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.