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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Central City, KY
Mud Bogg Pit, several classes of trucks/4x4s, ATVs, Lawn Tractors and Power Wheels
25,529 acres, fishing for muskie, bass & panfish in Redbird River, 25 miles of hiking trails, access to Redbird Crest Trail, open under statewide hunting regulations
7,000 acre off-road park, 100+ miles of trails, varying difficulty levels, primitive camping allowed on property with permit
200 ft. & 300 ft. tracks, fair race events, different classes of racing
Whitley City, KY
1,000 acres, 50 miles of trails, new trails being developed, primitive campground
9,00 acres, 120 miles of trails, trails are mult-iuse but ATV/OHVs are by far the most popular user group, range in difficulty from easy/beginner-chellenging/expert, numerous ...
252 acres, 12 miles of ATV/OHV riding trails, camping, access to longer trail systems, plans for trailhead facilities
UTV guided elk tours in Perry County & surrounding areas
1.3 mile motocross track,
Approximately 30 miles of trails, Bills 491 Offroad Park is still in development. Open Fri-Sun, contact Bill's to get the most up-to-date trail and park information
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