Walker Valley / WV-22

Mount Vernon, Washington (Skagit County)

Last Updated: 09/11/2020
3 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
Highlight: Walker Valley / WV-22
WV-22 is a service road on the west side of the Walker Valley ORV Park. The trail is a dirt road that can be muddy and has many potholes. It can be a busy place, and while there is ample room, be mindful of other drivers around you. The trail as a whole is fairly easy, and could be accomplished by almost any vehicle, were it not for the gatekeeper. The gate is kept closed to keep out non-modified 4X4 vehicles, making the only way in to go through the gatekeeper to the side. The rocks are large, and it can be muddy, but it’s not too difficult. Once it has been passed, the rest of the trail is a basic dirt road. There is a small pullout area just before the trail entrance that can also be used to air up/down your tires. This trail gives you access to Timber Tamer at Waypoints 2, 3, and 4, and EZ-Valley Connecter at Waypoint 5. Walker Valley ORV is comprised of 3,200 acres, with twelve 4X4 trails, and many more ATV and dirt bike trails. The trails offer many challenges like rocks, roots, and ruts. These obstacles will change from season to season, with the addition of snow and rain, which can also produce large puddles and muddy stretches. From the mild to wild, Walker Valley ORV provides something for everyone.
For individual use only, not to be shared.