Hannibal Trail For ATV Riding

The 18th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in New York.

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Northwest of Syracuse in Oswego County, the Hannibal Trail is a challenging route open to ATV riding. The two-way route has some narrow turns and rocky sections. Watch out for the extreme Badlands section which is for experts only.

The trails are maintained by the Oswego County ATV Club and a club membership is required to ride these trails. Once you have a club membership, it is very important to stay on the designated trails and do not ride on any private property. These rules are being strictly enforced and you WILL be ticketed. Also, local landowners are watching and reporting in an attempt to close down these trails.

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

Overall, Hannibal Trail is the 18th most popular ATV riding trail of all 21 ATV trails in New York. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Hannibal Trail including Altmar Trails, Whispering Pines, Winona State Forest, Oswego County ATV Club, Oswego Valley ATV Club and Barclay Trail.


Local Contact(s):  Oswego ATV Club (315) 298.3312; NY Tourism (800) CALL NYS; Wheel-A-Way Motorsports, Fulton (315) 592-5311

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Luxury Loding:  Edge Hotel, Lyons Falls

Reference Source:  click here http://www.oswegocountyatv.org/

Article Source:   Best Hannibal Trail ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=19341

GPS:  43.3211, -76.5792

Date Published:  12/29/2015

Date Updated:  8/13/2016

ID:  19341

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