Alfalfa Curves Off Highway Vehicle Staging Area
Millican Valley Ohv Trail System, Near Bend, Oregon
Alfalfa Curves Off Highway Vehicle Staging Area does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!
Set on the western edge of the year-round Millican Plateau OHV Area, this small, roadside staging area offers picnic tables, fire rings and a portable toilet. Access to Trails 17 and 83 is available here, but with connecting trail loops one can access dozens of trail miles.
Know Before You Go:
Spark arrestors are required on your OHVs, year around and on chainsaws, and generators from April 1 to October 31.
Campfires are permitted outside of fire season, but please keep them small and don't leave them unattended. High winds and dry conditions can fuel a wildfire even at unlikely times of the year.
Millican Plateau is open year-round. North Millican and South Millican have seasonal closures.
The Millican Plateau area is remote and visitors should be equipped to be self-sufficient. Riders should wear appropriate safety gear, carry a first aid kit, and never ride alone. Most Forest Service and BLM personnel have radios and can give assistance. There is a cellular phone repeater on Grizzly Mountain and coverage is fair for most of the area.
Point of Interest:
Alfalfa Curves is named for two dog-leg curves in the otherwise straight-line Reservoir Road.