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Worland Field Office

Ride Legal!

Top Ten OHV Rules

Riding your off-highway vehicle is a great way to have fun on your public lands! And most of the land managed by the Worland Field Office is open for OHV use as long as you Ride Legal! by staying on the existing roads and trails.

In a few areas though, restrictions have been placed on OHV use to protect other resources, such as wildlife and watersheds; restrictions can include road closures or seasonal rules.

As a responsible OHV user, it's important for you to know the rules where you ride. The maps & web pages below can help, or drop by BLM's Worland Field Office and we'll be glad to get you on the right road.