Below are OHV venues located on public lands in Texas where OHV recreation is allowed and the Texas OHV decal is required to trail ride.
¹ Motorized use on the National Forests & Grasslands in Texas is allowed only on designated roads, or trails, as shown on the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). The MVUM is available on the website www.fs.fed.us/r8/texas or by calling the appropriate District Office (Supervisors Office is 936-639-8501). Only street legal vehicles are allowed on roads. The only motorized trail (for ATVs and motorcycles) is the 85-mile Sam Houston Multiple-Use Trail. Cross-country motorized use, for any reason including game retrieval is not allowed.
Please Note: Including an OHV venue on this list DOES NOT constitute legal OHV access to an area if legal access for OHV recreation does not currently exist. Contact the venue operators to determine if an area is currently open to OHV recreation. This list is subject to change at any time as revisions are needed.
The Texas Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Program was created to provide family-oriented OHV trail riding opportunities which are safer and will serve as a positive force for conservation of the natural and cultural resources of Texas.