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OHV Rules and Regulations

  • No hiking or biking on the OHV trail system.
  • Always operate your trail vehicle in a safe and responsible manner . Do not be a danger to yourself or others.
  • The speed limit on access trails and roads is 15 MPH.
  • Trails are all two-way traffic. Be cautious on trail access roads and where sight lines are limited
  • Riders younger than 14 years of age must ride age-appropriately sized ATVs. Younger riders riding adult sized machines is prohibited.
    • Ages 6-11: Under 70cc
    • Ages 12-13: 70cc-90cc
    • Ages 14 and older: Over 90cc
  • A person may not operate, ride, or be carried on an Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) on this trail system unless the person is using:
    • A DOT-approved safety helmet,
    • Eye protection (goggles or safety glasses),
    • Seat belts, if the vehicle is equipped with seat belts by the manufacturer, and
    • Any vehicle used on the trail system must have a current Texas Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) program decal properly mounted on the vehicle BEFORE the vehicle is used on the trail.
  • A person may not operate an ATV on this trail system unless the person:
    • Holds a safety training certificate issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) or an equivalent certificate issued under the authority of another state,
    • Is taking a safety training course under the direct supervision of a certified ATV safety instructor, or
    • Is under the direct supervision of an adult who holds a safety certificate issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) or an equivalent certificate under the authority of another state.
  • Passengers are only allowed on machines which are designed by the manufacturer to carry a passenger. Riding double on all other machines is prohibited.
  • All trail vehicles must have an effective exhaust which meets U.S. Forest Service Standards for spark arrestors and the exhaust sound volume must not exceed 96 decibels.
  • Pee Wee Practice Areas are limited to trail machines of 100cc or less.
  • Pets are prohibited on the trail system.
  • Leave no trash or debris on the trail. Pack it in/pack it out.
  • Hours of operation for trails are sunrise to sunset, unless posted differently.
  • No public consumption or display of alcohol in the park – including on the trail system.
  • Operation of trail machines while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is prohibited.
  • No smoking on the trails. No glass containers on the trails.
  • All other Texas State Park rules and regulations apply.