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TreadLightlyBouseAZ endorses the concept of environmental sustainability and its philosophies that most recognized ATV and OHV Clubs have practiced for several years.

Our desire is to work with local clubs and on this page, provide a basic list of trails, GPS locations and notes for safe and respectful use of the trails in the region. We encourage the responsible use of ATVs and OHVs that clubs provide and encourage all user to consider being a member of one (or more) of the clubs listed. In many cases being a member of a club will result in many other potential trails that have not been included in order to protect these areas from over use.

It is only with this responsible use that ATV and OHV users will continue to have access to these areas in the future. Clubs work closely with other clubs to provide a strong voice of reason in the continued efforts to manage and/or close access to recreational activities.


Is a trail system, covering over 700 miles an stretching across 3 Counties; Yuma, La Paz and Mohave. The “Arizona Peace Trail” is a great way to take daily rides or planned overnight trips in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. At least a dozen regional OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) clubs, in three counties, have participated in the inventory of places to visit throughout Yuma, La Paz and Mohave Counties. To view a map of the Arizona Peace Trail ... CLICK HERE

AZ Peace Trail Map

To access an Interactive Map ... CLICK HERE

for more information ... VISIT


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Trails and Notes

CHECK OUT THIS LINK ... There are a scadzillion trails out through the desert in this area.  The trails are just a few ways to navigate the maze.

Jeep the USA - Quartzsite - trail notes, Waypoints, downloads & maps


Assay Office-Bouse:  N33 55.985 W114 00.227
Swansea Mine: N34 10.230 W113 50.551
Fisherman Intaglio: N33 47.450 W114 05.670
Saguaro Mine: N33 44.638 W113 28.397
Four Peaks Loop Link Plomosa Backside
Southern Cross Mine Link    


Dripping Springs:  N33 36.653 W114 04.729
Preachers Pass: N33 43.592 W114 03.680
Mercury Mine: N33 32.188 W114 19.295
Hogs Back: N33 33.797 W114 04.056
Lake Alamo Red Canyon: N34 18.402 W113 37.559
Patton Dam: N33 44.881 W114 09.455
Prison Rock Quarry: N33 50.754 W113 42.182
Diablo Pass Link Dripping Springs Link
New Water Pass Link    


Alamo Lake State Park: N34 13.674 W113 34.600
Eagle Eye Mountain: N33 53.971 W113 10.594

Harquahala Pack Trail:
(off Hwy 60)

N33 52.104 W113 23.876
Trail Head: N33 50.026 W113 22.549
Harquahala Peak:
(Smithsonian Observatory)
N33 48.717 W113 20.828
Wenden Cemetery: N33 49.142 W113 31.954
911 Memorial: N33 46.842 W113 36.938
Dick Wick Halls Marker: N33 46.970 W113 37.081
Harrisburg Cemetery: N33 44.067 W113 32.529
Indian Springs: N33 50.754 W113 42.182
Harcuvar Mtn & Mtn Pass Petroglyphs: N33 44.929 W33 44.929
Frontside 2.0 - 3.0 Hillbilly
Preacher Pass Link Tank Pass Plus


Once you have identified a trail (scroll in and out)
... click on trail to reveal even more information such as Profile etc 

GhostridersBouse Ghost Riders
P.O. Box 878
Bouse, AZ 85325

Phone: (404) 642-4126

Arizona SunRiders ATV Club
P. O. Box 5054
Quartzsite, Arizona 85359

Havasu 4-Wheelers 
OHV Type: 4WD

Parker 4-Wheelers 
OHV Type: 4WD 

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