North of Ironton and east of Portsmouth in the Wayne National Forest, the Superior OHV Trail System has 13 miles of rolling trails through scenic forest open to ATV riders. The Superior OHV Trail System is shared with mountain bikers and dirt bike riders, so keep an eye out and slow down when passing. These trails can be crowded on the weekends. At the trailhead, there is dispersed primative camping permitted.
To reach the Superior OHV Trail System trailhead from Wheelersburg in the west, head east on SR522 for 12.5 miles to the signed trailhead.
To reach the Superior OHV Trail System trailhead from Ironton in the south, head north on SR93 for 10 miles to SR522. Turn left heading west for 3 miles to the signed trailhead.
Note: In the Wayne National Forest, all ATV’s must display an Ohio APV tag and a Wayne National Forest ATV permit. ATV riding on the forest service roads is prohibited and aggressively enforced. All ATV riders must use a helmet and goggles. The trails are closed from mid-December through mid-April. The routes are designed only for ATV’s under 50 inches wide, so do not attempt to ride side-by-side UTV’s on these trails. Night riding is permitted on the Superior OHV Trail System providing that the ATV has working lights.
Overall, Superior OHV Trail System is the 17th most popular ATV riding trail of all 17 ATV trails in Ohio.