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Minnesota ATV/OHV Trail Locations

Discussion in 'Central Regional Rides and Events' started by Steelslinger, May 11, 2012.

  1. Steelslinger

    Steelslinger Site Supporter

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    I have created a Google Maps Layer that has all the locations of the trail heads and parking area's for all the OHV & ATV trails I could find through the MN-DNR plus a few I know of personally. The nice thing is you can click on the trail system parking area and be able to get directions from anywhere, works on Google Maps for Mobile too. Also, each entry has: Name of the nearest town, difficulty rating (DNR set), miles of trail, dates that the system is open, a link to the trail map in PDF form, and what machines are allowed (i.e. ATV Class 1, ATV Class 2, Off-Highway Motorcycles, and Off-Road Vehicles).

    I will keep it as up to date as I can.

    Minnesota OHV Trail Locations on Google Maps
     
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  2. Hammer

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    that is really cool!
     
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    Sweet man. One these days hopefully can get out and ride that way.
     
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  4. Steelslinger

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    Thanks.

    I'd like to get a good site made that would have all the info on the trails of MN, with reviews, pictures, videos, etc. the DNR resource and even the resources of the state advocacy board isn't the greatest. This was my first step/attempt to get that info together.
     
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