In recent years off-highway vehicle use has grown significantly throughout Arizona. With 365 riding days per year, scenic trails, and great weather, Arizona draws OHV enthusiasts from across the country to access our motorized trails. With Arizona’s growing OHV community in mind, Arizona State Parks has partnered with Arizona State University to better determine the economic impact this activity has in our state. Over the next 12 months Arizona State Parks will be collecting user surveys both electronically and at various riding areas throughout the state. Having a better understanding of spending behaviors, travel trends, and trail needs will aid us in providing a better statewide trail system, programs, and information to you, the OHV users. This survey is completely voluntary and we greatly appreciate all those that are willing to participate. The questionnaire should not take more than eight minutes to complete. Your response is extremely important and is vital to the success of this study and the future of our OHV trail system.
To participate please click here to complete the survey.
The Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Ambassadors offers opportunities for you to come out, meet us and get to know the area at 5 very popular locations. These free 2-3 hour "Show Me" experience will introduce you to the area by reviewing maps, explaining the types of trails available in the area, review proper riding etiquette and safety information, and taking a ride around the areas. Bring your ATV, UTV, motorcycle, jeep or other off-highway vehicle and be ready to hit the trail.
New OHV Brochure features places to ride in Arizona Download OHV Laws and Places to Ride brochure ( 11.8 MB PDF) Please see page 6 for important informaton about the helmet laws affecting ROVs.
An OHV is just about any motor vehicle which is able to be operated off of paved or maintained roads, including a pickup truck, sport utility vehicle (SUV), four-wheel drive vehicle, all-terrain vehicle (ATV), dirtbike, dune buggy, sand rail or snowmobile. Off-Highway Vehicles may be used to access a particular destination – such as a remote campground – or be used as the essential part of the recreation experience, such dirt biking. Download OHV Where to Ride brochure ( 11.8 MB PDF)
Find out Where to Ride in Arizona and learn about questions you should ask before heading out to ride. Learn More
All OHV Users should know the new regulations that went into effect for all of Arizona on January 1, 2009. Learn More
Arizona State Trust lands are NOT public lands. You must obtain a permit from the Arizona State Land Department to be on State Trust lands. Learn More
Learn about OHV registration information, including the OHV Decal program. Learn More
Learn about Safety Information & Recommended Equipment, Backcountry Survival, ATV Training, and Children and ATVs. Learn More
OHV Ambassadors are private citizens who promote responsible OHV recreation on public, state, and private lands. Learn More
Statewide and regional OHV Clubs offers users a chance to connect with other enthusiasts. Learn More
Learn about the mission of the program. Also information regarding funding and grants. Learn More
Read about recent accomplishments and awards. Also download radio commercials and watch TV ads. Learn More