Buffalo Valley Motocross For ATV Riding

The 21st most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Texas.

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Northeast of San Antonio, the Buffalo Valley MX has a track open to ATV riding only. The family-oriented track has several jumps, banked turns and one double. It is a half-mile track with 14 jumps overall. There are also tight wooded trails.

To reach the trailhead from San Antonio, head east on US20 toward HOUSTON / Seguin. Use Exit #593 toward TRAINER HALE RD. Take a Right (South) on Trainer Hale Rd./FM 2538 and drive approximately 5.4 miles. The entrance to Buffalo Valleys ATV MX track will be on your left and is only marked by a 2x2 cardboard sign that has an arrow pointing to the left towards a dirt road and the words ATV MX on it.

Follow the dirt road until it turns right (their will be an even smaller cardboard sign with the words MX and an arrow pointing to another dirt road to the right. After turning right, keep on going until you reach on open field past a tree line. You then turn left going through a gate that leads down another dirt road that has on old house at the end of it. The track should be on your left-hand side and you will be able to see large earth moving machinery (bulldozer/front-end loader). Drive down to the old house and that is where you can park and off-load.

Overall, Buffalo Valley Motocross is the 21st most popular ATV riding trail of all 27 ATV trails in Texas. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Buffalo Valley Motocross including Mud Buddys ATV Park and White Knuckle Ranch.


Local Contact(s):  Buffalo Valley MX (210) 845-2017; Texas Tourism (800) 888-8TEX.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

GPS:  29.46329, -98.127267

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  7/28/2016

ID:  20096


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