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We are a family orientated nonprofit club open to the public for the preservation, enjoyment and sustainment of our riding areas. We are keeping our sport available for generations to come. We are currently working with the Forest Service and the Oregon State Parks to develop riding trails in the Rock Creek OHV trail System.Located in the Mt Hood National Forest.

NOMAC Membership

Membership runs from January 1 to December 31st each year.

Single or Family $25.00

Membership Application / PDF 

Please send a check or money order to :
NOMAC, PO Box 43 Maupin, Or. 97037

Become a Member and Join in all the FUN!!!

We are looking for suggestions and events to fill in our monthly rides. Please contact our activities director with any suggestions or ideas you may have. We look forward to hearing from you.

Monthly NOMAC Meetings

The 4th Tuesday of every month at 7pm
Location: Spooky’s Pizza unless otherwise noted in the calendar
Spooky’s Pizza 3320 W 6th St. The Dalles, Oregon 97058

Call 541-478-2910 for more information

Details on rides and logistics will be covered at each meeting to get the best possible ride experience for all members.

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Please fill out the form below and send it to us via the contact page

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Rock Creek OHV Trail MapRock Creek OHV Riding Area, located approximately 50 miles southeast of Portland out Hwy 26 south to Forest Service Road 43 north and then east on Forest Service Road 48, offers approximately 60 miles of off highway trails and mixed-use roads open to Class 1 and 3 ATVs (quads and bikes) and is a much more recently developed riding area.  NO Side x Sides ALLOWED

Morrow County OHV ParkThe park has over 8125 acres in South Morrow and Grant County and is adjacent to Highway 207, which is also known as the Spray Highway. During the winter, this area can also be used as a Snow-Park for snowmobiling and cross country skiing. The new addition of the Grant County Property now has 200 miles of trails and more in construction!! Partnering with Grant County an additional 1,925 acres have been purchased with ATV Grant funds.

McCubbins Gulch –  Motorcycle & ATV area. From Portland take Hwy 26 to Hwy 216 east turn left on RD 2130 and stay to the left at the first crossroad and just up the road is the day use area. To get to the campground take Hwy 216 just past Bear Springs Work Center to RD 2110, turn left/north. At the first crossroads stay right on 2110. On the other side of Clear Creek Ditch turn right on RD 2110-230 this takes you to the main campground. I have heard their are about 30 to 50 miles of trails. The trails are desert like with wooded areas, creeks and some trails are rocky. Still a fun place to ride.

Trail Map

Hood River OHV Area – Motorcycle & ATV area. From Portland Take HWY 84 east to exit 62. Turn right at exit. Take the first right (Country Club Road) follow it till you reach the stop sign. Turn right to stay on Country Club Road. Take the first left to stay on Country Club Road or follow the signs to Hood River Golf and Country Club. Follow the road down to the right around the next corner. After the right hand corner take the next left to stay on Country Club Road. This will take you in front of Hood River Golf and Country Club. At the next intersection turn right and stay to the right. This will put you on Binns Hill Dr. Stay on Binns Hill Drive to go to the Binns Hill Staging Area or take a left about an 1/8 mile after you turn onto Binns Hill Dr, turn left on to Kingsley Road. Follow Kingsley Road to the camping and staging area.

Browns Camp is a popular starting point and is the eastern most staging area. Take Hwy 6 to Beaver Dam Road. (marker the ODOT Sand Shed on Hwy 6/Milepost 32.9)  Follow Beaver Dam Rd. to the right. At the first y in the road, stay left on Beaver Dam Rd. At the next 3 intersections stay to the right on Beaver Dam Rd. You will then cross a small bridge and come to a stop sign. Go left, this will take you into Browns Camp Campground and day use area.

Information Hotline: 503-359-7402


Lyda Camp is another staging area. Turn on South Fork Rd./South Fork Prison Camp (Milepost 27.9) off Hwy 6. Follow the road staying to the left and after you pass the prison camp about a mile up the road will be a road to the right. It is called C-line or South Fork Wilson Rd. Take it and immediately after the bridge is Lyda Camp staging area.

Information Hotline: 503-359-7402

Diamond Mill – Turn on North Fork Road (Milepost 22.6), north off Hwy 6. When the road splits, stay to the right and follow the signs up the hill to Diamond Mill.

Information Hotline: 503-359-7402   

Jordan Creek – Hard to Hardest -Jordan Creek staging area is the western most staging area. Take Hwy 6  to (Milepost 17.9) Jordan Creek Rd. On Jordan Creek Rd. stay to the right after you cross the bridge. The staging area is a just over a mile up the road on the right.

Information Hotline: 503-359-7402   

Trask OHV – Hard to Hardest – From Tillamook Hwy 6 take Long Prairie Road south and turn left/east on Trask River Road for about 14 miles or so. Just past East Fork Road is the staging area. The last mile is on a gravel road.

Information Hotline: 503-359-7402

Upper Nestucca OHV AreaBeginner to Moderate – Approximately 17 miles southwest of McMinnville and 9 miles north of Willamina. Over 100 miles of trails and 3 staging areas.

For information about trails and fire restrictions call:

Hood River County Forestry Dept. (541) 387-6888

Nearest Hood River Hospitals

Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital
811 13th Street Hood River Oregon 97031
Emergency: 541-387-6325

Mid Columbia Medical Center
1700 E. 19th Street The Dalles Oregon 97058

Emergency: 541-296-7220

Nearest Tillamook Forest Hospitals

Tillamook Regional Medical-Center
1000 3rd Street Tillamook, Oregon

Tuality Forest Grove Hospital
1809 Maple Street Forest Grove, Oregon

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