About the Park

 In 1969, using land generously contributed by Little Land and Livestock and the Bureau of Land Management in cooperation with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation formed Little Gem Cycle Park, one of the largest off-road vehicle parks in the west. Encompassing about 2000 acres of riding area, the terrain is varied, with hills, ridges, and sandy areas. There are jumps, trails, hill climbs, a motocross area and plenty of parking. Little Gem Cycle Park is free & open to riders of all ages 

How to find us



The park is located in Gem County, Idaho (about 20 miles NW of Boise) just east of Emmett off Highway 16 and provides multiple recreational opportunities throughout the year. In addition to off-roading, people use the park for horseback riding, hiking, archery, 4-wheeler events, tobogganing and sledding.

From: Boise, ID

1) Take Highway 44 (State Street) west about 8 miles

2) Turn right (north) onto Highway 16, continue about 11 miles

3) Turn right (east) onto Sand Hollow Road, continue about 1 mile toward staging area.