Blue Ridge Trails

Blue Ridge Trails


One of Oregon’s Best Places for Off-Roading

Blue Ridge Trails is located four hours south of Portland, Oregon, nearby the coast. It’s a heavily forested area with well maintained trails. The park is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. The trails are more for amateurs and experts, not novices.

Hours of Operation

While the park is open for off-roading from April to December, it’s a good idea to call before heading there to check on the trail conditions. Many of the trails become difficult to traverse after heavy rains. The number to call is 541-756-0100.


Blue Ridge Trails is located fifteen miles southeast of Coos Bay:

• Take 101 south out of Coos Bay
• Take a left on Coos-Sumner Road
• Continue on Coos-Sumner Road (it turns into Sumner-Fairview Road) through Sumner
• After the road turns to gravel take the first paved road you come to on the left
• Stay on that road for three miles
• Veer right onto 23-12-35
• Veer right again
• The staging area is on the left next to the pond

Vehicles Allowed

Most types of off-road vehicle are permitted at Blue Ridge Trails include:

  • Motorcycles

  • Two Strokes & 2 Cycle Engines

Vehicle Restrictions & Guidelines

Blue Ridge limits sound to 99 dB and spark arrestors are required.

Trail Types

Blue Ridge Trails has twelve miles of gravel and dirt trails. You’ll experience thick forests, mud, logs, road crossings, and tree roots when riding at Blue Ridge Trails.

Costs and Permits

You’ll need an Oregon ATV Permit to ride at Blue Ridge Trails, but there are no other fees to ride there.


Campsites are available nearby, but there are no other services for the area. The nearest towns are Coquille and Myrtle Point, which are thirty minutes away.

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