On Saturday, August 11, 2007, the City of Bridgeport, with the help of several local enthusiast groups, began converting 300 acres into an awesome OHV park. Two years later, Northwest Park is the place for fun with your ATVs, motorcycles, Jeeps, Hummers, etc. Our goal is to provide a safe, family fun park.
Hours & Location
Northwest Park is located at 279 George Mitchell Pkwy, Bridgeport, TX 76426 (view directions). The park hours vary depending on time of year. For more information, call (940) 683-3480 Monday through Friday or (940) 683-3685 on weekends at the gatehouse.
All persons entering the park must sign a waiver. Waivers are available at the park gatehouse, or you can print it and bring it with you to save time.
Trails are marked by degree of difficulty. All vehicles are required to remain on designated routes and trails. Whether you are an OHV enthusiast looking for a thrill or a spectator just "getting back to nature," you will enjoy the park. The park includes over 25 miles of trails in various degrees of difficulty. View the Trail Map.
A Texas OHV decal is good through August 31 of the year it was purchased. Many other states require this decal for their OHV users. A decal purchased in Texas is also valid in other states, and other state decals are valid in Texas.
Revenue generated by the sale of the decals will be used as grant monies to help municipalities, counties, state or federal agencies, and nonprofit corporations to create new or improve existing OHV recreation areas in Texas.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) does spot checks from time to time. Failure to comply with the provisions of this law constitutes a class C misdemeanor and could result in the OHV operator being issued a citation. Fines for this offense range from $25 to $500. For more information, visit the Texas OHV Program website.
We sell the decals for $20.00 each.
Trails will be open Saturday, February 24th & Sunday, February 25th from 8am to 5pm.
Purchase one pass per vehicle used on the trails.
Please be careful when going through mud and water. Some areas are deeper than they appear.