Grapevine #543

Total Miles
1.4

Elevation

1,043.26 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Grapevine is a 50-inch trail in the Hayfield Draw OHV area near Camp Verde, Arizona, and is one of the first trails accessed from the staging area. This trail heads south from the parking lot, paralleling the Camp Verde Trail. Although it's a 50-inch trail, it looks mostly used by dirt bikers, since most ATVers probably hop on the parallel Camp Verde Trail instead. Grapevine has become more narrow over time like a single track, and it's a fun, fast, and flowy trail that meets back up with Camp Verde Trail after 1.5 miles. It's really easy and smooth, except for one rockier small climb at the beginning. There is one big G-out near the parking lot to watch out for as well.

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Grapevine #543
Grapevine #543
Grapevine #543

Difficulty

This is an easy 50-inch trail for ATVs that is smooth and flowy, but it has become more narrow over time and would be a bit narrow for ATVs.

Technical Rating

2

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Access Description

The Hayfield Draw OHV area near Camp Verde, Arizona, accesses 80 acres of motorized cross-country areas and trails for dirt bikes and ATVs of 50 inches or less in the Prescott National Forest. The area is open seasonally from September 1 to May 31 since it is too hot to ride during the summer. There are about 8 ATV trails accessed from this staging area of easy to intermediate difficulty, and you can connect to the Copper Canyon OHV area by taking the Camp Verde trail 11 miles south, but the Copper Canyon trails are much more rocky and difficult. The Hayfield Draw staging area has restrooms, shaded picnic tables, and garbage service. It is day-use only and costs $5 per vehicle, except it is free on Wednesdays.

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