Riding in Idaho
The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation wants to make sure you are prepared, educated and legal before you take to the trail on your off-highway vehicle (OHV). Be sure to stay on trails when you venture out on your OHV. Visit Stay On Trails to learn more.
To find OHV trail maps across the state visit the Idaho Trail Mapping Program.
Anyone who will operate an OHV should complete a free IDPR Responsible Riders education course to acquire your ATV Safety Education Certificate.
Learn more about OHV laws, Idaho rules and guidelines, safety, trip planning and much more by viewing or downloading a free brochure, Idaho Off-Highway Vehicle Program.
Trail Ranger and Trail Cat reports are conveniently available on the Idaho ATV/Motorbike Program Facebook. Click the following links to view reports for the North, West, and East Regions, and be sure to "Like" the program to receive regular reports and event-related information.
Registration and Statistics
Learn more about the registration process and locate vendors by visiting our registration information. Statistics and resources pertaining to ATVs and Motorbikes in Idaho is located under the Downloads/Links/FAQs tab to the left.
Become a Trail Ranger
Do you have what it takes to be an Idaho Trail Ranger? Learn more