ATV Trails in Tennessee
The Best Tennessee ATV Trails & Parks
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Whether you are planning a day trip to a TN ATV trail, a three day weekend, or you want to organize a complete road trip tour of all the ATV Trails in this guide, these are the best ATV trails in Tennessee.
The Doe Mountain Recreation Area is located in northeast Tennessee outside the small rural community of Mountain City. The wildlife region is 8300 acres and has 50 miles of blazed multi-use trails for all types of OHV vehicles including ATV/UTV and dirt bikes. 4×4’s are not allowed. Permits are required and can be purchased online, at the Adventure Center, and at some of the local campgrounds.
Read our full review of DMRA trail system and the surrounding community here.
Bluff Mountain Adventure Trail Rides- Pigeon Forge, TN
Bluff Mountain Adventures in Pigeon Forge, TN is a guided ATV trail park. While these trails are not open for free riding, they do offer some great views of the Smokies and an opportunity for inexperienced ATV riders to enjoy the trails. If you are a more experienced ATV driver, there are also tours for you.
Read our full review of Bluff Mountain Adventure Trail rides here.
Brimstone Recreation, LLC in Huntsville, TN has become a nationally known ATV trail system in Tennessee. Brimstone is open 365 days and has a trail for every skill level. There are over 300 miles of OHV trails within the over 19,000 acres of Northeast Tennessee wilderness. Camping, Cabin rentals, and ATV rentals are all available at this nature playground. There are also several ATV events including country music and riding events like Brimstone Paragon and White Knuckle.
Read more here.
Trails End Campground- Hunstville, TN
Trails End Campground is also located in Huntsville is a great base for accessing the more than 150,000 acres of North Cumberland Wilderness Area with more than 600 miles of multi-use OHV trails for your ATV riding pleasure! You can leave your campsite and access three different areas of trails 24 hours a day. However, it is advisable to plan ahead and ensure you have plenty of food and fuel. Learn more about the North Cumberland Wilderness Management Area here and here.
Ride Royal Blue Resort- Pioneer, TN
Ride Royal Blue Resort is a family owned ATV resort offering cabins and campsites and within access of over 200,000 acres of Tennessee mountains and wilderness. Staying at Ride Royal Blue resort means you can access the North Cumberland Wilderness Management Area including the the Royal Blue, Sundquist, New River, and Tackett Creek OHV areas. Learn more about Royal Blue Resort here.
Wind Rock Park- Oliver Springs, TN
Wind Rock Park boasts 72,000 acres of wilderness with 300 miles of OHV trails that can accommodate ATV/UTV, 4x4s & Jeeps, dirt bikes, SxS’s, mountain bikes, buggies & trucks. If it goes off road, they can take it!! There are also hiking trails for a full family fun park. Camping, cabins, and OHV rentals available. Plan your visit to Wind Rock here.
Adventure Off Road Park- South Pittsburg, TN
Adventure Off Road Park is our first park mentioned not located in Northeast Tennessee. Adventure Off Road is located in the mountains of South Central Tennessee on a 500 acre tract of land with 120+ trails. The multi-use trails can accommodate SUV’s, 4x4s, Jeeps, ATV/UTVs, Trucks, & buggies. Camping & RV Sites available. Learn more about Adventure Off Road Park here.
Prentice Cooper State Forest- Chattanooga, TN
This state forest located in Chatanooga, TN has over 24,000 acres along the Tennessee River Gorge with 100 miles of multi-use dirt trails for 4x4s, ATVs, dirt bikes, side by sides, hiking, and horses. Primitive tent camping available at Davis Pond Campgrounds.
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