ATV & Off-Roading
If you’re looking to get off the beaten path, Wyoming is the perfect place for you. With hundreds of miles of trails suited for advenutre, you can find your adventure in the wild of Wyoming. No matter your preferred landscape, you’re never far from off-road vehicle (ORV) trails in Wyoming. From the mountainous peaks to desert expanses, the perfect trail can be found here.
Killpecker Sand Dunes & Boars Tusk, Sweetwater County, Wyoming (Photo by Andy Austin)
Wyoming Trails Program
State, federal and local agencies provide management services for over 640 miles of trails through Wyoming’s state parks, national forests and other public lands. Wyoming’s national forests are a prime destination for off-roading in the state. Discover the trails in the Bighorn, Shoshone, and the Black Hills national forests.
Know before you go
Off-road and ATV season in Wyoming typically runs from early April though December. Be sure to stay up to date on current weather and trail conditions. All vehicles need proper Wyoming permits and you are responsible for knowing the local rules and regulations. Always be aware of your surroundings and all regulations in the area. To learn more and to download maps of Wyoming’s ORV trails visit the Wyoming Trails Program. Narrow your search of guides and outfitters of off-road vehicles and tours below.