Featured ATV TRAILS
Southeast of Springfield, the Chadwick ATV Area is an 80 mile trail network. The dozens of trails weave among thick stands of oak, hickory and pine spread over a 12 square mile area. There are steep climbs over 400 feet pitches lined with tire-tossing talus.
North of Columbia, the 1100 acre Finger Lakes State Park has more than 70 miles of ORV trails that wind into deep ravines and over steep hills on this former coal strip-mining operation. The trails are open to ATV riding and run through dense forest with numerous muddy ruts.
Southeast of Springfield and northwest of Centerville, the Sutton Bluff ATV Trail System is a network of 20+ miles of trails open to ATV riding. There are 20 orange-blazed routes follow ridgelines or hollow bottoms through oak and pine forest.
Southeast of Kansas City near Deepwater, the Copper Creek ORV Area covers approximately 400 acres of hills, trails, and open areas and is divided into a north and a south riding areas. The north ATV riding area is 90 acres in size. The south ATV area has a parking area and restroom and is much larger with over 300 acres containing more intricate trails.
Near Canton in northeast Missouri, the Smurfwood Trails consists of 15 miles of trails over 660 acres open to ATV riding. The trails roll through meadows and forest, and across 9 bridges. The trails can accommodate a variety of ATV types that are no wider than 55 inches including sport, utility and side-by-sides.
Northwest of St Louis in Foley, the 100-acre Letz Go Nutz Off-Road Park is open for ATV riding. The park is open on Saturdays and Sundays.
Southeast of Pineville in southwestern Missouri, the Rush Springs Ranch has 20 miles of ATV riding trails spread over 800 acres. The trail system passes scenic rocky bluffs. There are fast, flat sections and slow rocky stretches.