Millican Valley OHV Area

Terrain: The area north of Highway 20 is rockier and contains more canyons. Juniper trees abound throughout the area. The area south of Highway 20 is flatter and the soils are sandy. This location is more suited to beginning riders

 

Site Description: This high desert area, located 20 miles east of Bend, provides a wide variety of riding opportunities for both novice and experienced riders. The area north of Highway 20 is rockier and contains more canyons. Juniper trees abound throughout the area. The area south of Highway 20 is flatter and the soils are sandy. This location is more suited to beginning riders. Both areas are closed for part of the year to protect wildlife and plants at times when they are most vulnerable in this harsh climate.
Trail Uses & Sizes: Class I, II, and III ATVs are allowed on 158 miles of trails.
Season: May 1st-Nov.30 - North of Hwy. 20 / August 1st - November 30th - South of Hwy. 20
Fees: None
More Information: Central Oregon Combined OHV Operations - COHVOPS
On-Site Facilities: None
Phone Number: (541) 383-4010 - 24 Hour OHV Hotline
Address: PO Box 550
Prineville, OR 97754
Community Services: Bend
Prineville

Class 1 Permits

Class I Permit
Defined:

Operator requirements:
 
  • Youth under age 16 must be supervised by an adult over age 18 who is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the children, and ...
  • Youth and any passengers under age 18 must wear a helmet with the chin strap fastened.
  • Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.
 
 
 
    
      Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
      Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.

Class 2 Permits
 
Class II Permit
Defined:
 Jeeps traveling on an unmaintained dirt road.

Operator requirements:

  • A valid driver´s license.
  • Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.
  • Check with law enforcement officials in the area you wish to ride for any special requirements.
  • Uninsured Class II off-road vehicles should contact Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.
      Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
      Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.

Class 3 Permits
Class III Permit
Defined:

Operator requirements:
 
  • Must be at least 7 years of age
  • Youth under age 16 must be supervised by an adult over age 18 who is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the children, and ...
  • Youth and any passengers under age 18 must wear a helmet with the chin strap fastened.
  • Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.
 
 
 
    
      Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
      Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.

Telephone
541 383 4010
Land
Public
Millican Valley
Vehicles
ATV, Dirt Bike, UTV
Terrain
General Trail, Hills, Rocks, Track
Skill Level
Easy, Intermediate, Experienced
Amenities
Pets
Hours
Hours of operation: MAY 1 - NOV 30 - North of Hwy. 20
AUG 1 - NOV 30 - South of Hwy. 20
Directions
To Get There: Millican Valley
Follow US Highway 20 east from Bend toward Millican. To enter the south riding area, turn south on Evans Well Road and stop at the information board there for further directions. To enter the north area, turn north on the Cinder Pit Road and stop at the information board. Both roads are just west of Millican
Riding Requirements
Class 1 Permits

Class I Permit
Defined:

For vehicles 50" wide or less, and ...
Dry weight of 800 pounds or less.
Have saddle or seat.
Travels on three or four tires.
Meet the safety equipment standards for off road vehicles.

Operator requirements:


Youth under age 16 must be supervised by an adult over age 18 who is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the children, and ...
Youth and any passengers under age 18 must wear a helmet with the chin strap fastened.
Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.




Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.






Class 2 Permits


Class II Permit
Defined:

For vehicles more than 50" wide, or ...
Dry weight of more than 800 pounds.
Meet the safety equipment standards for off road vehicles.

Operator requirements:


A valid driver´s license.
Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.
Check with law enforcement officials in the area you wish to ride for any special requirements.
Uninsured Class II off-road vehicles should contact Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.
Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.






Class 3 Permits

Class III Permit
Defined:

For vehicles riding on two tires
Dry weight of less than 600 pounds.
Meet the safety equipment standards for off road vehicles.

Operator requirements:


Must be at least 7 years of age

Youth under age 16 must be supervised by an adult over age 18 who is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the children, and ...
Youth and any passengers under age 18 must wear a helmet with the chin strap fastened.
Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class I, II, or III ATV.




Permit fee: $10 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50)
Permit agents: See the latest permit agent list.


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