Requirements for riding at the park include a valid driver's license and an approved OHV. The park also asks that riders stay on marked trails, drive responsibly, and wear protective equipment such as a helmet, gloves, and boots. Children who are between the ages of 8-16 (and until they get a driver's license) must pass a state-required youth off-highway vehicle (OHV) education program. All children under the age of eight may not operate an OHV.
The park has several amenities, including restrooms, locker rooms, picnic tables, and parking areas. The park also offers educational programs for both children and adults that teach riders about the environment, safety practices, and responsible riding techniques.
One of the best parts of the park is its abundance of wildlife. From deer and elk to rabbits, squirrels, and birds, the park is full of animals to see as you ride. The trails are also well maintained with plenty of shade trees and other vegetation that make riding even more enjoyable.