Holey Land Wildlife Management Area ATV Trails

South of Lake Okeechobee in Palm Beach County, the 35,000 acre Holey Land Wildlife Management Area is open to ATV riding on an extensive network of levees and along canals.

To reach the ATV riding at the Holey Land Wildlife Management Area from Ft. Lauderdale, head west on US595 to US75. Head north on US75 to US27. Proceed north on US 27 to the Palm Beach/Broward County line. From county line, take L-5 levee west approximately 9 mi to first access point, which is on the north side of the levee.

To reach the ATV riding at the Holey Land Wildlife Management Area from Clewiston, head south on US27 to Palm Beach/Broward County line. From county line, take L-5 levee west approximately 9 mi to first access point, which is on the north side of the levee.

Note: An orange flag is required and must be at least 10 inches wide and 12 inches long and displayed at a minimum height of 6 feet above the top of the seat.

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.

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Local Contact(s):  Florida Fish and Wildlife Comm (850) 488-4676; Florida Visitor Information (850) 488-5607.

Base Camp:  Onsite Primative Camping

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