Danskin Mountain OHV Area Trail(s)
Danskin Trail System normally opens April 11.
Weather and conditions permitting, the Danskin Trail System is normally open from April 11 to January 1. Check with the Mountain Home Ranger District for updates. 208-587-7961
The Danskin OHV Area Trails encompasse 60,000 acres and provide more than 150 miles of Off-Highway Motorcycle (OHM) and All-terrain Vehicle (ATV) trails in a mountainous, high desert setting.
Trails of varying difficulty from ""Easiest"" to ""Most Difficult"" occur within the area providing recreation opportunities for riders of all skill levels.
The area is composed of predominantly National Forest System land, but includes State of Idaho Endowment land and land administered by the Bureau of Land Management.
There are also several private land parcels within the area. Motorized use is limited to OHMs and ATVs less than 50 inches wide on designated trails only.
There are three main sections of the Danskin Trail System and three main access trailheads named with 300, 400 and 500 numbers.
The Danskin #300 group is accessed at the Bender Creek Trailhead. (Latitude 43.52809 / Longitude -115.86913).
The Danskin #400 group is accessed at the Willow Creek Trailhead. (Latitude 43.53598 / Longitude -115.81146).
The Danskin #500 group is accessed at the Three Point Mountain Trailhead. (Lattitude 43.49981 / Longitude -115.92080).
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||The Danskin Trail System normally opens April 11.|
|Closest Towns:||Mountain Home, Idaho|
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