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WHERE TO RIDE - OREGON

Blue Ridge Trail System
Bureau of Land Management


Class III Vehicle: Motorcycle Parking

Description

Blue Ridge has 12 miles of more difficult trails made of gravel or dirt roads. Some of the trails are directional, meaning they should be ridden one way.

Location

The Blue Ridge Trail System is located about 15 miles southeast of Coos Bay. To get there: From south end of Coos Bay on US 101, follow sign to Allegany. Cross bridge, go left and in one mile turn right on Coos River Road, following sign to Catching Slough. In one mile, cross bridge and turn right on Catching Slough Road. Continue on road for 2.3 miles and then turn left on Stock Slough Road. Head uphill 2.3 miles and turn right on Blue Ridge Road, BLM 26-12-4.2. In 5.5 miles, gravel road (26-12-35) is on the left at the top of the hill. Turn onto this road which immediately splits; take the right fork (26-12-35.1). After .3 miles, you will pass a fire pond on the left. Go for another .2 miles and look for a trail on the left and one on the right. There are many possibilities for rides. The trail on your right is a good one to start on. Coquille On Hwy 42 head south out of Coquille and take a right onto W. Central. Go approximately 1 mile and take a left onto Fairview Rd. Follow Fairview Rd. to a 4 way intersection. Take a left onto the Coos Bay Wagon Road heading towards Sumner. Drive approximately 6 miles and take a right onto Blue Ridge Road (26-12-4.2). Follow this paved road for approximately 4 miles and take a right onto a gravel road (26-12-35). From here the directions above apply.

Fees

There are no fees at this location.

Facilities

Parking is available. Additional facilities are not available at this location. However, the towns of Coquille and Myrtle Point are less than 30 minutes away, and nearby camping is available at Laverne County Park. For additional camping information, please contact the following:

  • Bureau of Land Management: 541-756-0100
  • Coos County Parks: 541-396-3121 (ext. 355)
  • Oregon State Parks: 541-888-8867

Trail Use

Open to Class III vehicles. Please note that we recommend the use of smaller motorcycles due to the often tight trails commonly found here.

Season

Open all year, except to OHVs during the wet winter months. Please contact the Bureau of Land Management for trail closures and conditions.

Comments

These trails are being developed in association with the South Coast Trail Riders Association. Additional information and maps are available from the Coos Bay Bureau of Land Management office and from Coostrails.com.

Riders are asked not to ride trails when wet to avoid destroying the trails.

Address

Blue Ridge Trail System
Bureau of Land Management
Coos Bay District Office

1300 Airport Lane
North Bend, OR 97459

Phone: 541-756-0100
Web Site: Coostrails.com

 

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