Dirtbike Tracks

Name Description Schedule Status
Default Mescal Mountain OHV Area The four peaks for which this area is named provide a great backdrop but the most notable features of this area are the steep canyon chutes carved into the hillside of the main wash. Year-Round Open
Default Mesquite MX This park has a 1.4 mile long main track which features some natural terrain and elevation changes along with a peewee track. The track soil is a soft mixture of loam, granite sand and wood shavings which keep it loose and well drained. This is a... Saturday 6am-1pm and 5pm-8pm, Sunday 6am-1pm Open
Default Mohave Valley Raceway This track is open for practice on select Friday or Saturday evenings from about 5pm to 10pm. The track temporarily closes during the summer months but usually reopens in October. Year-Round Open
Default Motogrande MX The track is lighted and has an underground sprinkler system. Small quads are permitted (up to 250cc four-stroke or 80cc two-stroke) during small bike sessions. Camping is not permitted at the track. Check the track website for the most current... Saturday & Sunday 7am-dark Open
Default Motoland MX Park With a variety of play areas and a well maintained staging area featuring shaded tables, BBQ grills and restrooms, this is a great choice for a day of play with the kids. The main trail starts out as a long and easy sand wash then gets a little... Saturday and Sunday 7am - 1pm Open
Default Mt. Lemmon Control Road The trails are open daily but may close temporarily on short notice due to inclement weather so call before heading out. The area is for day use only. Spring - Late Fall Open
Default Munds Park OHV Trail System This unique recreation area features hot springs, on-site camping and limited amounts of shade. April - Late Fall Open
Default Nomads MX Track The name comes from an artisan well that produces 250 gallons of hot water (106F) per minute. A couple of concrete soaking tubs have been built for the hot springs and they were actually pretty clean. There are 10 developed tent/RV sites that... Year-Round Open
Default Ocotillo Raceway Primarily a jeep trail, this area offers superb views of Four Peaks, Bartlett Lake and the surrounding desert hills. The main trail to the south is very tough, with deep washouts, sand gullies and huge rocks. Weekends 9am-2pm Open
Default M.C. Motorsports Park You really need a modified jeep, custom 4x4, a motorcycle, or maybe an ATV with a lift to enjoy this trail. (These rocks are big, and a normal vehicle simply won't make it.) If you continue past the first mile, plan on doing at least some damage... Wednesday 9am-dusk, Thursday 9am-3pm, Friday 9am-3pm, Saturday 8am-4pm, Sunday 9am-3pm Open
Default Pima-Bartlett Motorcycle Loop This motocross track was once open for practice and racing during the fall and winter months but is now closed. This listing will remain up for historical purposes and to save you a wasted trip. Year-Round Open
Default Pinal Airpark This OHV area offers miles of trails that range from easy to difficult. Wide and rocky trails with some sharp inclines and a couple of riverbed washes make up most of the terrain. There are very few actual dirt bike trails here. The loops are... Year-Round Open
Default Madera Fairgrounds This OHV area offers plenty of shade, multiple staging areas, narrow winding trails, and a nearby lake. The 75 miles of marked and rated trails are a bit rocky at the start, but get smoother as you go. Closed Open
Default Red Springs This motocross park offers three three tracks to choose from which consist of a main, mini and seperate peewee track that consists of a mixture of clay and sand. Call before you haul. Year-Round Open
Default Redington Pass This motocross park once featured a groomed, watered and lighted main motocross track, a supercross track for pro riders as well as a mini and flat track for ATVs/Go karts but is now closed. Year-Round Open
Default Reno Pass This family oriented motocross park opened for business in March 2007 and offers five tracks and caters to all skill levels. Future additions to the park may include swimming pools, a sand volleyball court, RV hookups, concession stands, a... Open Year-Round but to non-motorized use Open
Default Saffel Canyon OHV Trail Membership is required but is free. Amenities include plenty of flat parking, a kids playground plus an on site store that carries parts, gear, and refreshments. Year-Round Open
Default Santa Rita OHV Routes Open to street legal vehicles only and closed during winter months due to snow and ice, this 25 mile long maintained dirt road begins at Peppersauce Campground and leads to the top of Mt. Lemmon. Year-Round Open
Default Shea Pit and Osborne Wash Area The Mt. Lemmon summit offers various restaurants and cafes, making this a nice and easy dual sport ride, or if you have a street legal ATV, as many do in Arizona. Year-Round Open
Default Sheridan Mountain Smith Mesa OHV Trail System Located just minutes away from nearby Flagstaff, this area offers about seven miles of trails that is open to OHVs less than 62 inches. Currently the only trailhead that can accommodate the larger machines is at Iron Springs Staging Area but there... Year-Round Open