“A nice & easy ride, not too far from Fargo. But watch out for that sand.
— MTB Project Staff
As long as you don't go all ~60 miles, I think most kids (depending on age and skill level, of course) should be able to handle this trail. Even the Oak Loop would be fun, it's just 4 miles or so.
Motorized vehicles (Enforced? Well..)
They are called the Sandhills for a reason.
Need to Know
-Leave cattle gates as you find them (If it's closed, then close it after you pass through; vice versa)
-Potable water (hand pump) located at Jorgen's Hollow Campground near the Oak Leaf Loop Trail
More wooded and hilly in the NE section, and things can get wet after a good soak south of Hwy 27. But overall, a fun & scenic ride.
Beat the sand factor by either powering through the stuff, or by going after a good rain, or when it's cooler out and the ground is a bit firmer.
Watch out for people on horse-back closer to the Oak Leaf Loop Trail.