Places to Ride ATVs in New Mexico
Haystack Mountain OHV Area: Roswell, New Mexico
you want to do a little alien hunting and riding at the same time,
there is no better place than the Haystack Mountain OHV Area near
Roswell, New Mexico.
Jemez District of the Santa Fe National Forest: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe National Forest has an area of 1.6 million of acres and is
comprised of five forest districts. The Jemez Forest District is located
in the Jemez Mountains which are known for their rich native American
Clovis MX Track: Clovis, New Mexico
has a decent sized track that is open for both ATVs and dirtbikes on
select days. Check their website for up to date fees and dates they are
open to the public. They have a good track that even has a few table
tops. Great park but it has little shade so be careful and stay
Dunes OHV Area: Farmington, New Mexico
800 acres of land for use with ATVs, dirtbikes, Utility Vehicles,
camping hiking, and anyhting else you can do in the outdoors. There are
too many roads, tabletops, hills, rock areas, etc. too count. This is
from over 40 years of being a public off road area.
Gordys Hill: Escondido, New Mexico
offers diverse recreation opportunities including many roads and trails
traversing deeply dissected canyons, high sandstone and limestone
bluffs, terraces, and escarpments. On the higher ridges, there are
scenic views of the Rio Grande Valley to the west. There are a variety
of recreational opportunities, most notably off-highway vehicle riding
on existing routes, offering challenges for all experience levels.
Hackberry Lake OHV Area: Carlsbad, New Mexico (about 20 miles north of)
The Hackberry Lake Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) area offers over 55,000
acres of rolling stabilized dune lands and cliffs. The area is open for
intensive use of motorcycles, sand dune buggies and other OHVs. Trails
within the area take advantage of a variety of soils and topographic
features, which include many turns and steep hill climbs. Routes go from
shallow rocky, loamy soil on low hills to deep alluvial soils with
sandy inclusions. The trails travel across small draws and along the
bottom of deep arroyos. The area also includes a sand dune complex.
Tulie MX: Alamogordo, New Mexico
Tulie even offers classes starting at ages 4 and up. They have a great
track that hosts races but is also open to the public on selected days.
Always call before you hall.
Heaven Motorsports Park: Raton, New Mexico
Heaven has an amazing course that is open on Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 8 PM or until dark, whichever comes
first. They have rollers, tabletops, corners, you name it for riding.
The best part is they are a non profit. That means every dollar you
put into the park in fees goes right back into improving the park
Robledo Mountains Off-Road Trails: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Robledo Mountains Off-Highway Vehicle Trail System is a network of
trails, including both extreme OHV and mountain bike trails, in the
southern Robledo Mountains. The trails are dominated by enormous rocks,
making the terrain extraordinarily challenging for riders. The extreme
OHV trails require specialized vehicles, with locking differentials,
winches, and expert drivers. Vehicle damage is not uncommon on these
very difficult OHV trails.
Mescalero Sands North Dune OHV Park: Roswell, New Mexico
has over 610 acres of hills that are over 90 feet tall, trails, and you
name it. They have a great facility with camping, picnic tables,
grills and a restroom. There is no water available like at most picnic
areas so bring your own water. They also have a spot to park RV's.
They are open year round so a good place to rid anytime.
Sandia Speedway MX: Albuquerque, New Mexico
riders are required to wear protective gear and they have a list of
what is required and recommended on their website. They have an
overnight camping area. They have practice sessions that are held every
other Sunday and races all the time.
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