Brushy Fork ATV Park

The 13th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Ohio.

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South of Canton and east of South Fork State Park, the Brushy Fork ATV Park has a range of trails open to ATV riding spread over 300 acres. The trails range from a smooth pleasant ride for beginners to more rugged terrain for more experienced riders. Riders can decide if they want to cross a creek, climb a hill, try a mud bog, ride in the hardwood or pine tree forests, go exploring, or practice your skills on the motocross track.

The Brushy Fork ATV Park is located at 18351 Cadiz Road in Lore City.

To reach Brushy Fork ATV Park fromeast or west on I-70, use Exit #186 Old Washington, Senecaville. Turn onto St. Rte. 285 N., follow to 4-way stop and go straight. At 2nd 4-way stop, turn left and go approximately 2 blocks and turn right ( 285 makes a jog through Old Washington - follow signs ). Stay on 285 N. till you come to the stop sign at St. Rte. 22 and turn right. ATV park is 1 mile on the right.

Overall, Brushy Fork ATV Park is the 13th most popular ATV riding trail of all 17 ATV trails in Ohio.


Local Contact(s):  Brushy Fork ATV Park (740) 489-5409; Ohio Visitor Bureau (800) BUCKEYE.

Best Season:  Apr. - Nov.

Base Camp:  South Fork State Park Campground

GPS:  40.108489, -81.394283

Date Published:  5/17/2016

Date Updated:  7/17/2016

ID:  22356


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