The Best ATV Trails in the onX Offroad App

Calling all of our four-wheeling friends: it’s time to find your next ATV adventure. Load up the quad, fill the cooler, and meet your friends at one of these top ATV destinations. Find all of these and more in your onX Offroad App. Drop a Waypoint at the trailhead and send it to your friends to kick off the ultimate ATV adventure.

Find these atv trails and more in the onx offroad app

Trail descriptions, difficulty ratings, gate closures, 3D maps, GPS tools, and more.

Top ATV Trails Out West

Best ATV Trails In The West

Paiute ATV Trails, Utah

Explore endless miles of ATV adventures in this 275-mile loop of interconnected trails in southern Utah. There are plenty of scenic routes for every skill level and places to camp. Be sure to read up on each section because some routes are for experienced riders only. Ready to go? Check out the Paiute ATV Trails now.

Okanogan County, Washington

Okanogan County has over 300 miles of adventurous trails for ATVs and all of your off-road vehicles. Check out Hungry Mountain, an easy 13-mile ATV trail that winds over hills and through lodge poles with great lookouts. Want more Washington trails? Check out all of the Washington Featured Trails, ridden by the onX Offroad Trail Guides. 

Wagon Wheel Trails, Colorado

Over 500 miles of trails and interconnected loops spanning two counties make up the Wagon Wheel Trails approximately four hours west of Denver. The counties are “OHV friendly” meaning as long as your ATV is street-legal, you can take city roads to connect trails. Check out Miller Creek Loop for beautiful views and aspen groves. 

Sand Mountain OHV Area, Utah

Just a short distance from St. George, the trails and open riding areas of the Sand Mountain OHV Area will keep you wanting more. Explore sandy dunes, rocky shale, red rock vistas, and easy-to-technical trails for every skill level. Make sure you have an orange or red flag when riding on the dunes and watch out for signs leading to the adjacent state park. Feeling adventurous? Check out the Cliffs of Insanity.

Best Southern ATV Trails

The Best ATV Trails In The South

Hidden Falls Adventure Park, Texas

The Hidden Falls Adventure Park is dialed in for every type of adventure. Want to cruise with the family and set up camp? Check out the easy loops. Looking to rally with friends and spit rocks? Check out the technical rides. Make a weekend of it by staying in a campsite or an array of cabins on-site, open only to off-roaders. 

Windrock Park, Tennessee 

Windrock Park, the largest privately owned park in the nation, is like Disney World for off-roaders. Load up the ATV and explore more than 73,000 acres and 300 miles of off-road specific trails. Campsites, cabins, and yurts are available to rent.

Tennessee is so much more than “Rocky Top”—forests, hills, and hundreds of miles of off-road trails criss-cross this beautiful state. Check out even more Tennessee off-road trails.

Hot Springs Off-Road Park, Arkansas

There’s nothing quite like ripping an ATV through a beautiful southern forest. Hot Springs Off-Road Park offers trails and roads for every rider, from those winding in and out of the deciduous trees to technical climbs to expansive vistas. Plan a trip with friends or family around one of the many fun events the park has planned throughout the year. 

Top Picks for ATV Trails in the Midwest and East

Best ATV Trails In The Midwest

Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota

Welcome to the ultimate playground for vehicles 62” wide or less. The Black Hills National Forest offers one of the largest networks of off-road trails in any National Forest. ATV riders will have a blast exploring the forests and cliffs of the Black Hills. Make a trip of it and connect some trails over into Wyoming.

Don’t know where to start? Check out Bear Mountain Lookout to Pactola Reservoir for a relatively easy trail ride that’s a great introduction to the Black Hills riding.

Hatfield McCoy, West Virginia

Explore the beautiful forests, rivers, high bridge crossings, and history of Hatfield McCoy Trails of West Virginia. Wind your ATV through the Appalachian Mountains on trails suited for beginners to experts. These professionally maintained trails are some of the best in the nation. 

While you’re in West Virginia you might as well explore a little more of “almost Heaven.” Check out our Trail Guide-ridden rides in West Virginia.

Ocala National Forest, Florida

Ready to slow it down and enjoy the scenery? Ocala National Forest is designed for relaxing cruises on the ATV with plenty of time to take in the scenery and appreciate the conservation of the forest. Explore the banks, sandy trails, and scrub forests all while basking in that famous Florida sun. If your four-wheeling ride gets so relaxing you need to take a nap, make sure to set up camp at one of the two campgrounds in the National Forest.

How to Find ATV Adventures Near You

onX Offroad has the most up-to-date and complete maps of ATV trails and adventures out there. Download the App and access it on your phone, tablet, and desktop to plan your next adventure. 

First, tap Discover to see off-road trails near you. Trails will update as you move the map. Now, here’s the important part for four-wheelers: tap Dirt to filter trails by road width: dirt bike, high clearance 4×4, 50-inch, and full-width roads. (You can also turn the Active Wildfire layer on and off here. Elite users will have the option of turning the Private Land layer on and off here as well.

Tap a trail on the map or in the Discover card for more details. Green Trails = Open and Ready For Adventure. Red Trails = Temporarily Closed. Blue Trails = Featured Trails with extra details such as photos, difficulty ratings, and trail descriptions.

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Jenny Sheets

Jenny Sheets lives in Montana where she dirt bikes, trail runs, camps, and overlands with her husband, dog, and son, Henry Danger.