B-26, Spiderweb Loop, circles the southeast B section of the park, passing dozens of other technical trails. The Southern end of the B-26 loop is notorious for large mud bogs during wet periods. Be cautious as the mud is thick and sticky, with a peanut butter-type consistency. The west and east side of the loop are easy, hard-packed surfaces with a few exposed rocks. The northern end of the loop presents the only non-mud-related challenge, with a 12-degree hill where you straddle a 14'' deep erosion rut. In dry conditions, this trail is suitable for any high clearance vehicle.
Daily fees and annual passes can be purchased at the park gate with a card or cash, but both fees are cheaper if bought online.
Hours and Location
Northwest OHV Park is at 279 George Mitchell Pkwy, Bridgeport, TX 76426. The park hours vary depending on the time of year. For more information, call (940) 683-3480 Monday through Friday or (940) 683-3685 on weekends.
Free primitive camping is allowed in the staging area on Friday and Saturday nights. No camping in the woods or on the trails.
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