Celebrate Thanksgiving with a trip to Reiter!

Reiter 4x4
Challenge your skills this Thanksgiving holiday on new trails at Reiter Foothills Forest.
Photo by: DNR/David Way

A special “Thank you!” to volunteers from the off-road vehicle (ORV) community who have been staffing the gate to motorized trails at Reiter Foothills Forest this season.

Thanks to them, DNR has been able to keep the trails open much later in the season than we expected.

These same volunteers have gone above and beyond to make motorized recreation opportunities possible this holiday.

Thanksgiving Holiday Rides
Volunteers will keep gates open at Reiter Foothills Forest from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. over the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Head up to Reiter and celebrate with friends or family this Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (November 28 through December 1).

Remember – your Discover Pass is required to access the trails by vehicle. Find out if you need one for your ORV here.

Reiter Foothills Forest
If it’s been a while since you’ve visited Reiter, there are a lot of new trails to ride. Whether you’re a dirt biker, an ATV rider, or a 4×4 rock crawler, you can find something to enjoy.

Reiter ATV
Work off holiday dinner on the ATV trails at Reiter. Photo by: DNR/Jessica Payne

After the holiday,  trails will be open on our Winter schedule:

Saturdays   9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sundays   9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

We’re excited to know what you think of the trails. Email your trip report to DNR at recreation@dnr.wa.gov.

Print maps, view trail rules, and get directions before you go on the DNR Reiter Foothills Forest webpage.

Want to get updates about new developments at Reiter Foothills Forest? Subscribe to our Northwest Region Recreation e-Newsletter.

Reiter Needs You
DNR is looking for more volunteers to help keep Reiter’s motorized trails opened throughout the winter.

If you’re available to open or close the gate (near Gold Bar, WA) on Saturdays or Sundays, contact DNR’s David Way at 360-333-5741.

Happy holidays from everyone here at DNR!

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