Dirt bike trails in the Hendrie forest, Ontario

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One of the largest Simcoe County forests open to dirt bikes. Good mix of double and some pretty good single track. Good fun!

Note: to ride your dirt bike in this as well as any Simcoe County Forest, you need to be a SCORRA/OFTR member. Use spark arrestor and less than 94db, otherwise you're actually trespassing!


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This map is also listed here but with a different name: http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails-a-z/simcoe-county---anten-mills/

Don't forget that this is a multiple use forest, so take care, keep the noise down and have fun!


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We're listing only "approved" trails where dirt bikes (off-road motorcycles) are permitted, in southern Ontario. There's usually some fees and/or memberships associated with all these. The trails are generally multi-use so you will encounter people on foot, mountain bikes, ATVs, horseback riders. Be nice!

We're also listing the pay-to-play facilities with motocross tracks and/or trails.

If we're missing any interesting entries, please drop an email.

You should double check before heading out - things do change! That's why we include several links to other sites describing the same trail/track.

Good off-road gear is really important, trust me! Here's what you should have, in order of importance:

  • Off-Road DOT helmet - there is some concern about the apropriateness of SNELL helmets, since asphalt is rare in the forest…
  • Off-Road or Motocross boots - preferably with a good seal at the top to keep water and dirt out.
  • Chest protector or body armor of some sort
  • MX gloves - must have some really nice colors
  • handguards / bark busters

Have fun!

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