Sutton Bluff For ATV Riding
The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Missouri.
Tuesday 9 August 2016 04:18 GMT
Southeast of Springfield and northwest of Centerville, the Sutton Bluff ATV Trail System is a network of 20+ miles of trails open to ATV riding. There are 20 orange-blazed routes follow ridgelines or hollow bottoms through oak and pine forest.
To reach the NFS Sutton Bluff Campground trailhead for ATV riding from Centerville, head north on SR72/21 for 3 miles to CR907. Turn left heading west on CR907 for 7 miles to CR849. Turn left heading south on CR849 for 2 miles to the NFS Sutton Bluff Campground
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is permitted on all numbered Forest Service roads. Also, the maximum width of ATV permitted on the Sutton Bluff ATV Trail System is 50 inches. A National Forest riding permit is required for this trail system. In addition, to ride on the county roads, a Reynolds County permit is also required.
Overall, Sutton Bluff is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 13 ATV trails in Missouri. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Sutton Bluff including Chadwick ATV Trails, Mill Creek Park, South Fork Dirt Riders, Crooked Creek OHV Area, Harpole Heartland ATV Area and Brushy Ridge MotorsportsSplinter Creek Dirt Riders.