Oregon has a great number of places to ride your ATV. You're in for a real treat if you take your Jetmoto to Brown's camp. They have a few "rules of the road" for riding. You must have your ATV sticker clearly displayed on your vehicle at all times and ATV helmets are required for anyone riding these areas. All riders must have a valid driving license or learner's permit.
The rule of "Call before you haul" applies to this area. Trails that you love to ride your Jetmoto on can close suddenly and without warning. Make sure you are always planning your rides on the most current information. And when planning a ride, be sure to leave a copy of your route with someone back home so if something unforeseen happens - such as getting stranded, you can be found easily. One of the trails within Brown's, Crushers Trail has recently been redesigned and is a more scenic ATV rides. Gummy Worm trail, so named because of it's winding and curving nature, is currently being cleared but will reopen soon. It is a short and sweet ATV ride with lots of easy navigation, if you recently bought a Jetmoto for the first time; these easy trails are fun to practice maneuvering on.
Firebreak 5 Trail is another easy ride that is great for beginning Jetmoto riders but if the weather has been or is wet, this section of trail won't be open to prevent further trail damage and erosion.
To further help Mother Nature along, respect the trails when you ride, don't ride your Jetmoto ATV on wet trails and remember if you bring it into the trail, bring it out of the trail and leave no trace of your ATV ride behind!