The Arizona SunRiders ATV Club was started with the idea of working with the Yuma and Lake Havasu BLM, US Forest Service, all Cities and Towns in the area, the Colorado River Indian Tribes, the Quartzsite Gem & Mineral Club, the Metal Detecting Club and the local Merchants and all other interested parties to keep trails open and maintained. Our vision was to create a trail system like the Paiute ATV Trail System in Utah with a perimeter trail with interior and exterior trails including cities and towns for services.
The Arizona SunRiders ATV Club has become the 'Go To Group' in the last few year since forming the Club. Club Member efforts have become a major part in the formation of the Arizona Peace Trail Project. The first three BLM La Paz County and Peace Trail Signs that were installed by Bouse Ghost Riders and Arizona SunRiders. Some signs will be dual purpose for the La Paz County Trails and the Peace Trail. GPS readings were recorded and when the project is finished there will be a sign about every mile.
The Arizona SunRiders ATV Club has been working with Ray Aspa Sr. at the Colorado River Indian Tribe since last year on getting the Trails open on the Reservation so that OHV Riders would have some new and exciting places to ride and as of March 1, 2010 you can purchase a $25.00 Tag per year to put on your OHV and ride the Reservation.
You will need to read CRIT - Article 4 (Land Code).
On Wednesday, January 6th, 2016 just north of Bouse (at the north end of Rayder Road), the "First Arizona Peace Trail sign was installed. This was a significant milestone for the Arizona Peace Trail as lots of people, officials and clubs have put a lot of work and time in creating this moment and the Peace Trail. This is the first sign of many to mark the open trails in La Paz and Lake Havasu County which was a dream started in 2008.
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
Once you have identified a trail (scroll in and out)
... click on trail to reveal even more information such as Profile etc
Arizona Peace Trail (AZPT) is the PREMIER off-road loop trail in western Arizona. This 750-mile nationally acclaimed trail, in one of the most OHV-friendly states, is a must-experience for dirt bikes, quads, SxS & Jeeps.
Please take a look at our introductory map and info below. For more information visit www.ArizonaPeaceTrail.ORG
The cities along the route are all tourist friendly & excited to help you enjoy off-roading in Mohave, La Paz and Yuma counties.
|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:
|N33 52.104||W113 23.876|
|Trail Head:||N33 50.026||W113 22.549|
|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|