Updated: May 26, 2021
We're at it again with our ATV travel guides, this time we'll be covering Kentucky. As usual, this list is in no particular order and we recommend to always call before you haul.
Wright’s Area features 12 miles of track and over 250 acres that will satisfy anyone’s off roading needs. They have trails for beginners and experts as well as a mud pit. There is no fee to ride and concessions are available to purchase on site. This place is definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area.
Black mountain has over 150 miles of ATV trails spread across 700 acres. Their trails range from easy to expert, so there is something for everyone. There is also an RV site for those looking to stay multiple days. And a zipline for when you want a break from the riding.
This spot is on the smaller side. It is a 2.7 mile long trail that follows a creek through the Daniel Boone National Forest. It is free to ride and is open year round. It is also novice friendly which makes it a great place for new riders to get some practice in before hitting bigger places.
Blue Holler is a unique experience because its trails go through Mammoth Caves. There are trails for riders of all skill levels and has over 1,000 acres for riding. There are no electrical hookups so the only camping available is old fashioned tent camping.
This location has 20 miles of wooded trails over 400 acres, as well as a motocross track. Eagle Creek is a great place for intermediate riders, with a few attractions for beginners and experts. The trails are open daily but be sure to call first.
Dirty Turtle is open year round and has trails ranging from beginner to intermediate, with a few attractions for experts. It is located on 270 acres and has multiple stream crossings. There are also two full size motocross tracks and a separate peewee track, making this a great spot for riders of all ages.
This offroad [ark has ten miles of trails that take you through 500 acres of hardwood forest. It is a welcoming place to riders of all skill levels. Earlington Loch is normally open 7 days a week, but closes during deer hunting season. This location has RV camping available as well.
Located on 300 acres of land, Hollerwood has plenty to offer. The trails go through the woods so the terrain varies. The water crossings and mixed terrain can prove to be challenging for newer riders. The park is still early in development but it is open daily and RV camping is available.
This offroad park is open year round and features miles of marked and rated trails on 43,000 acres of land. The trails go through the forest and offer varying terrain with plenty of water crossings. There is also a campground which is RV friendly as well as open to tent campers.
This trail system is part of the Daniel Boone National Forest and has over 100 miles of trails that wind through the forest and offer varying terrain. There are three separate staging areas,each with restrooms. Redbird Crest is open year round but be sure to call before you haul.
What are your favorite riding locations in Kentucky? Let us know in the comments.