ATV & UTV
The Pikes Peak area has a variety of recreational opportunities for ATVs and UTVs. The City of Woodland Park is the gateway to the North Divide and South Rampart Range Recreation areas of the Pikes Peak Ranger District. Located on US Highway 24, this large riding area is just 25 miles west of Colorado Springs. There are more than 495 miles of roads and trails for all dirt bikes, ATVs, UTVs & Full Size 4WD. The area abounds with terrific scenery, challenging terrain and wildlife to provide diverse Pikes Peak outdoor recreation experiences. The City of Woodland Park is a motorized friendly community and serves as a “trailhead” to the area with services such as gas stations, restaurants, retail stores, lodging, campgrounds and motorsports dealers. Another very popular area suitable for ATV, UTV and family OHV recreation is the Badger Flats area in the South Park Ranger District. This area provides unique opportunities for riders (especially beginners) and families and provides multiple dispersed camping opportunities. The area is approximately 60 miles west of Colorado Springs and is a popular destination for people living along the southern Front Range. Badger Flats is on the east side of Wilkerson Pass and is usually accessed by Park County Roads #77 or #31. The Badger Flats area is near the USFS Round Mountain campground off of US Highway 24 and is about 6 miles northwest of Lake George, CO.
Before You Get Started
All OHVs and UTVs owned and operated in Colorado (including motor vehicles that are not licensed for public roads access) must display current Colorado OHV registration stickers when in a person's possession in an OHV staging area or operated on designated OHV trails or routes in Colorado. All OHVs and motor vehicles that display a valid Colorado or out-of-state license plate must also display a current Colorado OHV use permit when operated on designated OHV trails in Colorado. All out-of-state OHVs (including OHVs that display an out-of-state OHV registration) must also display a current Colorado OHV use permit sticker when operated on designated OHV trails and routes in Colorado. The current registration or Permit fee is $25.25 and is valid April 1 through March 31. OHV registration permits can be purchased at Colorado Parks and Wildlife Service Centers or online. All OHVs must have a USFS approved spark arrestor.
Where to Go
Where is Badger Flats: This area, popular for camping and OHV recreation is on the east side of Wilkerson Pass and is most often accessed by Park County Roads #77 or #31. The Badger Flats area is near the USFS Round Mountain campground off of US Highway 24 and is about 6 miles northwest of […]
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Popular local areas for motorized trails
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- Badger Flats, South Park Ranger District
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