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Arizona Game and Fish Department

In addition to managing Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources, the Arizona Game and Fish Department receives funding for OHV information, education, and law enforcement. The Department also works with other agencies to establish rules regarding equipment necessary to operate OHVs safely and responsibly.

Arizona State Land Department

The Arizona State Land Department manages over 9 million acres of property in the state for the benefit of Arizona Schools. Entry and travel across Arizona Trust Lands requires appropriate permits. Hunters and anglers with valid hunting or fishing licenses are allowed access to State Trust Lands. In addition, vehicles bearing the OHV decal are allowed to cross State Trust Lands. All other vehicles and uses require a permit available from the Arizona State Land Department.

Arizona State Parks

Arizona State Parks administers the grant component of the state’s off-highway vehicle program and is responsible for compiling the State Trails Report used to guide OHV management efforts.

Arizona State Land Department
1616 West Adams Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
General Information and
Recreational Permits: 602-542-4631
www.land.az.gov

Arizona State Parks
1300 W. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
General Information: 602-542-4174
www.azstateparks.com

Arizona Game and Fish Department
5000 West Carefree Highway
Phoenix, AZ 85086
General Information: 602-942-3000
www.azgfd.gov/OHV