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Currently ebikes are considered motorized vehicles and as such their use must comply with the Travel Management Rule which means they are restricted to designated roads and trails according to your forest’s Motor Vehicle Use Map or MVUM. They are not legal on non-motorized trails including purpose built mountain bike trails unless a forest has gone through the travel management process (NEPA, minimization criteria) to add them to a non-motorized trail. For more information on ebikes and their use on national forest lands, please visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/visit/e-bikes
There are numerous trails throughout the Forest that are marked as multi-use trails. Distances vary from 1/2 mile to nearly 30 miles. Most traverse across rolling hill terrain with many scenic areas scattered throughout. Check with the District website page for more detailed information and maps of all the available trails.
The Forest is divided into five districts: 1) Calcasieu Ranger District, Evangeline Unit is located in Rapides Parish nearest to Alexandria and Pineville, Vernon Unit in Vernon Parish nearest to Leesville; 2) Catahoula Ranger District is located in Grant Parish, nearest to Pollock, Dry Prong, and Bentley; 3) Winn Ranger District is located in Winn Parish nearest to Winnfield; 4) Kisatchie Ranger District is located in Natchitoches Parish nearest to Natchitoches; 5) Caney Ranger District is located in Webster and Claiborne Parishes, nearest to Homer, Minden, and Shreveport.