The Saunders Lake OHV Trail is 1.7 miles long and is loose sand. It begins near Crannog Road and ends at the beach. The trail is open for all off-highway vehicle classes and serves riders traveling to and from the beach. Saunders Lake OHV Trail is the closest designated OHV route to the beach for users of Coos County's Riley Ranch County Park & Campground.
The trail intersects with the following OHV Trails:
Saunders Lake OHV Trail may be accessed on its eastern end by Crannog Road, which is located on the west side of Highway 101 at Hauser, OR. The trail intersects the 430 OHV Trail, which runs north-south from Spinreel riding area to Hauser riding area.
Beach Access Limited to Protect Snowy Plovers March 15 - Sept 15
Beach access near plover nesting areas is limited during their breeding season, March 15 - September 15. In these areas, dry sand beach is CLOSED to entry. Within most plover nesting areas, dogs (on and off leash), kites (including drones), motorized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles (including bicycles) are prohibited in both dry and wet sand beach.
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