Located in the US, the ATV trails in Florida offers over fifteen ATV trail rides. The best Florida ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Croom Motorcyle Area, Osceola National Forest, Apalachicola National Forest, Bear Island Unit, and Ocala North OHV Trail System. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Florida ATV trails trail below.
North of Tampa and east of Brooksville, the Croom Motorcyle Area is open to ATV riding. The Croom riding area is in the 145,000 acre Withlacooche State Forest and has pine uplands, cypress swamps and river bottom woodlands. ATV users will find many miles of trails from easy to challenging, within the areas 2,600 acres.
Southwest of Tallahassee and north of Carrabelle in Franklin County, the Tates Hell State Forest has a new OHV Trail System with 150+ miles of routes on existing forest roads. While riding on the trails, forest users can expect to see various ecosystems including cypress/titi swamps, blackwater rivers and pine flatwoods. Various species of wildlife can also be encountered ranging from wading birds to deer.
Northeast of Ocala, the Ocala North OHV Trail System has 35 miles of trails open to ATV riding. In addition, there are 76 miles of designated mixed-use roads where OHVs share the route with licensed vehicles.
East of Ocala and northeast of Umatilla, the Wandering Wiregrass Trail (aka Paisley OHV Trail) consists of a 17 mile loop network of trails and roads designated for ATV riding. The Wandering Wiregrass Trail loop passes through dense longleaf pine habitat.
Northeast of Fort Myers and east of Punta Gorda, the 800 acre Redneck Mud Park is a premier mud track and trail riding area open to ATV riding. There area a wide range of wooded ATV trails to explore, and of course, four mud holes to test your mudding skills.
West of Gainsville near Old Town, the 80 acre Ocean Pond Off Road Park is known for the ATV mud racing events. There is a large mud bogging area with a designated ATV area.