Blue Creek and Rosita Flats [map] were set aside for all-terrain vehicle recreation. Riders must stay within the cutbanks of Blue Creek and Rosita and below 3000 ft. elevation. All riders must wear a DOT approved safety helmet and eye protection.
Please review the Lake Meredith ORV brochure as well as the Texas Parks and Wildlife OHV and Trail Program statutes.
**For maps and specific Off-Road Vehicle questions, including information about the NPS OHV permitting system, please call Park Headquarters at 806-857-3151.**
In addition to the NPS OHV permit, a Texas State ORV decal is required and can be purchased from participating retailers or by calling the Texas Parks & Wildlife Customer Service Center at (512)389-8917. For more information visit Texas Parks & Wildlife.
Don't litter—LEAVE NO TRACE!
Don't spin your tires and tear up the soil.
Don't disturb the wildlife and plants.
Drive slowly because speed is not your friend.
Off-road vehicle area on the northwest side of the lake, off FM 1913.
Off-road vehicle area on the Canadian River with access from Highway 87/287.
Last updated: June 5, 2020