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Where to ride

Our staff are all experienced riders and would love to help find the best riding area for you! Give us a call to get a personalized recommendation. Professional trail guide and map books are available for purchase in our store.

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Motocross Tracks


Watkins motocross track and off-road riding areas.

29701 E Jewell Ave, Watkins Co 80137

Jewell Motocross

Thunder Valley track and off-road riding areas.

(303) 988-3889

701 South Rooney Rd. Lakewood CO 80465

In West Denver/ Lakewood take 6th Ave. West past the sI-70 exit. Turn South on Colfax/40 go approx. 1/4 mile turn South on Rooney Rd. Continue approx. 1 mile to track entrance on right hand side.

IMI motorcross track and off-road riding areas.

(303) 833-4949

5074 Summit Blvd. Dacono CO 80514

From Denver travel North on I-25 to exit 232. Go east 1.5 miles to track facility located on right side of road.

Lakes & Reservoirs

Chatfield Reservoir (30 min drive)

medium size, good views, $7 fee per vehicle, 3 boat ramps, Marina, camping.

From Lakewood take Wadsworth south, pass under C470 and go approx. 1 more mile, you will see the entrance on your left.

Cherry Creek Reservoir (30 min drive)

medium size, $8 fee per vehicle, 2 boat ramps, Marina, camping.

One mile south of I-225 on Parker Road, adjacent to south Denver.

Grand Lake / Shadow Mountain Lake (2 hour drive)

Gorgeous mountain lake with a canal connecting the two lakes. 3 boat ramps, Marina, camping nearby. Smaller lakes but the views are worth the drive!

I70 west to Hwy 40 North til you hit the town of Grand Lake.

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Mountain Trails

Sedalia - Rampart Range (50 min Drive)

50-inch trail system perfect for dirt bikes or the experienced ATV rider. Easy to moderate trail difficulty with winding trails through the front range mountains. Close to Denver so it gets popular on the weekends, try and arrive by 1030AM for best parking and less traffic on the trails. We do not recommend beginner ATV riders go here, 2 way traffic on the trails and can get very narrow in some places.

*Our UTVs cannot fit on these trails


Large staging area and parking lot.

From Denver take Hwy 85/ Santa Fe Dr South approx. 25 miles to Sedalia. Turn right on Hwy 67. Proceed 10 miles. Turn left on Rampart Range Rd. Large parking lot right off hwy 67.

Central City - Kingston Peak/Yankee Hill (45 min Drive)

Jeep-width trails best for ATV, UTV or experienced Dirt bikers. Moderate to difficult trail system with great views. Trails are pretty rocky and slower paced but worth it for the great views at Kingston Peak and Yankee Hill.

Large staging area and parking lot.

Take I-70 West from Denver. Take exit 243 Central City Pkwy. When you come into Central City make a left at the second stop sign, go to Eureka St and head west up the hill. go aprx. 1.2 miles and bear left on Bald Mountain Road. In 100 ft, turn right into a large staging area next to the Rocky Mountain Cemetery. You can unload here. 


Rainbow Falls Riding Area (1hr 25min Drive)

Jeep-width trails best for ATV, UTV, and dirt bikes. Easy trail system with well marked trails and fast paced riding that will give you a great experience! Can get popular on weekends, try and arrive before 10:30AM during busy weekends.

Large staging area and parking lot.

Take Hwy 285 S to Pine Junction, Turn left onto Pine Valley Rd and take that road all the way to the turn off on the Left side for Rainbow Falls OHV staging area. This turn off is 4 miles past the town of Westcreek.

Westcreek / Divide 717 (1hr 15min Drive)

A good mix of both 50" trails and Jeep-width trails perfect for ATVs and Dirtbikes or take the UTVs and stick to the wide trails. Easy to moderate trail system for experienced ATV / Dirt bike riders who love a mix of fast paced trail riding with just the right amount of technical trails. Not as easy to navigate as Rainbow Falls but is 5 miles away.

Parking is a little tricky for extra large trailers, multiple staging areas but mostly scattered parking spaces alongside Trail Creek #200.

Take Hwy 285 S to Pine Junction, Turn left onto Pine Valley Rd and take that road all the way to the turn off for Westcreek Rd on your right. Take that road until you see Trail Creek #200. Multiple parking spots along this road.

Buena Vista - Fourmile North/South (2hr Drive)    *Manager Favorite*

The perfect weekender destination. Tons of campsites and amazing views of the Collegiate peaks. Jeep-width trails with wide open fast paced trails that wind through the trees all while surrounded by 14-ers. The two sections are divided by hwy 285, north and south. Well marked trails, not as busy as trails closer to Denver. Best for ATV, UTV, and Dirt bikes looking to go fast and see what our machines are capable of. South side is best for ATVs and Dirt bikes, not as many trails for UTVs.

NORTH: Large staging areas with many points of entry. Closest parking area to Denver is located right off the North side of 285 onto Sevenmile Creek Rd #311.

SOUTH: Large staging area about 2 miles off 285 on the South side, take CR 307 for one mile then left onto CR 187 for one mile then on your right there is a large parking area at the CR 300 junction.

Nearby Trails: Tincup Pass, Mt. Antero, St. Elmo, Cottonwood Pass, Leadville.

Snowmobile Trails

Winter Park - Corona Pass (1hr 30min)

Great scenery, groomed trails.

From Denver take I-70 west to Highway 40, take I-40 over Berthoud Pass, (drive carefully) continue till you see Winter Park ski resort on your left, look for a big sign that says Lakota at the stop light, take a right hand turn into the Lakota subdivision, go up the hill and take your first right on Arrow Trail, continue on Arrow trail till it ends, then take a left on the canal road, continue on that road till you get to the parking area. Approx. Time 1.5 hours. Remember, drive carefully, roads can be ice and snow packed. 4x4 only for this area.

Shrine Pass - Vail Pass (1hr 15min)

Amazing views, groomed, closest trails system to Denver, $10 fee per machine.

From Denver take I-70 west approx. 75 miles to exit # 190, cross over the highway to parking area. It takes about an hour and fifteen to get there from our location. 

This is our recommended area due to ease of use and proximity. Remember, drive carefully, roads can be ice and snow packed. 4x4 highly recommended.

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