Northwest OHV Park in Bridgeport, TX was created in 2007 and caters to off road enthusiasts looking for a day trip in North Texas to flex their suspensions. At 300 acres, it’s not huge by Texas standards but it does offer a myriad of trail difficulty. Everyone can find something they are comfortable driving with the rig!
|Name||Northwest OHV Park|
|SxS/ATV||Yes (call first)|
|4 Wheeler||Yes (call first)|
|Primitive Camping||Yes (Friday/Saturday, call first)|
Northwest OHV Park Difficulty Rating
We give Northwest OHV Park an average difficulty rating of 2.5 out of 5. 50% of the trails are easy/easier and 50% are medium to difficult. More than other off road parks in Texas, Northwest OHV can quickly become more difficult after rainfall. Avoid mud bogs and puddles in the quarry – some are deep enough to swallow your entire rig.
What We Love:
- Close to DFW – perfect for a day trip
- Good for groups of multiple people
- Good diversity of trails
What We Don’t:
- Gets very muddy, very quickly after rainfall. Stays that way for a long time.
- Trails could be marked better
- Lacks facilities found at other Texas off road parks
Our favorite trails at Northwest OHV Park:
- The Twins
- Spider Web (area)
Click here for Northwest OHV Park Trail Map
If you are in the Dallas Fort Worth area you should definitely check out Northwest OHV. While it lacks infrastructure and can get really muddy it’s a fun time to stretch your suspension legs.