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Marienville 219 155 un 66 3005 Ridgway u tR o 153 The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Tr prohibits discrimination in all its programs R un and activities on the basis of race, color, Mead national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with 437 153-A disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should Level Of Difficulty contact USDA’s TARGET Center at 202-720- Run 2600 (voice and TDD). MORE DIFFICULT To file a complaint of discrimination, write Sl E lk ate ho Run USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room r lroa d N rR nR 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and n i un do Marshburg Ra Whitney Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, en an un ar Ad lar DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice g 8 mi. Su or TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity am C pm . provider and employer. s To Cha Rd 0 1/4 1/2 3/4 1 1/2 0 1/4 1/2 3/4 1 Mile Scale In Miles Chapman Ru To SR 321 Scale In Miles State Park n PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER RIDING THE TRAIL – This trail is open to Class I ATVs, REGULATIONS WILLOW CREEK SAFETY MESSAGES ROCKY GAP motorcycles, snowmobiles, horses, and mountain bikes. All ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE (ATV) TRAIL ALL–TERRAIN VEHICLE (ATV) TRAIL ATV trails are marked with yellow diamonds. Consult the Travel is permitted on designated, blazed routes trailhead bulletin boards for more information and additional only. The trail is clearly marked with yellow diamonds CUSTOMER SERVICE – The Bradford (SR 346) area offers • Become familiar with Forest Service CUSTOMER SERVICE – The Warren area offers food, lodging, on trees. Off-trail travel may damage the forest resource food, lodging, gasoline, and medical facilities. Also, the Bradford gas and medical facilities. We would like to hear about your trails that may be open or closed. regulations and State ATV Laws. or pose a safety hazard to other forest users. Please Ranger Station, located at the junction of SR 59 & SR 321 has trail experience. The trail is divided into two loops by Pleasant Drive (State Road respect the rights of others. ATV riding on unmarked additional books and materials to help you enjoy the Forest. • Wear a helmet and eye protection at all 3005/337). The trail is suitable for both motorcycle and ATV routes is a violation of Forest regulation 36 CFR 261.54a times when operating an ATV. EMERGENCY– Call 911. The nearest hospital and pay telephone use. However, due to steep side slopes, the ATV user may and subject to citation. EMERGENCY – Call 911. The nearest hospital is 13 miles are located six miles north of the trailhead, in Warren, PA. • Carry passengers only if your ATV is experience difficulty in some sections. Please exercise extra east of the trailhead, in Bradford, PA. The nearest pay telephone Mountain bikes and horses are permitted to use the trails If you note unsafe conditions on the trail, please report them caution in these areas. The southern loop is 10.8 miles and is is four miles northwest on SR 346. designed for them. all year-round. ATV and motorcycle use during closed to the Bradford Ranger Station. Things to report could include rated MORE DIFFICULT. The northern loop is 11.1 miles and seasons is not permitted. If you note unsafe conditions on the trail, please report them • Speeds of over 25 mph are prohibited. damage to the trail surface, trees across the trail, damaged or is rated MOST DIFFICULT. Both trails are ONE-WAY travel to the Bradford Ranger Station. Things to report could include missing trail signs and blazes, dangerous stream crossings, only except where otherwise posted. All ATVs must be registered in accordance with State of damage to the trail surface, trees across the trail, damaged or • Drive within your level of skill and ability. damaged bridges, boggy areas, washouts, and other similar Pennsylvania law or in a reciprocating state with CAMPING is permitted along the trail as long as your equipment missing signs and blazes, damaged bridges, washouts, and • Be aware of other users of various ages items. We appreciate your help. does not block the trail. Camping is not permitted at the Rocky recreational vehicle registration. Registration is available other similar conditions. We appreciate your help. and skill levels on the trail. Gap Trailhead. at local ATV dealers or all Pennsylvania Department of The trail is open from the Friday before Memorial Day Environmental Resources Snowmobile/ATV units. The The trail is open from the Friday before Memorial Day • Riders in two-way travel areas should be through the last Sunday in September; and December 20 fees are used to help maintain the ATV trail system. through the last Sunday in September. to April 1. alert for oncoming traffic. INFORMATION It is illegal to drive an OHV while under the influence of Call ahead. Trails may be closed during adverse conditions. Call ahead. Trails may be closed during adverse conditions. alcohol or drugs. • Be alert for STOP, BRIDGE AHEAD, For more information about this and other area Willow Creek ATV Trail is a 10.0 mile loop trail traversing scenic, LOGGING AREA, and other signs on The Rocky Gap ATV Trail is a 21.9 mile loop trail traversing events, contact: Mufflers are required on all ATVs and motorcycles. forested hills on the Bradford District of the Allegheny National the forested hills of the Allegheny National Forest. It was the trail. Forest Supervisor’s Office Lights must be used between sunset and sunrise. Forest. It is for the enjoyment of ATV and motorcycle riders designed for the enjoyment of ATV and motorcycle riders of • Adults should accompany and supervise 222 Liberty Street • P.O. Box 847 • Warren, PA 16365 of intermediate skill level. intermediate and expert skill level. drivers under the age of 16. 814-723-5150 • 814-726-2710 TTY FINDING THE TRAIL – Main trailhead parking is located along FINDING THE TRAIL – The trailhead parking lot is located www.fs.fed.us/r9/allegheny NOXIOUS WEEDS Forest Road (FR) 137, approximately two miles south of State along Pleasant Drive (State Road 3005/337), at the intersection Bradford Ranger District Noxious weeds generally possess one or more of the Route 346 and 11 miles west of Bradford. This trail can be of Forest Road (FR) 155 (6 miles south of Warren, PA). You 29 US Forest Service Drive • Bradford, PA 16701 following characteristics: aggressive and difficult to manage, found on the Stickney quadrangle map. can also access the trail anywhere it crosses a public road. poisonous, toxic, parasitic, a carrier or host of serious TREAD LIGHTLY! This trail can be found on the Warren quadrangle map.XXX 814-362-4613 • 814-368-8116 TTY RIDING THE TRAIL – This trail is open to Class I ATVs, www.fs.fed.us/r9/allegheny insects or disease and being native or new to or not motorcycles, horses, and mountain bikes. All ATV trails are Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau common to the United States or parts thereof. (FSM 2080) marked with yellow diamonds. Consult the trailhead bulletin CAMPING P.O. Box 37 • Bradford, PA 16701 ANF Trail users can help prevent the spread of noxious boards for more information and additional trails that may be 814-368-9370 weeds by: open or closed. www.allegheny-vacation.com • Marienville ATV TraiI: Loleta and Beaver Meadows • Washing equipment before arriving at the trail and after This 10.0 mile system is rated MORE DIFFICULT and is suited There are numerous private and public campgrounds Recreation Areas. Northern Alleghenies Vacation Region trail use. to ATVs and motorcycles. The trail is ONE-WAY travel except near the ATV Trails. They offer restrooms, drinking • Rocky Gap ATV Trail: Hearts Content and Buckaloons 315 2nd Avenue • P.O. Box 804 • Warren, PA 16365 • Staying on designated trails. where otherwise posted. water, and some provide warm showers and utility Recreation Areas 814-726-1222 • 800-624-7802 CAMPING is permitted along the trail as long as your equipment hookups. The following National Forest Campgrounds • Timberline ATV Trail: Twin Lakes Recreation Area www.northernalleghenies.com • Learning how to identify noxious weeds such as purple Loosestrife, Multiflora Rose, and Giant Hogweed. does not block the trail. There is limited space for camping at are located within a half-hour’s drive of these trails: • Willow Creek ATV Trail: Tracy Ridge and Willow Bay ENJOY THE TRAIL! the Willow Creek trailhead. Recreation Areas To learn more, please contact the nearest ANF office. Please reuse your brochure. We would like to hear about your trail experience.