OHV Trail Status
NOTE: Trail status may change depending on excessive rainfall in the area. Please call the OHV Hotline at 1-866-830-6467 for current updates. The status of the trails is valid regardless of the date listed on the website or hotline. Please understand we do our very best to keep this information up-to-date and current; however, sometimes circumstances cause the District to close the trail and there is a time delay in updating the website and hotline. Typically, if the trail is open Friday afternoon, it will remain open the entire weekend. To confirm status of the trails during the week, please call the appropriate Ranger District office listed. During the weekend, you may Facebook message us, but there may be a delay in a response.
Kisatchie’s Multiple-Use Trails are enjoyed by OHV riders, hikers, mountain bike riders, horseback riders, and e-bike users, so please be kind as you share these trails.
Off-Highway Vehicle Trail Status for Kisatchie National Forest as of June 27, 2022:
Calcasieu Ranger District (318-793-9427)
Claiborne Multiple-Use Trail System is OPEN.
· North Loop – 32 miles
· Woodworth Loop – 20 miles
· Boy Scout Loop (single track) – 30 miles
Enduro Multiple-Use Trail System is CLOSED due to Hurricane damage. There is no estimate on when the trail will be reopened. It was destroyed and will need to be reconstructed. The District is looking into the possibility to take this unexpected opportunity nature has provided to widen the trail to accommodate larger side-by-side vehicles.
· South Loop – 5 miles
· Fullerton Loop – 15 miles
· Mogul Loop – 19 miles
Catahoula Ranger District (318-765-3554)
Livingston Multiple-Use Trail System is CLOSED due to Hurricane damage. Hurricane recovery funds have finally been received and repairs to the trail and bridges are underway; however, no definite estimate on a date of reopening.
· Little Creek Trail – 22 miles
· Hickman Trail – 12 miles
Kisatchie Ranger District (318-472-1840)
Sandstone Multiple-Use Trail System is OPEN.
· North Loop – 16 miles
· South Loop – 15 miles
· Cut-Across Trail – 5 miles
Winn Ranger District (318-628-4664)
No OHV Trails, but does host the Gum Springs Horse Trail.
Caney Ranger District (318-927-2061)
No OHV Trails, but does host the Sugar Cane National Recreation Hiking Trail.