Renfro OHV Route For ATV Riding
The 9th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Kentucky.
Monday 18 July 2016 04:12 GMT
Near McKee in the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Renfro OHV Route is a 4 mile route that begins on the south side of road opposite S-Tree picnic shelter. Trail makes a loop south of the campground, following the ridgeline southeast of FDR 431 before dropping down a steep, rocky hill into Renfro Branch. The remaining part of the trail is a slow climb back to the campground. The trail is through wooded terrain. Although portions of the trail could be easily negotiated by beginners, there are two steep hills which make the trail best suited for intermediate riders.This route connects to the S-Tree Route.
To reach the trailhead from McKee, head was on US421 for 0.5 miles. Then turn left (south) on KY 89 for 3 miles, turn right (west) on FDR 43. Go one mile, turn left (south) on FDR 20 and follow the signs.
The trailhead is at the junction of FDR 431 and 20. Trail may also be accessed from the campground. This route is near the Big South Fork recreation area.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is prohibited on all Forest Service roads.
Overall, Renfro OHV Route is the 9th most popular ATV riding trail of all 15 ATV trails in Kentucky. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Renfro OHV Route including White Sulpher ATV Trail, Turkey Foot OHV Route, S-Tree OHV Route, Redbird Crest Trail, Daniel Boone Trail System and Big Dog ATV Route.