All of the trails mentioned below are multiple-use, so those on ATVs should watch for horseback riders, hikers, and mountain bikers. Many trails are marked with color-coded shapes, and maps are available by contacting the applicable ranger districts. ATVs are allowed only on designated trails and certain open forest roads that are not blocked by a mound, gate or other closure device, and state law requires that vehicles are registered and are equipped with mufflers and spark arresters. During hunting season, riders are encouraged to wear safety orange on most trails.
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Be sure to take all safety precautions when riding your ATV in the National Forest. Be sure someone knows where you plan to ride. Always ride with another rider. Maintain your speed for your safety and the safety of others, as whether you're an expert or you're a beginner, it's worth taking a careful look at the precautions that will ensure you have a great ride. Where a helmet and other protective gear. Bring plenty of water and food.