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  ATV Trails
USA ATV Trails Guide and Riding areas Idaho to Maryland

So you are looking for a place to ride your ATV??? We have an ATV trail guide below that will give you information on riding areas and ATV trails in the USA. Our ATV Trail guide has lots of riding spots from the OHV parks, dunes, to the popular Hatfield-McCoy riding area. We are sure you will find an ATV trail near you If you have a spot that is not listed? Please send email it with this info.

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ATV Trail Riding Must Haves:

1 Food and Water- You should always pack a lunch and water. Camebaks can carry up to three liters of water and they have pockets.

2 Proper riding gear- Helmet DOT certified, goggles, gloves, boots and long sleeve jersey. Also we recommend a good chest protector.

3 FIRST AID KIT

4 Trail maps- It helps from getting lost and will benefit if you need to call for help.

5 Cell Phone and GPS- these are a must!!!

6 Tools- This includes spark plugs, towrope, tire repair kit, wire, tape, knife ect.

7 Other stuff- pack a whistle flash light sunscreen, insect repellent and lighter.

Idaho

Location Name: St. Anthony dunes
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Rexburg, ID USA
Details: Hi folks. If you ever get up here to "Tater Country" and are looking for some serious sand dunes, this is the place. The area is huge and has anything and everything to keep you going. BIG fat air, huge hills to climb, just go cruisen, etc, etc. Good firm sand. Just be careful of lava rocks in the bottom of some bowls. Worth the trip.
How to get there:If you're on I15, get on HWY20 North to Rexburg. Take a left at the 3rd Rexburg exit. Go north about 10 miles until you come to a blinking light. Go left for about 3 miles and look for the Egin lakes parking area. UNLOAD!
For more Information contact: Cherry Creek Visitors Center - Phone: (208)766-4788
Submitted by: Bretto - Somsen@aol.com
Date Submitted: 3/23/1998

Location Name: Pocatello MotoCross Park
Type of Riding Place: Track
Location (closest city): Pocatello, Idaho
Details: Pocatello's motocross track
How to get there: Pocatello MotoCross Park is located near the Pocatello airport. Just get I-86 and take the airport exit, turn right on the frontage road, go one mile east to Pit Road, then north 1/2 mile.
For more Information contact: Rick Morrison - Phone: (208)238-9283
Club URL:
Submitted by: waynenelson@cableone.net
Date Submitted: 10/10/2006



Location Name: Steck Park
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Weiser, ID Us
Details: This a grest spot for Idaho's to get a chance to take in some of the sand...
Since their is nothing besides potato's on Idaho.
Their is about 100 arces of sand and hills a couple of bowls to ride on.
The best time of the year is spring, summer, fall. The only restrictions are to ahave a off road sticker.
Their is not much traffic to to the popolur damand of Motercycle's and not ATV's this is where Atver's can have a blast...
How to get there:Off the interstate 80 leaving Ontario OR, heading towards Portland OR.
Get off the at the sign for Weiser and follow the signs to head towards "Steck Park" and you will run right into it..
For more Information contact: Weiser Park - Phone: 886-5577
Submitted by: Aaron L Hebner - Hebner@micron.net
Date Submitted: 5/5/1997

 


Illinois

Location Name: Kereker Botoms
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Jonseboro, IL u.s.
Details: Big, hilly, mudding,trail ride
How to get there:Go to Jonesbor
For more Information contact: Terry Henderson - Phone: 1-618-893-2223
Submitted by: Terry Henderson -
Date Submitted: 1/22/1999

Location Name: Mill Creek
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Marshall, IL U.S.A.
Details: A few hundred acres of pure riding enjoyment. It only costs
$1 a day and there are all kinds of hills and low lying mud
bogs just waiting for an ATV. These trails are right beside
a lake and you can just imagine the terrain. It has very nice
campgrounds and wonderful views right on the trails.
How to get there:Take I70 out of Terre Haute and get off at Marshall. There is
a county road that takes you right to it. You should see a
large cellular tower just to the west of Marshall. There is
a country road that goes right by that tower. Take that road
(right across from McDonald's I think) and follow it to the end
and take a right at the intersection. Follow that road to Mill
Creek and you should be there in about 10 minutes going about 60-65
MPH.
For more Information contact: Mill Creek County Park - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Andy Newell - DontWorry@about.it
Date Submitted: 12/20/1997

Location Name: Lincoln Trail Motorsports
Type of Riding Place: Track
Location (closest city): Casey Illinois, IL USA
Details: Approx 500 acres. Moto cross track, gran prix course dine buggy track.
How to get there:Between Casey and Greenup Illinois on U.S 40
For more Information contact: LTM Gene Ramsey - Phone: 217-932-2041
Submitted by: Earl Jones - offroad@net66.com
Date Submitted: 5/3/1997

 


Indiana

Location Name: ANDERSON CYCLE RANCH
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): ANDERSON, IN USA
Details: THEY HAV MOTOCROSS,SUPERCROSS TRACKS & 78 ACRES OF TRAILS AT ANDERSON INDIANA
How to get there:CALL THEM AND THEY WILL TELL U
For more Information contact: ANDERSON CYCLE RANCH - Phone: PHONE BOOK
Submitted by: ZACH UBERTO - DCARR64529
Date Submitted: 3/10/1998

Location Name: Badlands
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): b'ham, AL USA
Details: badlands Flyer
write up about Badlands
How to get there:N/A
For more Information contact:N/A - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Mike Williams
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: Badlands
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Attica, IN USA
Details: There is every type of riding you could think of sand,muck,trail,creek,track a few jumps. This place is awesome ! It is 700+ acres. there is not much shade at all so if you go when it is real hot an enclosed trailer or umbrella would be a good idea. It cost $15.00 for all day. the hours are 9A.M. till dark tou can camp at a place about 10 miles away called Summers Carroll Campground it cost $16.00 per day for a camper.They also have a nice pool after a hard day riding is nice. You do have to have a safety flag on your bike or atv ,you can pick them up there for $9.00 or else pay an additinal $5.00 . It is a 2.5 hour drive for me but its worth it. We usually go on Friday and set up camp and spend the weekend. If you get a chance check it out!!!!!
How to get there:3968 N. Xavier Rd. Attica , In.
For more Information contact: The Badlands - Phone: 1-765-762-2981
Submitted by: Randy Baldwin - RBaldwin@kconline.com
Date Submitted: 10/26/1998

Location Name: Coe, IN
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Lynville, IN United States
Details: Medium to large coverage area (all trails can't be ridden in one day). Lots of hills, jumps, long trails. Best time is any time. It gets very muddy when it rains though. E-mail me if you'd like to go sometime, always looking for someone to ride with.
How to get there:Southwestern Indiana, I-64, exit 39, (Lynville exit) take highway 61 north about 10 miles till you come to Coe. Near Author Junction, intersection of highway 64 and 61.
For more Information contact: null - Phone: null
Submitted by: Brian - sixer419@hotmail.com
Date Submitted: 12/22/1998

Location Name: dugger
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): linton, IN usa
Details: technaicle trails acreage unknown over 700+ do not RIDE ON STREET they will give 85.00 tickets know matter what. very fun place to ride if we keep it clean.
How to get there:I-70 west to 23 which is ST. rd. 59 30 min. or so when you see big water tower 2nd street on west side which should be 400. Go till it dead ends turn left you have to. Go to first street on right about 2 miles when you get to the train tracks you are there.
For more Information contact: unknown - Phone: unknown
Submitted by: caine - tracidewit
Date Submitted: 10/26/1998

Location Name: Haspin Arces
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Laurel , IN Franklin
Details: 750 arces of trails and two MX tracks
Summer is the best time to visit.
Helmets required.
How to get there:Take State Road 121 into Laurel turn cross a bridge and your'e there.{ I think]
For more Information contact: N/A - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Jonathan Nicholson - jonathan69r@hotmail.com
Date Submitted: 1/21/1998

Location Name: Haspin Acres Off-Road Park
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: Map of Haspin
write up about haspin
How to get there:Located in southeast Indiana near Laurel. Features Trailriding for all types of off-road vehicles. Has motorcross track, sand drag strip, TT track, campground, lake, showers, club house. Camping is primative. Lots of weekend action. Be careful. Lots of off camber trails, and deep ruts from the 4 wheel vehicles. Still a nice place to ride. Best to go during the week. Helmet required. No riding after dark. $7.00 a head. No age restrictions. No muffler restrictions. Must sign a liability waiver at the gate. Gas, food and small bike shop in Laurel. If you can find Laurel. You can find Haspin. Town is very small. Bring your own Fast Gas. TWIST THE WICK & HOLD ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Large hills, and very technical trails. Soupy when wet. I don't know the acreage, but there are plenty for a weekend ride.
For more Information contact: NA- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Mike Williams
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: Lynnville - at I-64 & S.R. 61 ( Indiana )
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: PROS: No fee, Big parking lot, Gas close by..... CONS: No camping, Trails are in bad shape, 4x4 recommended.
How to get there: N/A
For more Information contact: NA- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: sandatv@dayton.net
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: lynnville area and around it.
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): evansville, IN usa
Details: the best time for this area is anytime unless its raining.lot of hills,very fast for dirt bikes.one trail is 10.7miles long
How to get there:go to evansville go east to boonville 2 light turnleft go about 12 miles on right .
For more Information contact: (null) - Phone: (null)
Submitted by: Andy Kraus -
Date Submitted: 3/30/1997

Location Name: potters cave
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): lewisville, IN usa
Details: trails with hills,creeks,small atv track very small, and a cave to go trough. great place for beginers not very technicalbut some challaging hills on a little over 500 acres. fee free just sign waver.How to get there:st. 67 south to drunkers pike sign on telphone pole go west under 5 miles. when you see a big airplane and i mean big in the feild you just past it. go back to the white and blue trail home sign waver and trails are back in woods. don't be surprised if no one is there riding not to many people know about this place yet
For more Information contact: potters - Phone: unknown
Submitted by: caine - tracidewit
Date Submitted: 10/26/1998

Location Name: Redbird State Riding Area ( Indiana )
Type of Riding Place: Open Trails
Location (closest city):Dugger, IN
Details: Open 9am to 5pm on Sat and Sun from Apr to Nov. 600 acres of great trails that are set up for all skill levels. Wooded trails, hills, mud, you name it, it's here.
How to get there: From Linton, IN-Heading West out of Linton, Indiana on Highway 54 towards Dugger, IN, You will pass a closed Ford dealership on the right (intersection of Highway 54 and highway 59)-2.5 miles past the Ford Dealer (still going West) on Highway 54 turn right (North) onto 1500 West.-Traveling North on 1500 West, take your first gravel road to the left (West) or 350 North.-The Main Entrance is about 1 mile West on 350 North.From Hwy 41 (Terre Haute-Evansville)-Take Hwy 41 to 54 East.-Drive on 54 East until you get to Dugger, IN-Drive through Dugger on 54 until you reach 1500 West (On Left ((North)) side of road) Note: 1500 West is easy to miss, but it's about 2 miles East of Dugger.-Turn Left (North) onto 1500 West-Traveling North on 1500 West, take your first gravel road to the left (West) or 350 North.-The Main Entrance is about 1 mile West on 350 North.From I-70 (Brazil Exit Area) If you are coming from Indy, this is the best route.-Get on Hwy 59 (Brazil Exit #23) and head South towards Clay City.--Take 59 South for about 30 miles until you get to the 59-54 intersection near Linton -Follow Directions above "From Linton"
For more Information contact: the volunteer management team
Phone: 812-847-9172

Web:http://www.redbirdsra.com/index.htm
Submitted by:CnS611
Date Submitted: 02/21/97

Location Name: Timberline Cycle Ranch
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Anderson /Chesterfield, IN usa
Details: Timberline Cycle Ranch is a great weekend spot. Open 7 days a week 9:00 till about 6:00 The have an awsome outdoor supercross style track with 30 man starting gate. they have ama sanctioned races throughout the year, and have gp races a few times a year (like a hare scramble but more open and faster. It has a small 2nd track that is fun to play race on, and an island (big) on the white river with a gp/ natural terrain track with a couple descent jumps. they have a small area allong theriver with a short sand loop to race and play. The area ahas a descent hill climb section too. Condidtions are usually really good, even after rain the are soaks it up well. The supercross track has awsome jumps about 20 or so, with small to huge doubles, step ups, table tops, and a 70' triple. The are is aslo a campground with a large mowed feild over looking the track. Bleacher seating, showers, clean restrooms with running water, small parts counter, primitive camping as well as camping with hookups, it has a swimming lake with a nice sand beach right by the track to cool off. The track /area is sponsored and owned by Anderson Honda / Kawasaki which is nearby for parts. The track is kept up pretty well, the track is perfect after races, as they have dozers, plows, and water trucks manicure the track to perfection a day or two prior to a race. the only time they close the track (area still open) is when the track is prepped (usually thurs-fri prior to a race). It is a great place to ride with ammenities you never ever see at riding areas!!!!
How to get there:Take I-69 to st rd 32 (chesterfield exit) go through Chesterfield and look for a sign for skyview apartments (only a 1-2 miles from 69) turn left, and go about 200 yards till the road comes to a "T" look to your left and you will see the entrance. stop at the gate check in.
For more Information contact: Timberline - Phone: 765-378-5909
Submitted by: Jason Struble - sightandsound@netdirect.net
Date Submitted: 10/15/1998


Iowa

Location Name: Ely OHV park
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Solon, IA USA
Details: This is an Iowa OHV park that is near the Coralville Reservoir. It is on Army Corp of Engineers land and is about 120 acres in size. This is open to OHV's and does
include pick-ups.
How to get there:Visit our website for a map at the following address:

For more Information contact: Iowa DNR - Phone: (515) 281-3449
Submitted by: John F. Neumayer - jfneumayer@aol.com
Date Submitted: 11/23/1997

Location Name: Rathbun OHV park
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Russell, IA USA
Details: This is an Iowa OHV park which is adjacent to Lake Rathbun. It is 120 acre park that is heavily wooded. This is on Army Corp of Engineer land. It is not open to pick-ups and requires an Iowa OHV stickers to ride in this park.
How to get there:Visit our website for a map at the following address:

For more Information contact: Iowa DNR - Phone: (515) 281-3449
Submitted by: John F. Neumayer - jfneumayer@aol.com
Date Submitted: 11/23/1997

Location Name: Riverview OHV park
Type of Riding Place: Track
Location (closest city): Waterloo, IA USA
Details: This is an Iowa OHV park being constructed as a join effort between the city of Waterloo, Iowa and a local OHV club
called the Trailblazers from Independence, Iowa. This is located within the city limits of Waterloo adjacent to the Cedar River. It is a small riding area (less than 50 acres) with plans of several MX tracks to be constructed. It is not open to pick-ups. You must have an Iowa OHV sticker to ride in this park.
How to get there:Visit our website to see a map at the following:

For more Information contact: Iowa DNR - Phone: (515) 281-3449
Submitted by: John F. Neumayer - jfneumayer@aol.com
Date Submitted: 11/23/1997

Location Name: Bluff Creek OHV park
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Bussey, IA USA
Details: This Iowa OHV park is an old strip mine that is a total of 360 acres. It has serveral MX tracks, hills, and some wooded trails. It is not open for pick-ups. You must have an Iowa OHV state sticker ride. It is open year-round.
How to get there:Visit the Iowa OHV website for a map at the following:

For more Information contact: Iowa DNR - Phone: (515) 281-3449
Submitted by: John F. Neumayer - jfneumayer@aol.com
Date Submitted: 11/23/1997

Location Name: 5. River Valley OHV Park in Council Bluffs Iowa.
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: The riding area is managed by the River Valley Trail Rider chapter of the Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association. Scheduled opening date of the 300 acre OHV park is late 1997. Iowa OHV stickeris required.
How to get there: The new River Valley OHV park is located on the north side of the south Omaha bridge (first bridge south across the Missouri River) in Council Bluffs
For more Information contact: Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association, the state of Iowa, or Rick Cleaver of the River Valley Trail Riders- Phone: 712-325-0257
Submitted by: Dan Nitzel - Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

 


Kansas

Location Name: perry lake atv trails
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): perry, KS usa
Details: open all year round from dawn till dusk
How to get there:highway 24 east from topeka
For more Information contact: park service - Phone: 785-863-2278
Submitted by: toby mosher - cscalderwood@prodigy.net
Date Submitted: 2/3/1998

 


Kentucky

Location Name: Black Mountain Rec park
Type of Riding Place: Open Trails
Location (closest city): Harlan Kentucky
Details: 300 miles of trails - 7500 acres, easy to extreme. Primitive
and elec/water camping available, RV Sites, rental cabins and hotels all
within short distances.
How to get there: I-75 South to Corbin^^^Exit 29 take left on 25E ^^^Take Hwy 119 to Harlan^^^^^^Putney Trail head ^^^Right on 119 8 miles^^^^^^Evarts Trailhead^^^Left on 421 to Kentucky 38
For more Information contact: Harlan Tourism - Phone: 606-573-4156
Website: http://www.harlancountytrails.com
Submitted by: Stephen Foster
Date Submitted: 09/14/2006

 

Location Name: Livingston
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): n/a, KY USA
Details: If you want It, It's there! There is everything from the smooth sandy main trails, to rocky stair-step trails, to huge hills. So there is riding for all levels. Just think before you drop off of some cliff! They have nice parking located at the shell mart, but don't park at the truck stop!
How to get there:I-75 to exit 49. Take a right and there's the shell station.
For more Information contact: Livingston Shell Mart - Phone: n/a
Submitted by: Todd from the Larry Crew - n/a
Date Submitted: 10/22/1998

Location Name: stoney cove
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): morehead ky, KY USA
Details: nice wide trails running along cave run lake
How to get there:I64 sharky exit hy801 turn left onto 826 cross lake damm first road on left right after you cross damm
For more Information contact: n/a - Phone: n/a
Submitted by: Neil - Neiltriplett@kih.net
Date Submitted: 6/25/1998

Location Name: trails and dunes
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): e-town/ rineyville, KY u.s.
Details: This area is a great spot to ride for anyone, it includes lots of tight woods riding and dunes. This is private property that my family owns so please call us before scheduling a ride and we will show you around. There are probably 20+ miles of trails in this area... all fun to ride, there are not many mudholes so it is for the clean rider. dirt-bikes are welcomed!, OLOT OF FUN!
How to get there:call for directions
For more Information contact: Nathan or Ron mccauley - Phone: 606-263-7559 (lexingon)
Submitted by: Nathan McCauley - shnate09@aol.com
Date Submitted: 1/7/1998

Location Name: Tri County Area
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Hindman, KY U.S.A.
Details: The trails here are all old reclaimed strip mine and logging roads located in the Knott, Letcher, and Perry county area. In most areas you need no permission to ride but the trails do get rough. To ride you need a good 4 wheel drive or a stout two wheel drive. There are many areas of deep mud and lots of slick rock climbing.
How to get there:N/A
For more Information contact: Fish and Game club - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: James Caudill - fusebox@hotmail.com
Date Submitted: 11/23/1997

Location Name: LOC 8 OVER KY RIVER
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): LEX/NICHOLASVILLE, KY U S
Details: LOC 8 IS A VERY FUN TRAIL OVERLOOKING THE KY RIVER, IT IS A TRAIL I WOULD RECAMEND TO ANYONE THAT IS USED TO RIDING TRAILS THE TRAIL IS FULL OF FUN MUDHOLES THAT ARE ALSO EASILY AVOIDED IT IS 8 MILES IN LENGTH AND IS FAIRLY SAFE ALTHOUGH TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRAIL IS A STEEP, STEEP HILL AND AT ONE POINT TOWARDS THE END OF THE TRAIL THERE IS A LANDSLIDE THAT SHOULD ONLY BE CROSSED BY THE BEST RIDER IN THE GROUP AND THE OTHER MEMBERS SHOULD JUST WALK ACROSS. THE TRAIL IS GREAT FOR MUD 'N' AND JUST PLAIN TRAIL RIDING I WOULD HAVE TO SAY IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE TRAILS THAT I HAVE EVER BEEN ON (THAT IS WHY I LISTED IT) THERE IS A CAMP- SITE AT THE TOP OF THE TRAIL GREAT FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT WOULD LIKE TO STAY OVERNIGHT AND ALSO THER IS CAMP NELSON VERY CLOSE (LESS THAN 1 MILE FROM START OF TRAIL
How to get there:FROM MANOWAR AND NICHOLASVILLE ROAD: TAKE NICHOLASVILLE ROAD TOWARDS TOYOTA ON NICH ABOUT 10 MILES TIL IT TURNS INTO OLD DANVILLE OR NOW '27' STAY ON THAT UNTIL YOU REACH CAMP NELSON ROAD WHICH SHOULD BE ACROSS FROM A SHELL STATION (CAMP NELSON RD WILL BE ON YOUR LEFT) TURN ONTO CAMP NELSON AND TAKE IT ALL THE WAY TO THE END WHERE THE OLD BRIDGE IS GO ACROSS THE BRIDGE (ON QUAD) AND TAKE THE FIRST RIGHT STAY ON THAT ROAD FOR ABOUT A MILE AND IT WILL TAKE YOU DOWN INTO A CREEK BED WHICH IS THE BEGINING OF LOC 8 TRAIL
For more Information contact: TRY CAMP NELSON - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: NATHAN MCCAULEY - DYNO875655@AOL.COM
Date Submitted: 11/21/1997

Location Name: LOC 8 OVER KY RIVER
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): LEX/NICHOLASVILLE, KY THINK ABOUT IT
Details: LOC 8 IS A VERY FUN TRAIL OVERLOOKING THE KY RIVER, IT IS A TRAIL I WOULD RECAMEND TO ANYONE THAT IS USED TO RIDING TRAILS THE TRAIL IS FULL OF FUN MUDHOLES THAT ARE ALSO EASILY AVOIDED IT IS 8 MILES IN LENGTH AND IS FAIRLY SAFE ALTHOUGH TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRAIL IS A STEEP, STEEP HILL AND AT ONE POINT TOWARDS THE END OF THE TRAIL THERE IS A LANDSLIDE THAT SHOULD ONLY BE CROSSED BY THE BEST RIDER IN THE GROUP AND THE OTHER MEMBERS SHOULD JUST WALK ACROSS THE TRAIL IS GREAT FOR MUD 'N' AND JUST PLAIN TRAIL RIDING I WOULD HAVE TO SAY IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE TRAILS THAT I HAVE EVER BEEN ON (THAT IS WHY I LISTED IT) THERE IS A CAMP- SITE AT THE TO OF THE TRAIL GREAT FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT WOULD LIKE TO STAY OVERNIGHT AND ALSO THER IS CAMP NELSON VERY CLOSE (LESS THAN 1 MILE FROM START OF TRAIL
How to get there:FROM MANOWAR AND NICHOLASVILLE ROAD: TAKE NICHOLASVILLE ROAD ABOUT 10 MILES TIL IT TURNS INTO OLD DANVILLE OR NOW '27' STAY ON THAT UNTIL YOU REACH CAMP NELSON ROAD WHICH SHOULD BE ACROSS FROM A SHELL STATION (CAMP NELSON RD WILL BE ON YOUR RIGHT) TURN ONTO CAMP NELSON AND TAKE IT ALL THE WAY TO THE END WHERE THE OLD BRIDGE IS GO ACROSS THE BRIDGE (ON QUAD) AND TAKE THE FIRST RIGHT STAY ON THAT ROAD FOR ABOUT A MILE AND IT WILL TAKE YOU DOWN INTO A CREEK BED WHICH IS THE BEGINING OF LOC 8 TRAIL
For more Information contact: TRY CAMP NELSON - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: NATHAN MCCAULEY - DYNO875655@AOL.COM
Date Submitted: 11/21/1997

Location Name: Livingston, Kentucky (Better known as 909).
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: Trails are rough, and technical. Not for the weak of heart. Be careful of no return hills. When in doubt-check it out! Lots of stairstep & slickrock. Four Wheel Drive area(lots of ruts). Skid plates are a must! Heavy ply tires recomended (BanditXC/HoleshotsXC). Beautiful area bordering Rockcastle River! Big Timber and Beautiful vistas. Bring the camera! I do not recomend this area to beginners. However there alot of easy riding if you stay on the main trails. Lots of bluffs, cliffs & sinkholes in the area... Also there is a good test,and tune area next to the Shell that has a good high-wall to play on. Lots and lots and lots of trails... Have fun with this one... No Racing Gas in the area...Bring your own Spectro. CAMPING AT: Tree State Park within 30 minutes. (great place for the wife and kids to ride) Beautiful campground.Picnic area, Shelter Houses, Ride right out of your campsite. No water or electric. Pit toilets. Primitave with upgraded lots. *SHARP* Has to be the nicest FREE campground I have seen. send E-mail? K.O.A. campground & the Renfro Valley Jamboree located in Mt Vernon. About 15 minutes to the north. Remember to Tread Lightly!!!
How to get there: Corner of Interstate 75 & Kentucky Rt 909 (Livingston exit) Park in the Shell gas station(only gas station). Trail head is located at entrance to the gas station. Go straight up the dirt road. Some parking at top of hill, but leave trailers down at the Shell (limited turn around & steep hill). Small motel service provided by the owners of the Shell station (seasonal). Best places to stay are either in Mt. Vernon (Renfro Valley) to the north, or London to the south. Better selection in London.
For more Information contact: N/A- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Kenny... sandatv@dayton.net
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: S-Tree State Recreation Area - Daniel Boone Nat'l Forest
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: Trails: Moderate to easy. Well groomed 60inch wide trails. No heavy vehicle traffic...Smooothhhh!!!(50 inch width restiction) Well marked.Lots of litte jumps..Can run 3rd alot.. Beautiful scenery. Lots of trails..mileage unknown. Enough to keep you busy for a couple of days.. Campsites: *NICE*CLEAN*EMPTY* Seems no one knows of this remotly located honey hole. During the week you will have the whole place to yourself. Picnic area with nice shelter houses. Pack out your own trash. There are level lots that are built up with gravel. Every site has its own lantern holder & BBQ grill! You can ride your bike right from your site to the trail. Some of the trails connect right in the campground. Drawbacks: Middle of no where, No electric, No water, Pit toilets(Nice Ones) if there is such a thing! Great place to take the family for a weekend getaway. Bring a generator and plenty of water. Any anything else for that matter..(DECELENT!) Love this place!!! Remember to Tread Lightly!!!
How to get there: Directions from Lexington: Interstate 75 south to State Route 595 (Berea). Go east on St. Rt.595 to U.S.Route 421 Go south on 421 to S-Tree State Recreation Area(on right). Area is between Sandgap & McKee. Directions from St. Rt. 909 ride area(35min): Take St. Rt. 909 east to U.S. Rt. 25 Go north on U.S. Rt. 25 to Livingston. Take St. Rt. 89 east to S-Tree State Recreation Area Turn left into park.
For more Information contact: N/A- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Kenny... sandatv@dayton.net
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: Turkey Bay ( Land Between The Lakes- Kentucky )
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: PROS: Camping, Fishing, 2,500 acreage, Open year round...... CONS: Large fee, No electric hook-ups, No bath house.
How to get there: N/A
For more Information contact: N/A- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Kenny... sandatv@dayton.net
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

Location Name: Daniel Boone National Forest ( Kentucky )
Type of Riding Place: Trail
Location (closest city): N/A
Details: PROS: Many..... CONS: None that I can think of.
How to get there: N/A
For more Information contact: N/A- Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Kenny... sandatv@dayton.net
Date Submitted: 12/21/96

 


Louisiana

Location Name: merango,swamp
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): monroe, LA usa
Details: there is 19 miles of mud!! there is a organized ride in july that supports {wish i could foundation}the trials are open year round and the best times to go is spring through fall.the only restrictions is its closed during hunting season.the area is hebert,louisiana.there was an article written in the dec.issue of dirtwheels magizine about the ride.
How to get there:out of monroe go south on 165s,18 miles to riverton,left on riverton hwy.take right on hebert hwy.
For more Information contact: la.wildlife and fisheries - Phone: {318}3624246
Submitted by: randy gosdin - rgosdin@iamerica.net
Date Submitted: 4/14/1998

Location Name: LA Dunes
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Alexandria, LA USA
Details: 300 acres of big sand dunes, next to Camp Claiborne (if you get tired of riding the dunes-NOT!-hit 90 miles of trails @ Claiborne.
No Restrictions. $15.00 all day , $10 dollars each additional day. Camp sites availible. camper hookups. 30 acre lake for swiming, jet skis, etc.. during the summer.
$10.00 for a flag if you don't have one. Drag races on Sundays for competition. All year round. Winter hours- opens 11:00 A.M. Fridays thru sundown Sunday.
Soon to come Paint ball/Four wheeler wars.
How to get there:From Interstate 10 North on Highway 165 (inbetween Lake Charles and Lafayette)
approx. 60 miles (pass through Oakdale, Glenmora, McNary)
about 2 miles or so past McNary on right just past a bridge. Big Yellow Sign
If you get to Forrest Hill you have gone too far.
For more Information contact: Lake Charles Yamaha - Phone: (318)436-8449
Submitted by: Brent Cole - johnyreb@deltech.net
Date Submitted: 1/26/1998

Location Name: camp claiborne
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Forest Hills, LA USA
Details: Please add this to "details" on ride spot. There are (3)
2-way "marked" loop trails, maintained by U.S. Forestry Service
several off-road clubs. The different trail names are the
"Woodworth Loop", "Boy Scout Loop" and the "North Loop".
the are 29, 30 and 31 miles long, respectivly. Several
events are held there, including "Louisiana Dirt Days",
several SERA events and hare scrambles and poker runs.
How to get there:SEE PREVIOUS LISTING
For more Information contact: SEE LISTING - Phone: SEE LISTING
Submitted by: TIM BOLES - wirmast@bellsouth.net
Date Submitted: 9/23/1997

Location Name: camp claiborne
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Forest Hills, LA USA
Details: Please add this to "details" on ride spot. There are (3)
2-way "marked" loop trails, maintained by U.S. Forestry Service
several off-road clubs. The different trail names are the
"Woodworth Loop", "Boy Scout Loop" and the "North Loop".
the are 29, 30 and 31 miles long, respectivly. Several
events are held there, including "Louisiana Dirt Days",
several SERA events and hare scrambles and poker runs.
How to get there:SEE PREVIOUS LISTING
For more Information contact: SEE LISTING - Phone: SEE LISTING
Submitted by: TIM BOLES - wirmast@bellsouth.net
Date Submitted: 9/23/1997

Location Name: CAMP CLAIBORN
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): FOREST HILL, LA USA
Details: ANY TIME OF YEAR,
How to get there:GO DOWN I 12 TO FOREST HIL EXIT TAKE A RIGHT GO TO RAIL ROAD TRACK AND TAKE A LEFT GO DOWN ABOUT 12 MILES AND IT IS ON YOUR LEFT
For more Information contact: FOREST HILL - Phone: 1318 8384589
Submitted by: JHON DOE -
Date Submitted: 9/19/1997

Location Name: Bonnet Carre Spillway
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Norco, LA USA
Details: 97,000 acres of sandy,muddy,swampy terrain.Open year round
to all ORV's. Area includes dirt roads, trails thru wooded
areas,and mud bogs for the 4WD trucks. Also, there is an
area to launch boats and to fish.
How to get there:From the east: Exit I-10 at the I-310 split in Kenner.LA.
Head south on I-310 to Hwy 61. Exit right on Hwy 61 and go
app. 5 miles to the town of Norco. The spillway intersects
Hwy 61 just west of the town. Enter the spillway on the south
side of Hwy 61. Parking is available right after you enter.
Coming from the west: Exit I-10 at the town of Laplace and
head south on Hwy 51 for 2 miles. Turn left at the intersection
of Hwy 51 and Hwy 61 and go 5 miles to the spillway. Cross
over the spillway and enter on the south side as mentioned
above.
For more Information contact: N/A - Phone: N/A
Submitted by: Gary Stein - N/A
Date Submitted: 5/4/1997

 


Maine

Location Name: Stud Mill Road
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Orono, ME USA
Details: Stud Mill Road runs from Orono to Calais. It is a private dirt
super-highway open to all. It is used for access to natural resources.
Huge gravel pits, logging roads, mountain trails, deep woods, lakes,
streams, any type of terrain your heart desires. Use a
DeLorme Atlass and Gazzetere for awesome maps. Ride forever and never
get bored. Bring food, fuel, map and compass.
Maine has many spots like this, but this is one of the biggest and best.
Its immense!!
How to get there:Take I-95 to Orono Maine, or Rte 1 to Calais, or any point in between.
For more Information contact: DeLorme Map Company - Phone: 207-555-1212
Submitted by: Jeremy Hinman - jchinman@concentric.net
Date Submitted: 3/28/1998

Location Name: Katahdin Lodge
Type of Riding Place: Open Trails
Location (closest city): Patten, ME USA
Details: Hundreds of miles of legal wilderness trails. Deep woods,
mudholes, gravel pits, mountains, lakes. Rooms, cabins and meals at
reasonable rates. ATV rentals available
How to get there:Located 19 miles north of I-95 exit #264 on State Rt. 11.
For more Information contact: Katahdin Lodge - Phone: 207-528-7731
Website: http://www.katahdinlodge.com

Submitted by: Chuck Loucka
Date Submitted: 8/1/2006

 


Maryland

Location Name: Pocomoke State Forest
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Pocomoke, MD USA
Details: 4 wheelers only, year round, $15 annual sticker fee
How to get there:Route 113 North from Pocomoke approx. 8 miles on the left hand side
For more Information contact: Park Service - Phone: 410-632-2566
Submitted by: Israel Engle - dai@dmv.com
Date Submitted: 3/25/1997

 


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