Camden ATV Trails

The 6th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in New York.

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Northeast of Syracuse and northwest of Rome and Camden, the Camden area has 8 miles of ATV trails spread over 150 acres. The Camden ATV trails are geared towards beginners and intermediates. The trails pass through woodlands and farm fields. The routes have gentle slopes and nicely groomed trails through the woods offering a wide variety of terrain for the new rider. This riding area has ASI certified safety courses and is very family friendly. It is maintained by the 46ers Off-Highway Vehicle Club of Camden.

To reach the Camden ATV trails trailhead from Rome, head northwest on SR69 into Camden. Continue on SR69 (aka CPR Road) as it zigzags through Camden. The trailhead is located near 1630 SR69, about 1.5 miles west of Camden on the north side of the road. There is parking located across the road from Dutch Hill Sport. Look back across the street for the trail signs in the field.

Note: make sure you have the proper registration and insurance before riding anywhere in New York State.

Overall, Camden ATV Trails is the 6th most popular ATV riding trail of all 26 ATV trails in New York. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Camden ATV Trails including Altmar Trails, Whispering Pines, Winona State Forest, Oswego County ATV Club, Oswego Valley ATV Club and Hannibal TrailBarclay Trail.

Camden ATV Trails ATV Trails Map



Local Contact(s):  NY Tourism (800) CALL NYS.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

GPS:  43.341129, -75.777793

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  7/28/2016

ID:  15037

Camden ATV Trails ATV Trails Map


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