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             - Your source for offroading in Arizona!

If you have a passion for exploring Arizona, love offroading, and love to get outside, then you've come to the right place. We've got tons of OHV trails, information on historic sites, and trip ideas on our site. Use the menu above to get started discovering something new!

 

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The AZOFFROAD.NET team

 

Summer is almost over and that means it's time to get back on the trails soon! Stay tuned to our website for new additions under OHV trails, Day/Road Trips, and Historic Places pages. Also be sure to keep up with us on all the social media sites listed at the bottom of the page!

Arizona fact of the week:

The Navajo Nation (NE corner of the state) is the only portion of Arizona that observes daylight savings time.

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Historic Places:

From wide open deserts to steep mining roads in the high mountains, Arizona has hundreds of great trails great for beginners and experts alike. Click below to get started exploring trails for your next outing!

Like the trails, the roads across Arizona offer a multitude of new places to explore. From world-famous locales like the Grand Canyon, to hidden gems along the back roads, there's something for everyone on every kind of journey.

Arizona is fortunate to have played such an important role in history. Historic sites liter the state and vary from entire ghost towns to simple road side monuments. Check out our in-depth history pages.

Explore OHV Trails ----> Explore Road Trips ----> Explore History Pages ---->

Getting Started with our Site:

We've built our site to make it simple to navigate and quickly get tons of free information on everything about Arizona. While our specealty is off-roading, our greater focus is enjoying everything Arizona has to offer. Use the menu above or these quick links below to start learning and exploring.

Off-road tip of the week:

Staying on existing trails and roads help to ensure that they stay open for future generations to enjoy