Huckleberry Flats OHV Trail
Welcome to the Huckleberry Flats OHVTrail!
This OHV trail system is operated and maintained by the US Forest Service in partnership with the Emerald Trail Riders Association (ETRA) and the State of Oregon ATV Fund. ETRA and the Forest Service will do all they can to ensure proper maintenance and care of the facilities, but a large burden of responsibility will rest with YOU, the user.
By practicing safe and established riding techniques, obeying traffic control signs, showing courtesy to other riders and packing out trash, we can ensure the future existence of the trail. Have a safe, enjoyable ride and remember to...
The Huckleberry Flats OHV Trail parking and picnic areas are DAY USE ONLY facilities. If you stay the night, please choose a dispersed campsite away from the parking area. Doing so will limit parking congestion and safety hazards.
Trail Design and Use
This trail system is open to Class I and Class III vehicles. It is closed to Class II motorized vehicles, bicycle, horse and hiker use.
Although throughout the designated trail area there are a number of two-way shared-use native surface and gravel roads, this is a one way system.
Consult map for direction of travel.
Trail condition 24 hr. recorded message
During summer months, check our Fire Section for possible closures due to high fire danger.
Additional condition information is available from our Current Conditions page. This page has general forest conditions. Your best information for the Huckleberry Trail is available from the recorded message listed above.
In the event of a medical emergency, be aware that cellular phone service is not reliable in the trail area; you may need to drive to the county road (or farther) to make a call to 911.
Emergency medical assistance is also available at the Oakridge Fire Department, 47592 Highway 58.
Rules for Riding
OHVs are a great way to combine America’s love of motor vehicles with the love of the outdoors. To make your time in the outdoors safe as well as enjoyable, you need to know the laws governing OHV use on public land and etiquette for riding. The cornerstone of any outdoor recreation activity is respect: respect for yourself; respect for others and respect for the environment. See Tread Lightly's Tips for Responsible ATV Riding (pdf document) or visit their website (http://www.treadlightly.org/)
The State of Oregon establishes and administers OHV permits and regulations. You can find more information, including lists of OHV permit vendors and vehicle class definitions, age requirements and who can ride, on the Oregon State Parks website (http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/ATV/) or by calling Oregon Parks and Recreation Department information center at 1.800.551.6949.
Required to ride...
- A muffler that complies with Oregon's 99db sound limit
- A valid ATV permit sticker affixed to your vehicle.
- A USDA approved spark arrester.
And remember whenever you ride:
- Don't ever ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Always wear safety gear
- Be respectful of other forest visitors