Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV)
Non-licensed vehicle use is only allowed on designated trails with a required permit. You must carry the permit with you when at all times when riding. Any person in possession of a hunting license and who is actually hunting does not require a permit or waiver.
Required to Ride:
- All off-highway vehicles (OHV) must be equipped with a USFS approved spark arrestor. Loud bikes and ATV’s are causing loss of riding areas nationwide and we support the California OHV sound limit of 98 decibels.
- It is unlawful to operate an OHV under the influence of drugs or alcohol or in a manner that endangers the safety of others.
- It is recommended that all riders/operators of Non-Licensed Vehicle, ATV, Motorcycle, Dune Buggies, etc. while on roads R-1, R-10, and within the Waiākea ATV & Bike Park wear bright colored clothing.
- It is mandatory that you sign in and out at the check-in stations. Occasionally due to forest fires and animal control operations closures will be posted at these check stations.
Recommended Riding Preparedness
Before starting out, tell a responsible person where you will be and when to expect you back. Inform that person to obtain help if you do not return on time.
As part of riding responsibly, you should consider taking and using the following:
- First aid kit
- Cell phone
- Drinking water
- Extra fuel
- Map of the area