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OHV Park Details

Lakeview OHV Park
Lakeview OHV Park

Managed by Lakeview Off-Road Riders
Contact: Marck Dudrec  319-841-2024
info@lakeviewohv.com

Conservation Officer Erika Billerbeck
319-330-9710




Trails Map


Iowa OHV Parks and Rules

The Lakeview OHV park consist of 160 acres of varying terrain. The park features an "A" level motorcross practice track, a "B" level motorcross practice track, an off-road utility vehicle practice track, a pit bike track, and two kiddie tracks.  The tracks are designed to be used by both motorcycles and ATVs.There is also a very extensive trail network consisting of sand trails, mud trails, hard pack trails, some hill climbs, and single-track trails. There are restrooms on site. No camping is permitted. There are multiple state and federal campsites within a five mile radius of the park. The cities of Ely and Solon are each within five miles of the park and both communities offer places for food, fuel, and dining. Cedar Raids and Iowa City offer overnight accomadations.  Park closes at dusk. Helmets are mandatory.

The park is open year round, with the exception of when weather and trail conditions do not permit riding.

Residents are required to display a current registration decal.  Out-of-state riders are required to display a nonresident user permit.  If the nonresident is from a state which requires vehicle registrations, then a current registration decal from the home state must also be displayed.

The Lakeview OHV park offers something for everyone. From the beginning rider to the advanced rider, there is enough variety to keep things interesting for all skill levels. The park is maintained throughout the year to keep the riding area as safe as possible.

  

 

 

 

 

 



Amenities

Within park
Parking, Pit Toilets



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