Riverside State Park ORV Area

This 600-acre area is one of several ORV parks Washington set aside specifically for off-road vehicle riding in the 1980s.

Part of Washington’s second largest state park with 9,194 acres and almost 200,000 feet of shoreline, Riverside is a dedicated area that offers diverse terrain including hill climbs, sandy areas, and trails through dense ponderosa pine wooded areas, while providing off-road adventurers with some small jumps and a few large jumps. 25 miles of mostly hardpack trails weaving through the area are unmarked, unrated, and lightly maintained – best-suited for intermediate-experience riders.

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