Sled Springs OHV Trails

Motorcyle rider on Sled Springs OHV trails in forestThe Sled Springs OHV Trails were developed to provide a high quality recreation opportunity for a variety of trail users.  Through the dedicated efforts of several organizations, these trails are now available for use by OHV riders, hikers, horseback riders and other trail users. As a responsible recreationist you can enjoy the trails while protecting wildlife, fisheries and water quality values. 

Partnership

These trails are maintained and operated in partnership with:

Construction of approximately 45 miles of trails began in 2013 and more trails will built in the future.

Directions

From Enterprise, Oregon head north on Highway 3 (Lewiston Highway) for approximately 25 miles; Turn left on Forest Service road 027 and go 0.1 miles to the Sled Springs Staging Area. Parking is available in the large gravelled area with several trails starting near the information board.  Overnight dispersed camping is permitted however there are no toilets or drinking water at this site.

Trail Map

The 2014 Sled Springs Trail riding map (975 Kb- jpg) show the latest OHV trails, open roads, and trailheads that are available for use. [The 2013 Sled Springs Trail riding map (900 Kb- PDF) provides a comparison of the progress made in the development of riding opportuntieis in the area].





https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/wallowa-whitman/recreation/ohv/?cid=stelprd3795726