Hood River OHV Trail 199

Hood River, Oregon (Hood River County)

Last Updated: 04/01/2022
5 / 5 ( 10 reviews )
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Highlight: Hood River OHV Trail 199
Just outside of Hood River, Oregon Trail 199 is short in distance but easy and fun to drive. It can be used as a connector to several other OHV Trails and Forest Service Roads in the area around Kingsley Reservoir. This narrow trail is within the forest, with thick trees lining both sides. Amazing views of Mt. Hood and the Hood River Valley can be seen from nearby roads. Typically used as a short section of a longer route – this uphill climb has plenty of decent-sized rocks and ruts to challenge the novice driver.


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1. Lower Trailhead (0 mi)
East end, or "bottom" trailhead access. Easy to spot if coming from the east, but easy to miss if coming from the opposite direction.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: From Hood River, Oregon

Take I84 to exit 62. Turn south onto Cascade Ave. Quickly turn right onto Mount Adams Avenue. In 3.2 miles turn right onto Country Club Road. Approximately 2 miles turn right onto Portland Drive. At 1.8 miles turn right onto Binn Hills Drive. At 2.7 miles, Binns Hill Drive becomes FSR2000/Binns Hill Drive. Continue west on FSR2000/Binns Hill Drive for another 2.7 miles and veer right onto FSR2400 (You will see a gate). Once on FSR2400 continue another .2 mile to the trailhead on your left.



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Dean Johnston

Mapping Crew - Oregon

Dean has lived in Oregon for over 12 years - having spent most of his adult life in Southern California where his love for exploring the outdoors was born. Over the years Dean has hiked to remote fishing holes, mountain biked red-dirt trails of AZ, and backpacked the trails of the Eastern Sierras. As an avid off-road explorer driving a Jeep Wrangler, Dean can often be found traversing the back-roads and trails of Oregon and Washington, or overlanding in Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah. Dean is also a Trail Guide for Jeep Jamboree USA, guiding jamboree participants in and around the 4x4 trails of Tillamook State Forest in Oregon. Dean's day-job is Business Development for a local aerospace company, but he has also owned & operated a number of small businesses. Dean is a retired Police Officer, an Army veteran, and airplane pilot.
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