The Top Off-Road Parks in the US

No matter what type of off-roading you enjoy—one, two, or four wheels—it’s always a good idea to confirm whether a recreation area is legal. One way to be sure is to locate and utilize off-road parks, also known as Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) parks, that are dedicated locations for off-road enthusiasts to enjoy unfettered access to backroads, two-track, singletrack trails—from mud to rocks—without having to be on the lookout for cyclists, hikers, and other non-motorized recreationists.

OHV parks feature trails for motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, and 4X4s. They often include designated camping areas and amenities for overnight and multi-day trips, an excellent option for worry-free recreation and year-round accessibility. Advantages include a safer environment thanks to signage and marked trails; onsite picnic areas, restrooms, campgrounds, and a variety of terrain in one location. With trails for beginners and experts alike, off-road parks are an ideal place to hone and improve off-road skills without any legal repercussions as long as one follows park rules.

Find off-road parks and trails near you

Use the most trusted off-roading app, onX Offroad, to explore trails and off-road parks near you or across the nation.

As a starting point for finding off-road parks, we’ve compiled a list of some of the top off-road parks in the United States. Whether one is exploring, rock crawling, or just looking for a weekend of recreational fun, continue on for a list of some of the best OHV parks in the country.

Top Off-Road Parks for Exploring

Hatfield and McCoy Trails

Location: Southern West Virginia

With ten unique trail systems that comprise over 1,000 miles of trails, Hatfield-McCoy Trails is one of the largest off-highway trail systems in the world and one of the most popular riding parks in the United States. Located in the southern half of West Virginia, the park features deep forests and scenic mountains. The tight and twisting trails have earned Hatfield-McCoy the nickname “Trails Heaven” among off-road enthusiasts and Powersports media. 

Cost: Annual trail permits are $26.50 for residents or $50.00 for non-residents.


Ride Royal Blue ATV Resort

Location: Pioneer, Tennessee

Located in the northeast corner of Tennessee, not far from the Kentucky border, Ride Royal Blue ATV Resort offers off-road enthusiasts 600 miles of trails on 200,000 acres. From beginner two-track trails to challenging singletrack, the park offers direct access to trails. It features an onsite campground, cabin rentals, and two standalone resorts with amenities that make it a perfect destination for off-road recreation.

Cost: A TWRA (Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) permit is required. Annual permits cost $73.00 for residents and $232.00 for non-residents. Day permits are $15.00 for residents and $37.00 for non-residents. See the Ride Royal Blue website for lodging and camping costs.


Brimstone Recreation

Location: Huntsville, Tennessee

Open 365 days a year, Brimstone Recreation Area is another private off-road park in Tennesee (not far from Ride Royal Blue ATV Resort) that features 300+ miles of trails situated on 19,196 acres of wild and remote land. Trail highlights include multiple overlooks with views of the rugged and mountainous Appalachian terrain with cultural points of interest to explore. Brimstone also offers numerous accommodation options, including tent and RV camping and cabins, each with amenities that will make your stay memorable and relaxing.

Cost: Requires a Land Use Permit (LUP). Permits range from $13.73 per day or $50.34 annually for children under 17 and $29.30 per day or $117.17 annually for adults. Visit the Brimstone Recreation website for lodging and camping costs.


Famous Reading Outdoors

Location: Pottsville, Pennsylvania

Located approximately 130 miles west of the greater New York City metropolitan area, Famous Reading Outdoors sits on 20,000 acres of coal land in east-central Pennsylvania with 100 miles of trails and a vast array of terrain types. Famous Reading accommodates enthusiasts of all skill levels—from beginner to expert—with a host of trails to accommodate ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, and 4x4s. The park also hosts off-road events and races periodically throughout the year.

Cost: An annual driving membership is required, which costs $225.00 for adults and $175.00 for minors. Passengers must also have a membership, which costs $50.00 for adults and $35.00 for minors.


Top Off-Road Parks for Crawling

An off road park with 2 jeeps crawling rocks

Wolf Caves

Location: Mason, Texas

Conveniently located about two hours from Austin and San Antonio in Texas hill country, Wolf Caves is a popular destination for off-road rock crawling enthusiasts. No motorcycles, ATVs, SXSs, or UTVs are allowed on the property, so this location is ideal for those looking for a crawling site with no distractions. The park also includes trails for all levels of drivers and non-crawling 4×4 vehicles. Onsite amenities include campsites and cabins for rent.

Cost: Friday arrival – $65.00 per driver, per rig. $30.00 per passenger (18 yrs+).
Saturday arrival – $45.00 per driver, per rig. $20.00 per passenger (18 yrs+).


Windrock Park

Location: Oliver Springs, Tennessee

Situated on 73,000 acres in the mountains of northeastern Tennessee, near Knoxville in the heart of Appalachia, Windrock Park features 300 miles of trails ranging from ‘easy’ to ‘extremely difficult,’ with many boulders and cliffs ideal for crawling. Windrock accommodates all types of vehicles, including ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, mountain bikes, 4x4s, buggies, and more. Onsite amenities include a campground, mountain bike park, General Store, and shooting range.

Cost: $29.16 per day for adults and $13.67 for children.
$116.63 yearly for adults and $50.11 for children.


Two Rivers Jeep Club (TRJC)

Location: Pittsfield, Illinois

Founded in 1991, Two Rivers Jeep Club is conveniently located in west central Illinois, near St. Louis and only 60 miles from the state capital of Springfield. With trails on private property, the land is closed to non-club members to respect privacy rights. It is only open for official club events. TRJC trails range from scenic and beginner-friendly to challenging. A list of upcoming events can be found on the club’s website.

Cost: Annual membership costs $65.00.


Top Off-Road Parks for Camping

An off road park for camping with an overlander and dirt bike

River Run ATV Park

Location: Jacksonville, Texas

Located halfway between the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and Shreveport, Louisiana, River Run ATV Park sits on 2,000 acres of land on the Neches River in east Texas. Available terrain in the park includes mud, sand, and deep forest trails ideal for ATVs and UTVs. The facility offers 156 RV sites, 40 cabins, and many tent camping spaces for a relaxing and enjoyable stay.

Cost: Prices range from $30.00 per night for tent camping and from $70.00 to $150.00 for cabins. Event weekends charge an admission fee of $65.00 per person.


Hot Springs ORV Park

Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas

With access to 1,242 acres of off-road trails, Hot Springs ORV Park has everything needed for a weekend of off-road adventure and fun. Cabins, RV sites, and tent camping accommodations make this a vacation destination setting. Conveniently located only minutes from downtown, it’s a great place to enjoy the trails, followed by a night on the town or exploring the many attractions in the Hot Springs area.

Cost: The day-use fee for ATVs, UTVs, and 4x4s is $36.36, and $18.18 for dirt bikes.
Yearly memberships range from $63.64 for a Silver package to $350.00 for a Gold Family membership. 


Hawk Pride Off Road

Location: Tuscumbia, Alabama

Easily accessible from Memphis, Nashville, and Birmingham, Hawk Pride Off Road Park is situated in the northeast corner of Arkansas, not far from the Tennessee River. This private park is on 1,000 wooded acres with over 120 rock crawling trails and separate mud-bogging areas for ATVs, UTVs, and 4x4s. Accommodations include cabin rentals, RV hookups, and primitive tent camping options.

Cost: Admission fees are $15.00 for a one-day pass, $25.00 for a two-day, and $35.00 for a three-day pass. Children under 10 are free. See the park’s website for camping prices.


Finding Off-Road Parks Near Me

An option for finding riding parks in your area is to open the onX Offroad App, which displays trails in your immediate location by default. The app also allows one to navigate to a specific location on the map and tap ‘Discover’ to find nearby trails. Please note that not all private and public riding parks may currently be listed in the onX Offroad App.

Off-Road Parks by State

Coyote Canyon off road park

The parks highlighted above are only a few places to enjoy off-road recreation in the United States. With private and public riding parks in just about every state, we’ve compiled a more detailed list of OHV and private riding parks that can be accessed below. 


  • Bama Slam Saloon
  • Boggs and Boulders
  • Top Trails OHV Park
  • Indian Mountain ATV Park
  • Hawk Pride Offroad
  • Choccolocco ORV Park
  • Hollytree Off Road
  • Minooka Park
  • Mount Creek Adventure Park
  • Morris Mountain ORV Park
  • Patawomack ATV Adventure Park
  • Southern Ridge ATV Park
  • Ridge Outdoor Adventure Park
  • Stoney Lonesome OHV Park


  • Carter Off Road Park
  • Hot Springs Off-Road Park
  • Byrd’s Adventure Centure
  • Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch & Adventure Park
  • 3B Offroad
  • Greasy Bend Off Road Park
  • Mack’s Pines
  • Renegade Ranch


  • The Swamp Offroad Park


  • Fat Daddy’s ATV Park
  • Moccasin Creek Off Road park
  • Iron Mountain Resort
  • Possum Creek Offroad Park
  • Offroad Adventures at Durhamtown
  • Rockcrusher Farm
  • River Rock ORV Park
  • Highland Park Off Road Resort


  • Harpole’s Heartland Lodge
  • South Fork Dirt Riders
  • The Cliffs Insane Terrain
  • Fox Valley Off Road
  • Little Egypt Off Road


  • Badlands Off Road Park
  • Haspin Acres
  • Foxx Lake Outdoor Adventure


  • Gypsum City OHV Park
  • Hansen Hollows
  • Lakeview OHV Park
  • Whispering Meadows Resort


  • Kansas Rocks Recreation Park
  • Syracuse Sand Dunes Park
  • Riverside ATV Park


  • Blue Holler Off Road Park
  • Rush Off Road
  • Wild Cat Offroad Park
  • Dirt Nasty Offroad Park
  • Black Mountain Offroad Adventure Area
  • Hollerwood Park
  • Mine Made Adventure Park
  • Eagle Creek Hare SCramble Park


  • Rocky Mountain Terrain Park
  • Barnyard All Terrain


  • Bundy HIll Offroad Recreation
  • Twisted Trails Offroad Park
  • Ogemaw Sport and Trail Center


  • Freedom Ridge


  • Wild Country Off Road
  • Red Creek Off Road
  • Burden’s Creek ATV Park
  • Mudslangers Offroad Trails
  • BMB Off Road
  • Up the Creek Acres


  • Brick’s Off Road Park
  • Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch (SMORR)
  • Flat Nasty
  • Rush Springs Ranch
  • Cloud 9 Ranch
  • Hogan’s Offroad Park
  • Vandyz Offroad Park
  • Hooter Holler Offroad Park
  • South Big Creek Ranch
  • Smurfwood ATV Park

New York

  • Tall Pines ATV Park
  • Mettowee Off Road Extreme Park
  • Demon Run Trails

North Carolina

  • Outback Motorsports ATV & MX Park
  • Lake Houser Adventures Off Road Park
  • Carolina Backwoods
  • Lake Houser Adventures Off-Road Park


  • Renegade Ridge ATV Park
  • Southington Offroad
  • Tecumseh Trails Off Road
  • Heiney Farms
  • Scenic Trails Recreation Land
  • NevilleBilli Adventure Park


  • Mid America Outdoors
  • Crossbar Ranch
  • Soggy Bottom Trails
  • Pine Mountain Trails ATV Park
  • Rugged Mountain Ranch
  • Stillwater 500
  • Gruber ORV Park
  • Cross Timber Riding Area
  • Paden Mud Bogs
  • Red River ATV Park


  • Rausch Creek
  • Anthracite Outdoor Aventure Area
  • Mines and Meadows ATV Resort
  • Famous Reading Outdoors
  • Rock Run Recreation
  • Rock Run Offroad Park
  • Snow Shoe Rails to Trails
  • Mountain Ridge ATV Park
  • Alvin’s Off Road Playground
  • Ben Franklin Range
  • Hilltop Lodge
  • Indian Creek Valley ATV Club

South Carolina

  • Carolina Adventure World
  • River Neck Acres
  • Gulches of Indian Mound
  • Battery Park Offroad
  • Broken Nut Offroad Park


  • Wind Rock Park
  • Adventure Offroad Park
  • Brimstone Recreation
  • Royal Blue ATV Resort
  • Doe Mountain Recreation Area


  • Xtreme Offroad
  • River Run ATV Park
  • Sabine ATV Park
  • Hidden Falls Adventure Park
  • Buffalo Springs Lake
  • Creekside Off Road Ranch
  • Katemcy Rocks Offroad
  • Wolf Caves
  • 281 Country Club
  • Childress ATV Park
  • Alligator Run Offroad Park
  • General Sam’s Offroad Park
  • Lighthouse Hill Ranch
  • Outback Adventure Track
  • Red River Motorcycle Trails
  • Twin Hills Cycle Ranch


  • Area BFE


  • Big Boys Playground
  • Kairos Wilderness Resort
  • Moto Cove Campground
  • Pine Lane ATV Trails
  • Red Oak Hollow ATV Trails
  • Hatfield McCoy Trails
  • Burning Rock Off Road Park
  • Chaos Off Road Park
  • Good Evening Ranch
  • Throttle Therapy

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Dale Spangler

Dale Spangler is a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast introduced to two wheels at the age of eight and began racing motocross at 12. After chasing his dream of being a professional motocross racer through the mid-90s, he moved on to a career in the powersports industry, where he’s spent the last 28+ years as a marketing specialist, writer, and content creator.