Quick Links to Trails & Parks by State
Hawk Pride Offroad
Phone: (256) 349-4150
Hawk Pride Mountain Offroad is a privately owned park located in Northwest Alabama. We are a weekend park and are open Friday thru Sunday. Occasionally we are open longer for special events and dates. Please check our calendar for open and closed dates. We offer a wide variety of off-roading spread over 1,000 acres. There are over 120 rock crawling trails to accommodate everyone from the most sophisticated rock buggies to simple 4x4s and we plan on adding over a dozen trails each year. There are mud riding areas and miles of trail for our ATV riders. Whether you are a determined rock-crawling phenom, or just looking for a place to ride, Hawk Pride Mountain is the Park for YOU.
Hot Springs ORV
Phone: (501) 625-3600
1,250 acre trail system is perfectly accented with tons of extras to make the wheeling life a bit easier. Including tent pads, RV sites, full on-site shower/restroom house, group pavilion, and Cabins! Lots of big hills to climb and rocky trails to conquer. Everything from mild trails to challenging rocky formations. There is easily enough to do for a long weekend and there is usually a group heading down there for Thanksgiving weekend.
This park is public land that has free access entrances. Hogans is a campground that has direct access to the Off road park, rv hookups, travel trailers for rent, tent camping. Large restrooms and showers, shop for wrenching. There are also state parks in the area available
Hillbillie Ranch Offroad
Phone: (618) 223-3232
Smaller park that is close most of the time. However, they open periodically sometimes, check their Facebook page. The trails are very mild and mostly muddy trails with mild hill climbs. Traffic tends to consist mainly of sxs at this park.
Badlands Off-Road Park
The Badlands Off Road Park is 800+ acres of multi-directional, diverse terrain. You’ll find sand dunes, wooded trails, gravel, mud, and rocks – trails and terrain for all types and skill levels of riders.Bikes and ATVs can test their skills on our full-size MX Track. SUVs, 4x4s, and Side x Sides can take on the challenges of our Rock Quarry/SUV Park.Our emphasis on safety and no drinking & driving creates the perfect environment for families. Regardless of your skill level, you will find riding perfectly suited for your abilities at The Badlands.
(12 and Older) The following rates are for consecutive days of riding/driving (Rates are per driver, not per vehicle) One Day = $25 Two Days = $45 Three Days = $60 Four or more Days = $70
(12 and Older) = $10 per day 6-11 = $5 per day Children 5 and Under (Drivers & Passengers) =free
Phone: 812-922-0002 (Office)
Interlake State Recreation Area (ISRA), former coal mine land straddling Pike and Warrick counties, is a multi-use recreational facility focusing on off-road vehicle (ORV) recreation. Interlake is approximately 3,550 acres with nearly 100 miles of trails and 17 lakes (many of which can be accessed for fishing). The three areas of mining and reclamation create a variety of trail experiences for ORV enthusiasts, horse riders, hikers and mountain bikers. From steep spoil banks to rolling grasslands, man-made lakes and strip pits, Interlake offers a diverse array of topography and scenic views. Out-of-State ORV Trail Use Permit $20 Per ORV; for non-registered out-of-state ORVs only
Redbird State Recreation Area
Phone: 812-847-0146 (Main) 812-847-9172 (Gatehouse)
Named after the Redbird Coal Mine, the property is approximately 1,400 acres of former surface and underground coal mine land. Its unique history has given us both treasures and challenges. Miles of trails for all skill levels bring ORV enthusiasts to the property and reward them with rich and diverse experiences. Gentle slopes to the technically difficult, can be found at Redbird. The mining operations also left us with a property that has required extensive reclamation efforts that continue today, and will continue into the future. Several acres within Redbird are highly sensitive and require visitors to be ever respectful and aware of the land. Fortunately, these challenges heighten our awareness of the need for trails that thrill our visitors and give us the opportunity to provide diverse recreation opportunities. In addition to the miles of off-road vehicle trails, there are easily accessed quality fishing lakes, hiking is allowed over most of the property, mushrooming is a favorite activity, and mountain bikes are welcome. As reclamation projects are completed more areas will be opened and non-motorized trails will be built. Plans for the future include picnic areas, accessible walking and biking trails, and interpretive areas that tell about the coal mining operations and subsequent reclamation. Whether you are wandering through thick wooded acres or traversing challenging hills and ravines you’ll be tired and satisfied by the end of the day. Out-of-State ORV Trail Use Permit $20 Per ORV; for non-registered out-of-state ORVs only
Please print a copy of the rules and keep with you while at the park.
Download the waiver.
Kansas Rocks does offer primitive camping on holiday weekends, event weekends, and by special arrangement. What could be better than wheeling, going to sleep, waking up, and wheeling again without leaving the park?
Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area features approximately 150 miles of trails across nearly 8,000 acres of rugged mountain. Created from strip mining roads and logging roads, trails at Black Mountain offer a variety of experiences and levels of difficulty. The majority of trails at Black Mountain are multi-use trails and open to all types of vehicles including ATVs, side-by-sides, dirt-bikes, trucks, jeeps and buggies. Some trails are restricted for ATV or dirt-bike use only.For more information, pick up a trail map at the trailhead or from our on-line store. All trails can be accessed via either of our two trailheads
where you can also Click here for information about trailheads.
Dirty Turtle Offroad Park
Phone: (502) 645-0791
Dirty Turtle Offroad PARK is 286 acres of prime offroading land located in Bedford, KY. DTOR is open to anything offroad. Jeeps, Buggy, SxS, RZR, ATV, etc. Our trail system offers a wide array of trails to accommodate everyone. Whether you are new to off-roading or have been wheelin’ for years, you will find most everything you are looking for in a full day of trail riding at DTOR.
Turkey Bay Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area (Land Between the Lakes)
Turkey Bay Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area provides designated OHV and primitive trails for OHV camping opportunities. The area consists of approximately 100 miles of primary, secondary, and tertiary trails for many different OHV riding experiences.
Owner: Clint Sterling
600 acres of various trail types. $15 per person kids 12 & under free. Jeeps, SXS and ATV are welcome at this location.
SMORR–Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch
The Ranch is located about 5 miles south of Seymour, MO on HWY K. There are over 940 acres of terrain and fantastic trails ranging from level 1 (easy) to level 6 (hardcore). There’s something for everyone here! New trails are being cut and added frequently. 1 day driver pass $25 per vehicle. Passengers ages 13+ $10 per day. Kids 12 and under are Free.
The Black Hills offers over 3,600 miles of motorized travel on the forest, including over 700 miles of system trails, in the area of of Custer, Deadwood, Hill City, Keystone, Rapid City and Sturgis. For further information Contact a local Forest Service Office. Also check out the OHV Riding & Camping webpage.
Adventure Off Road Park
Phone: (423) 582-7060
The Adventure Off Road Park and Nature Center consists of more than 500 acres of land, with over 120 off road trails rated from mild to extreme. This off roader’s paradise is located in mountains of South Central Tennessee, right in between Kimble and South Pittsburg. The AOP offers, easy off road trails for beginners, to some of the most extreme natural rock trails available. In addition to the AOP Trails, we offer a huge green space for camping, RV hookups, bathrooms and showers, the AOP Pavilion, the AOP Dirt Track and Obstacle Course and the Battle Creek Beach. We host over 20 events throughout the year, from off road races to festivals. Check the AOP Event Listings for information on what’s coming up next!
General Store: (865) 435-3492
Campground: (865) 435-1251
Windrock Park is 73,000 acres of off-road excitement including more than 300 miles of trail riding and hiking, camping and events located in Oliver Springs, TN. The trails accommodate all types of vehicles from ATVs, SxSs, dirt bikes, mountain bikes, Jeeps/4x4s, buggies and trucks. We are the LARGEST privately owned riding area in the country. Known for keeping the rider in mind, come see what everyone is talking about! What are the trails like, you ask?
EASY: Hit those gravel roads for a fun, scenic drive. MODERATE: Some dirt, some rocks and some ruts make these trails a bit more exciting. DIFFICULT: Step it up. It’s all the above and more dirt, more rocks and more ruts! EXTREMELY DIFFICULT: You sure about this? Boulders and cliffs and questions…OH MY!
Phone: (512) 670-6200
Wolf Caves, LLC is a privately-owned ranch with 430 acres of unique granite outcropping. Located 8 miles west of the town of Mason on the western edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Onsite camping is available and the town of Mason, TX is about 10 min away.
Moab is Public Land and mostly free access. There are a few trails that request a donation or a small fee for use. Everything from mild trails to 5 star challenging trails. Plenty of trails to keep a group busy for an extended trip and the town is a large town which is a fun central
location with restaurants, parts, and supplies. The Funtreks book is a highly recommended tool to plan a visit and follow the trails.
As one of the largest Jeep only clubs in the United States, our goal is to educate, communicate and enjoy the sport of Tread Lightly® Four Wheeling. Club membership is open to any family or individual that owns a Jeep brand vehicle. Get out there and enjoy your Jeep. Our wheeling destinations series is intended to showcase the epic adventures of our members and highlight yet another cool way to use your Jeep.
We’d like to thank Jane Schuth for sharing her trip, information and photos. 🤘