Best ATV in Idaho

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1

Idaho, Valley County

01 :23 hrs
7.3 mi
406.31995 ft
Unknown

Beginning from the Yellow Jacked Staging Area, the Telephone Ridge Trail wanders through a thick forest. There is a mix of singletrack as well as some wider trails to accommodate all off-roader vehicles. There is no fee to ride but a spark arresting exhaust or end cap is required and there is a 96db noise limit. A maximum of 50 inches or less is permitted.

2

Idaho, Lemhi County

00 :03 hrs
2 mi
137.594 ft
Unknown

Road 058 is located in the Williams Creek area near Salmon, Idaho. The road is a multi-use trail that offers access to State Section 16 that also goes even further. It follows a dirt/gravel road that can be done in both directions.

3

Idaho, Teton County

01 :18 hrs
6.3 mi
433.79797 ft
Unknown

Dry Ridge Road #013 is a multi-use trail that climbs 1,549ft on a gravel road. It is used for mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and ATVs. It can be done in both directions and easy to follow.

4

Idaho, Clark County

01 :33 hrs
7.5 mi
497.86987 ft
Unknown

Long Creek Road is located in the Western Centennials near Lima. It is also known as Boatman Springs Road and is a multi-use trail that follows a gravel road up to the divide. It can be done in both directions and is used to access other trails in the area.

5

Idaho, Clark County

00 :55 hrs
4.5 mi
141.38403 ft
Unknown

Ching Creek Road is located in the Western Centennials near Lima. It is a multi-use trail used by mountain bikers, hiking, horseback riding, and ATVs. The trail is a dirt/gravel road that is easy to follow and can be done in both directions.

6

Idaho, Gem County

00 :47 hrs
3.9 mi
- ft
Unknown

This trail is located in the Sagehen ATV Trail system and begins at the Antelope Annex Campground. There are 3 other campgrounds that also have a staging area. Maximum width of 50 inches or less is required. There is no fee to ride but a spark arresting exhaust or end cap is required and there is a 96db noise limit.

7

Idaho, Teton County

00 :58 hrs
4.7 mi
215.69214 ft
Unknown

Crows Nest Road is located in the Northern Tetons and follows a gravel road that is easy to follow. It is a multi-use trail open to mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and ATVs. It can be done in both directions.

8

Idaho, Custer County

00 :60 hrs
5.3 mi
663.54297 ft
Unknown

Yankee Fork State Park offers several miles of trails to explore by ATVs or motorcycles. The terrain is scrub, sagebrush, and pine trees at higher elevations. There is no fee to ride but a spark arresting exhaust or end cap is required and there is a 96db noise limit.

9

Idaho, Bonneville County

00 :06 hrs
1.1 mi
8.172974 ft
Unknown

Noise Park has a variety of terrain including a one-way loop, and a motocross track. It is open to motorcycles, and ATVs. They are open for practice on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Season passes are available but you do need to call before you haul. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required and there is a 96db noise limit.

10

Idaho, Kootenai County

00 :38 hrs
3.5 mi
160.83801 ft
Unknown

The Boot OHV trail is part of the Canfield Mountain Trail System near Coeur d’Alene. It is a singletrack trail that is easy to follow and can be used in both directions. It is a multi-use trail open to mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and ATVs.

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