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ATV & Off-Highway Vehicles

Oahe Downstream OHV area

Where to ride

The Oahe Downstream Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) Area features close to 400 acres of hilly grassland, river bluff and vegetated shale slopes for you to explore. Boundaries are marked, but there are no designated trails.

The Revheim Bay Off-highway Vehicle Area features a 1.1 mile long track.

When in the off-highway vehicle areas, vehicles are not required to be licensed or to have a park entrance license. Riding is allowed only on designated areas inside the OHV area.

Oahe Downstream Recreation Area
5 miles N of Fort Pierre off SD 1806
Phone: 605.223.7722

Revheim Bay Recreation Area
1 mile SE of Mobridge off US Hwy 12
Phone: 605.845.7112

Where Not to Ride

Off-highway vehicle use is prohibited on snowmobile trails.

Off-highway vehicles are prohibited from the snowmobile trails system during the snowmobile season. Snowmobiles are permitted only during the designated snowmobile season.

Rules and Regulations

View rules for off-highway vehicles in state parks.

 

Other Places to Ride

Black Hills National Forest
Phone: 605.673.9200

Buffalo Gap National Grassland
Phone: 605.745.4107

Custer National Forest
Phone: 605.797.4432

Fort Pierre National Grassland
Phone: 605.224.5517

Licensing Information

Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles
Phone: 605.773.3541

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