Safe and sustainable OFF-ROAD VEHICLE (ORV) RIDING on DNR-managed lands
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Safe and sustainable OFF-ROAD VEHICLE (ORV) RIDING on DNR-managed lands 
 

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RESOURCES FOR OFF-ROAD VEHICLE (ORV) RIDERS

Trails ethics, etiquette

  • Tread Lightly. This organization provides tips on responsible recreation for a variety of off-road vehicle (ORV) riding activities.

Washington Organizations

DNR Recreation Resources

  • Where to Recreate on DNR-managed Lands. Where DNR's recreation areas and trails are located, what sites are open or closed, and other relevant information.
  • DNR Maps. Download or purchase a variety of maps including quandrangle, state forest, and trail maps.
  • DNR's Recreation Guide. Statewide map of DNR's designated recreation areas. Provides a key to the different type of recreation uses permitted in each area and driving directions.
  • Safety Video: Spark Arrestors. DNR's video explaining the requirement to have spark arrestors on ORVs while recreating on DNR-managed lands.
  • What's required? Pass or License? Find out if you need ORV tabs, a license, or an extra Discover Pass for your rig on DNR's blog.

 

 

 

 

 

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 Contacts

General Recreation Contact
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
recreation@dnr.wa.gov

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 Related Links

Recreation Rules for Off-road Riding