Rock Creek Off-Road Park, Clayton, OK
BFGoodrich outstanding trails
•Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area, Gilmer, TX
•Beasley Knob OHV Trail, Blairsville, GA
•Black Bear Pass, Telluride, CO
•Black Cat Trail, El Centro, CA
•Blacktail/Wild Bill Nat'l Recreation Trail, Flat Head Nat'l Forest, MT
•Flat Nasty Off-Road Park, White Knuckle, Jadwin, MO
•Fordyce Creek Trail, Soda Springs, CA
•Hell's Revenge, Moab, UT
•Historic Naches Trail, Naches, WA
•Iron Range Trail System, Gilbert, MN
•Poughkeepsie Gulch, Ouray, CO
•Pritchett Canyon, Moab, UT
•Pyeatt Draw Trail, Payson, AZ
•Quinn Lake Trail, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
•Redbird State Riding Area, Trail 4, Dugger, IN
•Rubicon Trail, Georgetown, CA
•Tillamook State Forest, Crushers, Northwestern Oregon
•Upper Tellico OHV Area, Trail 4/Fain Ford (currently closed)
•Whipsaw Trail, Princeton, BC, Canada
Land use/trail Organizations
•American Land Rights Assoc., www.landrights.org
•Blue Ribbon Coalition, www.sharetrails.org
•Bureau of Land Management (BLM), www.blm.gov
•California Off-Road Vehicle Assoc. (CORVA), www.corva.org
•Colorado OHV Coalition, www.cohvco.org
•National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, www.nohvcc.org
•National Off-Road Assoc., www.nora.usa.com
•National Park Service, www.nps.gov
•Ohio Multi-Use Trails Assoc.: www.ohiotrails.org
•Trail Keepers, www.trailkeepers.org
•Tread Lightly, www.treadlightly.org
•U.S. Dept. of Agriculture/Forest Service, www.fs.fed.us
•U.S. Parks, www.recreation.gov
•All-4-Fun: Sponsored by the Mile High Jeep Club, this weeklong high-altitude 4x4 celebration happens every August. The event venue rotates locations throughout Colorado.
Info: www.mhjc.org/2010all4funsite, 303.210.8775
•Big Dogs Offroad Events: Runs take place at a 6,000-acre private ranch in Gore, VA.
Info: www.bigdogsoffroad.com, 410.440.3670
Black Hills, Rapid City, SD
•Chile Challenge: This February tradition offers more Las Cruces action than some can handle.
Info: www.chilechallenge.org, 575.373.4516
•Dakota Territory Challenge: The Black Hills come alive with crawlers every September.
•Easter Jeep Safari: Moab has become America's Mecca for 4x4 fun. The Easter Jeep Safari is the place to be for all 4x4 makes and models the week preceding Easter.
Info: Red Rocks 4-Wheelers, www.rr4w.com
•4x4 Jamboree Nationals: The Jambos' main draws are the shown-and-shine, monster trucks, and NMRO mud racing. Some venues also include a rockcrawling challenge and a tough-truck competition.
Info: www.4wheeljamboree.com, 317.236.6515
•Fun in the Desert: The Victor Valley 4 Wheelers hosts this event every September at Johnson Valley-Hammers included.
Info: www.victorvalley4wheelers.com/fitd/overview, 760.948.1424
•Hi Desert Roundup: This Cal 4-Wheel fundraiser overtakes Stoddard Valley near Barstow every May.
Info: www.cal4wheel.com, 626.280.0308
Rangely ORV Area, Rangely, CO
•Hump N Bump: For more than 20 years, trail vehicles have congregated in Logandale (outside Las Vegas) for this Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers' November event. Challenging terrain offers rock, sand, and water.
•Jeepers Jamboree Rubicon Run: Originating in 1953, this is the oldest organized Rubicon run. It happens in late July, early August.
Info: www.jeepersjamboree.com, 530.333.4771
•Jeep Jamboree: The most famous Jamboree is over the Rubicon, but this institution, founded by Mark A. Smith, runs approximately 30 events annually throughout North America. Venues include both public and private lands.
Info: www.jeepjamboreeusa.com, 530.333.4777
•Minnesota Go 4's Memorial 4x4 Total Off-Road Rally: A Memorial Day extravaganza held at the Trollhaugen Ski Area in Dresser, WI.
Info: www.memorial4x4.org, 651.280.8282
•PNW4WDA Trail Jamboree: The 21st running happens July 7-11 near Naches, Washington, surrounded by the Cascade Mountains.
Info: www.pnw4wda.org/trailjam, 509.698.3703