Besides Southern charm and comfort food, Mississippi also happens to be a great destination for ATV recreational riding. From the northern border near Memphis to the Gulf Coast cities of Biloxi and Gulfport, there are tons of fun ATV trails in Mississippi.
Are ATVs Street Legal in Mississippi?
For starters, you do not have to title your ATV in Mississippi, although you can do it for free if you wish to for insurance purposes.
Now that you know what to expect in Mississippi, let’s talk about the exciting ATV trails in Mississippi where you can kick up some dust.
Mississippi has over 2,000 acres of National Forest land that has been set aside for recreation. In addition to ATV trails, there is camping, fishing, hiking, and more.
No matter what you drive or your skill level, Mudslangers Off-Road Trails has a trail for you! If you have a snorkel, you can definitely put it to use in some of the mudholes here.
Burdens Creek ATV Park is open every day of the year, with night riding on Saturdays until midnight. You definitely want to bring your snorkel to this park as the mud is deep and the creeks are wide!
BMB Offroad Park is only open on select weekends and special occasions, they have a great calendar of fun events like Mud Fest, Summer Jam, Foam Parties, and fundraisers.
One of central Mississippi’s newer ATV parks, Rednecks ATV Park is all about getting muddy! Opened in 2019, this park has over 600 acres of trails to explore and a super-friendly staff ready to assist with whatever you need.