of the public and the Forest Service, the Off-Highway Vehicle Management Plan is now in effect on Mt. Hood National Forest. The result of the Off-Highway Vehicle Management Plan is the Motor Vehicle Use Map.
The 2005 Travel Management Rule directed each national forest to designate roads, trails, and locations that are open to motor vehicles. All roads and areas on Mt. Hood National Forest are closed to motor vehicles unless designated open and depicted open to motor vehicles on the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM).
The Motor Vehicle Use Map will be used as a tool to guide OHV users to legal motorized locations on Mt. Hood National Forest. The Motor Vehicle Use Map will also be the enforcement tool used to enforce where motor vehicles can legally travel while on Mt. Hood National Forest.
On this web site, the Motor Vehicle Use Map consists of many different documents (PDF format)/individual maps layed out in a grid of maps covering Mt. Hood National Forest (similar to an atlas). Please use the PDF document below labeled "Key Locator Grid Map" to help find the specific location of Mt. Hood National Forest in which you're interested. (Suggestion: you may find it helpful to also refer to a separate map of Mt. Hood National Forest while using the Key Locator Grid Map to find the specific area in which you're interested.)
There are now three locations on Mt. Hood National Forest in which OHV vehicles can be used:
Westside of Mt. Hood
Eastside of Mt. Hood
Our Motor Vehicle User Map is being updated. We're hoping to have a new version with update road and recreational information next year. In the mean time, please use the links below to access maps of the OHV areas on the Eastside of Mt. Hood.
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Map C2 Map C3 Map C4 Map C5 Map C6 Map C7
Map C8 Map C9
Map D2 Map D3 Map D4 Map D5 Map D6 Map D7
Map D8 Map D9
Map E2 Map E3 Map E4 Map E5 Map E6 Map E7
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Map F1 Map F2 Map F3 Map F4 Map F5 Map F6
Map F7 Map F8
Map G2 Map G3 Map G4 Map G5 Map G6
Map H2 Map H3 Map H4 Map H6 Map H7
Map I3 Map I4 Map I5 Map I6