Ocala North OHV Trail System For ATV Riding
The 5th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Florida.
Sunday 20 November 2016 05:07 GMT
Northeast of Ocala, the Ocala North OHV Trail System has 35 miles of trails open to ATV riding. In addition, there are 76 miles of designated mixed-use roads where OHVs share the route with licensed vehicles.
The Ocala North OHV Trail System has six trailheads: Pipeline Trailhead on SR316, Delancy Loops Trailhead along SR19, Delancy West Trailhead on FS66, Rodman Trailhead past Kirkpatrick Dam, OHV Center on FS11 and Motorcycle Loop Trailhead on FS66.
To reach the closest Ocala North OHV Trail System ATV trailhead to Ocala known as the Pipeline trailhead, head east on US40 into the National Forest. Turn left heading north on CR314 and follow as the road veers northeast. Turn left heading north on FS97. Turn right heading east on CR316 for about 0.25 miles to a trailhead.
Note: As of July 2008, the State Of Florida requires riders under 16 years old to have taken an approved OHV safety course and to carry proof of course certification. The Ocala North OHV Trail System is open to ATVs up to 50 inches wide.
Overall, Ocala North OHV Trail System is the 5th most popular ATV riding trail of all 20 ATV trails in Florida. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Ocala North OHV Trail System including Motocross of Marion County, Wandering Wiregrass Trail and Ocala Adventure Trail.