Frazier Campground is the launching point for the Winom-Frazier OHV trail system. OHV is code for romping through the woods and getting plastered with mud on your four-wheeler. And this isn’t just a trail, it’s a system. We’re talking over 100 miles of backcountry offroading. This campground clearly knows the type of people it attracts, offering plenty of space for large vehicles and trailers filled with all sorts of fun motorized toys. You won’t find any water or trash here, so come prepared and always pack it out. Frazier is often closed after late Fall due to snow, so check for up-to-date information before visiting during the off-season. Check website for closures. Tip: The Winom-Frazier OHV trail system is not an OHV park, meaning you’ll have to share the trails with hikers and horseback riders. But with over 100 miles to roam, it won’t be hard to escape any potential crowds.
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- 45.158° N, 118.64° W
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