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Motorized Trail Use on DNR-managed Lands

Your guide to fun and safe motorized recreation on DNR-managed lands.
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Washington DNR

on 29 August 2017

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Your guide to fun and safe motorized recreation on DNR-managed lands.
Ride on trails that fit your ORV.
Don't drive with a child in front of you
or with another person unless your ORV fits more than one rider.
On ORV roads, children under 16 can drive an ORV when they are with someone 18 years or older with a valid license.
Wear a
DOT-approved helmet.
For extra safety, wear a full-face helmet and other protective gear.
Check your gear before you ride.
ATV trail
Buckle up when using a 4x4.
Protect the environment and natural resources by staying on designated roads and trails.
Vehicles should have tabs and stickers and be registered.
Prevent wildfire. Have a working spark arrestor on your ATV or motorbike.
DNR offers more than 400 miles of motorized recreation trails.
Tread lightly.
Don't create trails without approval from DNR.
Tahuya State Forest
Reiter Foothills Forest
Yacolt Burn State Forest
Elbe Hills State Forest
Ahtanum State Forest
Capitol State Forest
Be Safe. Have fun.
www.dnr.wa.gov
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Sadie Creek
Little Pend Oreille Trail System
Beverly Dunes
Walker Valley ORV Area
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