Off Highway Vehicles

Brushy Creek State Recreation Area

At over 6,000 acres, Brushy Creek is one of Iowa's largest tracts of public outdoor recreation land. Visitors can get a real sense of being "away from it all" while, at the same time, enjoying a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities such as camping, hunting, horseback riding, and winter ...

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Backbone State Park

Backbone State Park was dedicated in 1920. It was Iowa's first state park and remains one of the most significant. Backbone is named for its narrow and steep ridge of bedrock carved by a loop of the Maquoketa River. Folklore named this high ridge of rock the "Devil's Backbone". ...

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Big Creek State Park

Big Creek State Lake was created as part of the Saylorville project to protect Polk City from floods. A diversion dam which forms the 866-acre Big Creek Lake was primarily developed as a flood control project but also offers a wide variety of recreation. Big Creek State Park and ...

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Tettegouche State Park

Visitors go to Tettegouche for a great sense of the North Shore: the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point; rocky, steep cliffs and inland bluffs; the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River; and the historic Tettegouche Camp where visitors can stay the night. This is a hiker's ...

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St. Joe State Park

St. Joe State Park is located in the heart of the old "Lead Belt" of southeast Missouri where much of the nation's lead ore was extracted for more than a century. In 1972, the St. Joe Minerals Corp. ceased operations and subsequently donated the land to the state in ...

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Finger Lakes State Park

While enjoying a day at Finger Lakes State Park, visitors may hear more than just the sounds of nature. The steady humming and ever-changing pitch of off-highway motor vehicles may linger in the background, as OHV use is the most popular activity at the park. Once the site of a ...

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Talimena State Park

Talimena State Park marks the Oklahoma entrance to the Talimena National Scenic Drive, 54 miles of winding road through the Ouachita Mountains, which are known for their spectacular spring and fall foliage. Hiking and backpacking trails in Talimena State Park offer the opportunity to explore a wide range of ...

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Little Sahara State Park

Little Sahara State Park is located in northwestern Oklahoma, south of Waynoka. Little Sahara offers over 1600 acres of rideable sand dunes for ATVs and dune buggies to explore, with peaks ranging in height from 25 to 75 feet. Visitors can bring their own dune buggies or ATVs and ...

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Lake Murray State Park & Lodge

Lake Murray State Park is Oklahoma's oldest and largest state park, consisting of 12,500 acres and located on the shores of beautiful Lake Murray. The park's diverse terrain, exceptional trails and historic sites, including the Tucker Tower Nature Center, make Lake Murray State Park a favorite destination among outdoor ...

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Clayton Lake State Park

The 500 acres of Clayton Lake State Park provide both a restful hideaway and a quiet scenic getaway hidden within the area's lush forests. Clayton Lake State Park is an excellent location for visitors to enjoy fishing, boating, and riding about on their ATVs. The park also offers an ...

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