Manastash Ridge is a great place to spend several days camping and riding. There are two campgrounds within a mile of each other, with many spots large enough for groups with multiple trailers. No reservations, arrive early to make sure you get the spot you want. Both campgrounds offer direct trail access. There is a kiddie loop in Manastash Camp, built for small children on bikes and ATVs, 100cc max. There are multiple public restrooms on site.
Most of the trails in this area are rocky, rooty, bumpy, off-camber, rutted out, and steep. In the winter, there are deep mud puddles that you will slide sideways into. This is a challenging area, not good for beginners.
Some of the trails take several hours to complete – and you have to travel them both directions due to the service roads not being open to ORVs even if you’re “street legal” (WATV metal tag with On Road tabs) at this time.
Get details including directions, staging areas, maps, and difficulty levels in the UTV Guide to WA State.