Whether two wheels or four, off-roading in Idaho is sure to please even the most adventurous rider.
Located within Boise city limits, off-road adventurists can enjoy the Boise Foothills and the Boise Ridge. These areas include some steep and tricky descents to navigate so some skill is required.
A little further away, Danskin Mountain OHV Area offers more than 160 miles of trails with grand views of the valley. Jubilee Park, located in Nampa, Idaho, is a popular motorcycle park with 370 acres of open riding. And Devil’s Corral in Twin Falls, Idaho overlooks the rugged Snake River. Open year-round, this area gives riders several hundred acres of wide 4×4 dirt roads to play on.
The Owyhee Front is a favored OHV area with more than nine trailheads to choose from that lead to hundreds of miles of trails. Some of the better-known trailheads include Hemingway Butte, Rabbit Creek, and Fossil Creek to name a few.
These are just a few of the well-known off-road areas within an hour’s drive of Boise, Idaho. Travel throughout the state and discover thousands of off-road trails and parks for every level of off-roading enthusiast.