Where To Ride

These websites – which open in a new browser window – show where you can ride your ATV/SxS/UTV:

Idaho: https://idaho.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=ec451196747346558c999bc7cdf1a728


Washington:
State-wide: https://mapswa.com/ohvwa/#6.56/47.374260/-120.112349

Be sure to review the Colville National Forest Maps on this page: USFS-Maps.htm

Tri County (Ferry, Pend Oreille, and Stevens County):

OHV Use and Trails Map:

GeoPDF Maps:
https://stevenscountywa.municipalcms.com/pview.aspx?id=21114&catid=25
These PDFs can be used in apps such as Avenza maps to use while riding or hiking and while offine and online. You can download a GeoPDF to your mobile device and use one of the apps to interact with the map to view your location, record GPS tracks, and add waypoints. These maps are the best source of current OHV roads in the Tri-County area as well knowing where you are at while riding or hiking.

Avenza Mapp App:
Once you have decided where to ride, you should check the FREE Avenza Mapp App to see if the area you want to ride in has a map you can download to your mobile device using the Avenza Map App.

Many of the maps available through the Avenza Map app are free while others there is a charge to download.

In order to help you navigate the Avenza Map App, we have created a Avenza Map App web page that covers how to use the Avenza Map App.

Page last updated: April 5, 2022