The Brush Creek/Hayden Ranger District offers miles of trails and roads, as well as six trailheads. Brush Creek Hayden Ranger District in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest offers miles of trails and roads open to ATV use. There are six trailheads. Developed campgrounds and dispersed primitve camping are available.
Bridger-Teton National Forest, Fall Creek/Munger Mountain Area, Shadow Mountain/Ditch Creek Area, Big Munger Trail, Cosmic Carols, Poison Creek, Rock Creek Trail, Squaw Trail, Tusky Ridge, Wally World Trail
The Jackson Ranger District offers roads accessible to ATVs as well as the Munger Mountain Single-Track Motorcycle System. The Mosquito Creek Motorized Area and the North Fork Fall Creek Area both offer ATV road riding which is rated easy to moderate.
Killpecker Sand Dunes Open Play Area is a large open multiuse area open to ATV use. Part of the OHV area is an active producing gas field. Changing winds can bury or expose pipelines or valves. Be alert. Many of the dunes are very steep, with occasional small ponds of water.
Laramie Peak Area in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest offers an extensive system of ATV accessible roads and trails. Cabin rental, trailheads, several developed campgrounds, and dispersed camping are available.
Weston Hills Recreation Area offers 7 miles of multiuse roads and trails open to ATVs. In the lower elevations, terrain is grasslands with some juniper while the upper elevations are ponderosa pine covered hills and steep drainages.