Kentucky ATV Trails & OHV Parks
Kentucky ATV Riding Adventures Await You!
With miles of Kentucky ATV trails through the breathtaking wilderness landscapes of the Bluegrass State, Kentucky ATV riding enthusiasts can find a trail on nearly any kind of terrain.
From flat lands and bogs to steep mountainsides and wilderness trails, ATV and OHV trails present plenty of challenges in these Kentucky ATV parks. Old access roads and trails from Kentucky's coal industry have left an extensive network of riding opportunities. Riding destinations may be found across the Commonwealth, from scenic view points on eastern Kentucky ridge tops, to intriguing and challenging river bottoms in western Kentucky.
Explore the listings below to find Kentucky OHV trails, ATV parks, trails and more!
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System of ATV Trails located along Mississippi River in Carlisle County. Permit required.
1.6 mile track, rated for beginner to advanced riders, see website for scheduling ingo-race dates, practice dates, clinics/camps
Cave Run Lake, hiking, biking, horseback trails & camping, boating, wildlife viewing, hunting, campgrounds,
hiking, biking, horse & ATV, laurel river lake, cumberland & laruel rivers, numerous campsites & shooting ranges
Redbird Crest trail for atv/ohv, hiking, horse, camping, hunting, fishing
Russell Fork River, Breaks Interstate Park, Pine Mountain State Scenic Trail, TransAmerica Bike Route US 76, Kentucky Whitewater
ATV Park with camping available
RV sites with full hook ups, developed & primitive tent sites, Cabins, central bath/shoewr houses, provides access to trails at Black Mountain Off Road Adventure Area,
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
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