Forty miles of interconnecting trails traverse scenic forested hills. This trail is open to Class I ATVs, trailbikes, horses and mountain bikes. All ATV trails are marked with yellow diamonds. Consult the trailhead bulletin boards for more information and additional trails that may be open or closed. The trail is divided into a Bike Trail Area and an ATV Trail Area, as shown on the map. This provides a variety of riding experiences for different types of machines and levels of difficulty. ATVs are permitted on the Bike Trail, and trailbikes are allowed on the ATV Trail. This system offers many miles of muddy trail. We encourage riders to ride through mudholes to keep the trail narrow and to reduce maintenance needs. If you do not like to ride through mudholes, we suggest you try the Timberline ATV Trail. The Timberline Trail uses more roads and gravelled surfaces, and has less mud.