Walker River Resort
Nevada Bureau of Land Management acres adjoin the Resort property. While ATV usage is not allowed in the Resort, we encourage riding in the outlying areas. Guests are provided with a
of the immediate area and guidelines. Here
is a link to
a secondary map of the area. The use of existing trails is highly beneficial and recommended. Trails lead to destinations both close (12 mi.) and far (65 mi.) from the Resort.
Please Note: the old mining town of Ludwig (a
popular destination) is now closed off from visitors. The old mine is
preparing to re-open. For more information, visit the
Record Courier newspaper article.
ATV Guidelines for Guests.
Please Read and Follow these Guidelines.
(Applies to Dirt bikes, quads, atv's, utv's,
mules, sand rails, street legal bikes.)
Trips to and from the store, bar, swimming pool, beach, friend's RV's,
desert golf course, cottages, etc. are not allowed on ATV's.
Please walk instead.
Dirt bikes and ATV's can only be
ridden between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.
Do not tune up your
equipment in camp. Limit your trips in and out.
from the Resort property, leave before 8:00 pm and
return quietly prior to 11:00 pm.
The Sierra View Subdivision east
of Hudson Way is off limits.
Hudson Way is a county road.
Our neighbors use it. Keep it in good shape.
Do not spin out or do donuts on
the dirt side of Hudson Way. Beware of cattle trucks, hay, and
manure trucks. Stay on the side of road.
Please stay off the pavement
on the paved portion of Hudson Way.
Parents are responsible for their
children's behavior. Supervise them.
Utilize only the existing
trails and roads. Tread lightly or the riding will be closed by BLM,
Environmental Groups, and/or Local Officials.
Access to Wilson Canyon
Recreational area is via a trail on the south side of Hwy. 208.
No access route is available along the River. Respect private
property owners. Do not trespass.
Thank you for your cooperation.
These riding areas
were recently featured in Dirt Wheels Magazine. Each area is
accessible from Walker River Resort.
MASON PASS ROAD
The Mason Pass Road is an 11-mile route that is part of the Yerington
Multiple Use Trail System. This is a dirt road with steady elevation gain.
You can reach Mason Pass Road by riding directly from the Resort.
Parking for the Central Yerington trails is available at Weed Heights Park
grounds or at the Highway 339 rest area just south of Yerington.
CONTACT: (775) 885-6000.