The Iron Mountain Trail, accessible from Baumgartner Campground, is a 9.3 mile road providing access to Iron Mountain Lookout. Motorized travel is heavy. The highlight of the trail is the scenic view from the Forest Service Lookout on Iron Mountain.
Boise National Forest, Dollar Creek Way Trail, East Mountain Way Trail, Gold Fork North Trail, Needles Route Trail, Wilson Creek Trail
The Cascade Ranger District in the Boise National Forest is over 400,000 acres offering many recreational activities. There is an extensive trail system for OHV riding including 11 separate developed campgrounds.
Clay Peak recreation area offers 200 acres of riding for ATV and motorcycle use. The 2 miles of trails utilizes the best of natural terrain with added doubles, multiple tabletops and challenging sweepers.
Idaho Panhandle National Forests, Canfield Mountain Single Track Trail System, Couer d'Alene River Area Trails, 4th of July Trail 800, 803 Motorized Trail, Steamboat Area, Windy Ridge to Horse Haven ATV Trail 802
The Coeur dAlene River Area Trails is an extensive system of multi use trails including a network of dedicated ATV trails and roads.
Airline Trail, Alley Trail, Bear Wallow Trail, Bull Creek Trail, Joes Creek Trail, Long Fork Silver Creek, Bitter Creek Trail, Middle Fork Payette River Trail, One Spoon Trail, Onion Valley Trail, Peace Creek Trail, Rattlesnake Trail, Silver Creek Summit
Emmet Ranger District in the Boise National Forest offers over 150 miles of trails on 350,000 acres of National Forest. Rental cabins and camping are available.
Idaho Panhandle National Forest, John Wayne Trail, Lakeview Mountain Trail, Peewee Trail, Quartz View Trail, Reeder Bay Trail, Steep Creek Trail
Priest Lake Area in the Idaho Panhandle National Forest is a series of interconnected loops. Some loops gain elevations that view the Priest and Pend Orielle River Valleys. Some sections are located on the old road bed while others are steep and rocky.