OHV Riding & Camping

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The Daniel Boone National Forest invites users to experience more than 150 miles of Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trails. Many of these trails are also open to horses, mountain bikes and hikers; caution and courtesy must be exercised.

Some trails are multiple use, which means they are shared by two or more trail user groups such as hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicles.

Commercial outfitters or guides and groups of 75 people or more must obtain a Special Use permit. 

The Redbird C rest and White Sulphur OHV Trail are the two designated OHV trail systems on the forest. A fee pass is required for each motorized vehicle using these two trails. The pass must be visibly displayed when riding. 

Other short distance trails provide forest access for hunters and other occasional users. The list of trails below and the motor vehicle use map for each district illustrate where designated trails are located. All other areas of the forest are closed to OHV use.