Northwest of Syracuse near Hannibal in Oswego County, the Oswego Valley ATV Club maintains 38 miles of family-oriented trails open to ATV riding. The trails run from Hannibal to Fair Haven. There are twelve miles of forested trails, three miles of mud trails and the rest are on old railroad grades.
The trails are maintained by the Oswego Valley 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.
There are two separate trailhead parking areas. The first area is at the corner of SR3 and SR104 in Hannibal. The second area is on Muck Road in Hannibal. If you park at the first area, you can ride either east or west on the trail system.
You can park and ride from two separate areas.
1). Corner of Route 3 and Route 104, Hannibal, NY
2) Muck Road, Hannibal, NY
By parking at the Corner of Route 3 and Route 104 in Hannibal, NY, a rider can travel either east or west on our trails.
Starting out traveling west behind the Hannibal Village Market (IGA), you can either plan on traveling west towards Fair Haven, NY or east towards our rough wet & wild Bad Land Trails.
Heading west, riders can follow the Bartoszewski Trail to the Simmon's Trail, onto the Oswego County Hojack Trail. At the bridge, the trail turns into the Cayuga County Trail, which is the railroad bed. This can be followed west all the way to the Village of Fair Haven.
Heading east, riders can follow the Hubbard’s Trail to Zappala’s Trail West to the Peanut Trail. From there, riders have their choice of several different trails, all listed on our trail map. These trails can be taken to our rough, wet & wild Bad Lands Trails.
Note: The trails are closed during NYS hunting seasons and during the winter. Also, make sure you have the proper registration and insurance before riding anywhere in New York State.