*All ATVs, dirt bikes, and ORVs must be registered in order to ride in the following OHV Parks, nonresident users must display an Iowa nonresident user permit.
OHV Parks Open to ATV and Off-road Motorcycle Use
Bluff Creek OHV Park: Located in Mahaska County southwest of Oskaloosa. This is a 350-acre park with most of the area accessible for riding. The area is an abandoned coal mine that has been developed into a riding area. Primitive camping is available.
Bluff Creek OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: Randy VanMaaren, Iowa Partners of NOHVCC, 641.969.4214
DNR Conservation Officer: Mike Ryan 641.660.0741
Riverview OHV Park: Located on Hawthorne Street in Waterloo, Black Hawk County. This 180-acre park is surrounded by the Cedar River, which creates some nice riverside trails. There is a nice variety of riding throughout the park. The park now includes: 2MX tracks, a flat track, large parking lot, and a pee wee track.
Riverview OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: www.trailblazersoffroadclub.com
DNR Conservation Officer: Mike Bonser 319.240.5034
OHV Parks Open to ATV, ORM, and ORV Use
Gypsum City OHV Park: Located in Webster County southeast of Fort Dodge. This is a 300-acre park with 15 miles of rolling hill trails and perimeter trails. The park also includes a 15-acre, 1.5-mile MX track, a .4-mile kids' track, and a beginner/safety training area.
Gypsum City OHV Park Location Map
Park Manager: Darren Herzog 515.576.4258
Web Site: www.fortdodgeiowa.org
DNR Conservation Officer: Dakota Drisch 515.571.0127
Lakeview OHV Park: Located in Johnson County north of Iowa City. This is a 147-acre park with lots of dirt and sand trails and many hills. There are two motorcross tracks; one signed for younger riders.
Lakeview OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: John Stratton 319.361.1982
Web Site: www.lakeviewohv.com
DNR Conservation Officer: Erika Billerbeck 319.330.9710
Nicholson-Ford OHV Park: Located in Marshall County on the northeast side of Marshalltown. This is a 120-acre park with approximately 20 miles of tight, river-bottom, wooded trails.
Nicholson-Ford OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: www.iowariverohvclub.com
DNR Conservation Officer: 641.751.5246
Rathbun OHV Park: Located in Appanoose County, on the southwest arm of Lake Rathbun off of Highway 142. This is a 120-acre riding area located on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' land. This park features a vaiety of difficulty levels and a tot lot.
Rathbun OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Rathbun OHV Park Weather Conditions: http://www.rathbunlakeweather.com/ DNR Conservation Officer: Jacob Fulk 641.777.2164
River Valley OHV Park: Located along the Missouri River in Council Bluffs. This park is 350 acres in size and located off the highway 275 bridge. River Valley OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Inforamtion: http//rvtr.org/
Park Hotline 402.478.8701
DNR Conservation Officer: Richard Price 712.520.5570
Tama County OHV Park: Located in Tama County just south of Tama on State Highway 63. This is a 300-acre park with tight wooded trails with some hills. The park includes a 15-mile perimeter trail, a kids' track, and 23 campsites (10 with electric).
Tama County OHV Park Location Map
Park Contact Information: www.clubsporttama.com
DNR Conservation Officer: Brett Reece 641.751.0931