OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE OPPORTUNIT
United States Forest Service
Bureau of Land Management
Oregon Parks and Recreation
Oregon Department of Forestry
Counties and Other
This map was designed to show general locations of OHV recreation sites
in Oregon. For specific directions to the site, please contact the land
manager contacts found on the back of this map.
Before you go, contact the local
agency offi ce for site specifi c maps
and other information neccessary
to plan a safe and fun trip.
ATV Per mits
UNITIES IN OREGON
ORS 821.174 Prohibition on operating Class I or III
all-terrain vehicle while driving privileges suspended.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a person
may not operate a Class I all-terrain vehicle or a Class III
all-terrain vehicle while the person’s driving privileges are
suspended or revoked. A person who violates this section
is in violation of ORS 811.175 or 811.182, as appropriate.
[1995 c.775 §7]
Always check with enforcement offi cials in the area
you wish to ride for any special re quire ments.
Permit fee: $10 (some vendors charge an extra .50)
Be aware that some areas may require a day use permit. Each site has its own policies
governing rates, locations, and activities covered. Please contact the local land manager
to see if the site you want to go to requires a pass (see below).
For more information:
Type of Pass/ Where
How to Buy/ Get
Oregon State Park
Day-use in 26 state parks
Annual - $25
2 year - $40
Daily - $3
Day-use parking permit
for all state and federal
sites on Coast along Hwy
101 corridor in Oregon
Annual - $35
Daily - $3 to $5
Northwest Forest Pass
Parking permit at National
Forest trailheads and
other USFS sites
Annual - $30
Daily - $5