We’re still continuing our series on the best places to ride ATVs, this post we’re covering our favorite finds in Tennessee. So if you’re local to the area or are looking to plan a trip, we hope you can get the chance to stop by one of these places.
Sugar creek keeps things sweet and simple. There are no amenities but there is a good mix between mud and trails. And it’s only 10$ per ATV. This place is worth the stop if you’re in the area.
This park is over 500 acres and has more than 120 miles of off-road trails that are within the mountains of Tennessee. The trails vary from beginner to advanced. There is camping and RV hook ups on site.
The trails at Windrock are open 24/7 and welcome off road vehicles of all kinds. The 300 miles of trails are spread over 73,000 acres. The trails range from easy to extremely difficult. There is definitely something for everyone here.
This place has direct access to the Cumberland Mountains trail system, which is over 150,000 acres and has 600 miles of multi use trails. This is definitely something that that you plan a whole weekend around because you cannot experience it all in a day.
These multi use trails are shared between ATVs, horses, mountain bikes, and hikers. The trails are on Doe Mountain and are over 8,600 acres. Most of the trails are beginner friendly, but there is still a variety of more advanced trails.
This location offers ATV and cabin rentals for your stay. Alternatively, there is a campground on site. Brimstone trails are over 20,000 acres and they have established themselves as a top notch off road weekend retreat that offers a unique experience to even the most experienced riders.
Bluff Mountain offers a variety of different ATV tours for riders of all experience levels. The tours are between 1-1.5 hours. The trails are over 6,000 acres and there are multiple terrains to choose from, making this a worthy place to revisit.
This is a nice little spot that still manages to have everything. They’ve got cabin rentals, RV hookups, tent sites, a convenience store, a laundromat, wifi, and a bath house. Their ATV trails are 10+ miles and there is also a 2 mile hiking trail. It’s only 5$ per person and $15 to bring your own vehicle.
Despite its name, Stinking Creek is not something to turn your nose from. This place has access to the Royal Blue and Sundquist OHV system. The trail system is over 200,000 acres and 600 miles.
10. Wooly’s Off Road
If you’re looking for a challenge, look no further because Wooly/s has plenty. This park offers 8 different trails and has a variety of different challenges. Their most well known is their “Willy Make It?, which is a long, tocky ditch.
That’s all for this post. If you have any notable ATV trails in Tennessee, feel free to let us know in the comments.