Located in the US, the ATV trails in Alabama is known for five fun ATV trails. The best Alabama ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Kentuck ORV Trail System, Flint Creek Multi-Use Trail, Ridge ATV Park, Minooka Park, and Boggs - Boulders Offroad Park. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Alabama ATV trails trail below.
East of Birmingham and south of Anniston near Munford in the Talladega National Forest, the Kentuck ORV Trail system has 23 miles of trails through rolling hills of oak and hickory forests. This system of four trails are fast with lots of turns, jumps and stream crossings. Some trails have easy sections with gentle grades, while others have steeper graded and tight turns.
Southwest of Huntsville and south of Danville, the Flint Creek Multi Use Trail has two loops totaling 16 miles within the Bankhead National Forest. The white-blaze Loop A is 11 miles. The red-blazed Loop B is 5 miles. These multi-use trails are open to hikers, dirt bikers, ATV riders, mountain bikers and equestrians. There is heavy ATV use on the weekends.
South of Birmingham and north of Jemison in Chilton County, the Minooka Park OHV Trail System has 15 miles of ATV riding over 160 acres. The Multi-use trails (two-way travel) are designated for four wheelers, motorcycles, mountain bikes and horses. These trails were constructed by Trails Unlimited and volunteers.
Northeast of Birmingham and northwest of Springville, The Ridge has 440 acres of trails open to ATV riding. There are 30 miles of trails with all types of terrain including open fields, tight woods, fire lanes, hill climbing, creeks, rocks, and lots of elevation changes. There are approximatly 15 miles of trails with more being added on a weekly basis.
Southwest of Montgomery and west of Andalusia, the Boggs And Boulders Offroad Adventure Park has ATV trails spread across 1,000 acres. There is a winding trail network through dense forest and also plenty of mug bogs to explore.