Best Syracuse ATV Trails

The Syracuse area has 8 atv trails out of the 22 all terrain vehicle rides found in New York.

  September 17, 2018

Located in New York, the ATV trails in Syracuse offers more than a half-dozen beautiful ATV riding trails. The best Syracuse ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Whispering Pines, Altmar Trails, Oswego Valley ATV Club, Winona State Forest, and Broome-Tioga Sports Center.



Where Can I Ride ATVs In Syracuse?


FEATURED:  Altmar Trails

  Syracuse, New York

  August 17, 2016

North of Syracuse and southeast of Altmar in Oswego County, the 8,700 acre Happy Valley Wildlife Management Area has 28 miles of ATV riding over 2,500 acres. This is easy to intermediate riding through wooded, rolling terrain. There are an additional 11 miles of trails currently under development.


FEATURED:  Whispering Pines

  Syracuse, New York

  July 13, 2016

West of Syracuse and southeast of Lyons, the Whispering Pines area has 20 miles of ATV trails over 1,000 acres. The trails have rolling hills, open fields, rocks and mud.


FEATURED:  Winona State Forest

  Syracuse, New York

  July 13, 2016

North of Syracuse in northern Oswego County and southern Jeffereson County, the Winona State Forest has nice ATV riding that connects with the Tug Hill trails.


FEATURED:  Hannibal Trail

  Syracuse, New York

  August 13, 2016

Northwest of Syracuse in Oswego County, the Hannibal Trail is a challenging route open to ATV riding. The two-way route has some narrow turns and rocky sections. Watch out for the extreme Badlands section which is for experts only.


FEATURED:  Barclay Trail

  Syracuse, New York

  September 17, 2018

North of Syracuse and southeast of Altmar, the Barclay Trail is a new addition to the ATV trails maintained by the Oswego County ATV Club. A club membership is required to ride these trails. Once you have a club membership, it is very important to stay on the designated trails and do not ride on any private property.


FEATURED:  Broome-Tioga Sports Center

  Syracuse, New York

  July 23, 2016

South of Syracuse and northwest of Binghamton near Richford, the Broome-Tioga Sports Center has two tracks open to ATV racing. The first is a dirt track available in two configurations such as district races or as a national track. The second is a all-natural grass track that is typically used for grand prix style races or hare scrambles.