Farmington Dunes OHV Area is an 800 acre recreational area. There are large sand dunes, steep and gentle hillsides, and sandy arroyo bottoms. There are both OHV roads and trails. Restrooms are available.
Hackberry Lake OHV Use Area is a 55,000 acre open riding area. There is also a trail system consisting of approximately 90 miles of trail. Terrain is rolling stabilized dunes lands and cliffs. This area is open for intensive use of motorcycles, sand dune buggies, and OHVs. Camping is available.
Haystack Mountain OHV area offers 1,920 acres of trails. Trails range from novice to expert and terrain varies. In general the terrain is extremely rugged including deep gullies and difficult hill climbs.
Mescalero Sands OHV Area offers a 610 acre open riding area. The dune field is made up of quartz particles which changes to shape of the dunes constantly. Restrooms, camping, and RV hookups are available.
The Robledo Mountains Off-Highway Vehicle Trail System is a network of trails including both extreme OHV and mountain bike trails. The extreme OHV trails consist of enormous rocks requiring specialized equipment and expert riders. The mountain bike trails are not open to motorized vehicles.