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Claiborne Multi-Use Trails

Contact Info
Kisatchie National Forest
9912 Highway 28 West
Boyce, LA 71409

Phone:
318-793-9427

Description

The Calcasieu Ranger District manages two trail systems: the Claiborne and Enduro Trails. Both trails offer a variety of recreation experiences within the Kisatchie National Forest that is actively managed to restore native environments. The Enduro trail offers unique views of open longleaf pine savannahs. The Claiborne trail is where over 500,000 troops trained for WWII and was the 3rd largest city in Louisiana during those war years. The trails are available for ATV, Motorcycle, and Horse use. Hiking and biking are also allowed on Claiborne and Enduro Trails; however, they are primarily used for motorized and equestrian riders.

The claiborne Trails are "Multi-Use" allowing Ohv's, motorcycles, horses, biking, and hiking. Located off U.S. Highway 165 between Foresthill, Louisiana and Woodworth, Louisiana. The Claiborne Trails are all loop trails.

Details

Additional Details:

Due to the overall lack of maintenance, these trails may be in poor condition. Check locally for conditions and weather. The Loran Camp & Trailhead provides immediate access to all 3 loops. Ahtus Melder Camp is available for horse use only. Another trailhead is planned for Motorcycles accessing Boy Scout loop.

Camping for the Claiborne Trail
Loran Camp provides primitive camping for ATV''s and Motorcycles. Ahtus Melder provides primitive camping for Horse use.

Where Can I ride?
OHV''s must stay on the designated Claiborne and Enduro trails. All cross country (off road, off trail) travel by any motorized vehicle, including OHV''s, is prohibited. No mudding or destruction of resources is allowed.

All paved and gravel roads are closed to non-street legal OHV''s. It is not legal to “cut donuts” in roads or to ride road cut banks and fill slopes. It is not legal for riders to make their own trails.

Safety
Riders should wear appropriate safety gear, carry a first aid kit, and ride with caution.

The trail is two-way and provides a primitive trail experience. Blind turns, hikers, other riders, or horses should be anticipated. Roots, logs, and stream crossings will be slippery. Riding fast is hazardous and is not recommended.

It is unlawful to operate an OHV under the influence of drugs or alcohol or in such a manner that endangers the safety of others.

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