Off-Road Riding in Washington State

At Premier Polaris, we often get asked where you can ride in Washington State. We're proud to announce that we are a key sponsor of Washington Hometown, which has three apps (snowmobile, OHV and Discover WA) and web maps that feature year-round recreational opportunities by activity.

The web maps (https://www.discover-wa.com/#/) are interactive and perfect for planning your next ride. Use the FILTERS (on the left) to sort by your preferred activity, i.e., ATV, UTV, motorcycle or 4x4; the trails are color-coded to indicate the type of trail (see LEGEND, on the right).  Zoom in / out and click on any point, trail or area to get additional location information.  Maps are downloadable. Here's a web map of Walker Valley ORV trails in Mt. Vernon:

OTHER HELPFUL "WHERE TO RIDE" LINKS:

Our thanks to the Washington ATV Association for information on riding areas in Washington State here

and to the Washington Off Highway Vehicle Alliance for additional riding information here.


Snowmobile Parks

Washington State also boasts about 80 Sno-Parks designed primarily for snowmobiles. These Sno-Parks are located across six regions of the state: Blewett-Interstate 90, Greenwater-Yakima, Inland Northeast-Southeast, Leavenworth-Chelan, Mount Baker-Methow, and South Cascades.

Get details on Washington State Snowmobile Sno-Parks here.