Best North Carolina ATV Trails

North Carolina has 10 all terrain vehicle rides.

  September 17, 2018

Located in the US, the ATV trails in North Carolina offers more than a half-dozen beautiful ATV riding trails. The best North Carolina ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Brown Mountain ATV Trails, Wayehutta ATV Trail System, Badin Lake, Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park, and Black Swamp OHV Area. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a North Carolina ATV trails trail below.

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North Carolina ATV Trails Resources

FEATURED:  Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park

  North Carolina

  July 23, 2016

Northwest of Taylorsville in Alexander County, the Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park has 75 miles of trails spread over 1,700 acres that are open to ATV riding. The route range in elevation from 1,300 feet to 2,500 feet.

FEATURED:  Black Swamp OHV Area

  North Carolina

  July 15, 2016

Northeast of Jacksonville near Maysville in the Croatan National Forest, the Black Swamp OHV Area has an 8 mile trail system open to ATV riding. The trailhead is located south of Maysville off Black Swamp Road.

FEATURED:  North Core Banks

  Outer Banks, North Carolina

  August 9, 2016

In the Outer Banks, the North Core Banks (Portsmouth Island) is open to about 17 miles of beach routes in Cape Lookout National Seashore open to ATV riding.

FEATURED:  Carolina Backwoods

  North Carolina

  July 5, 2016

Northeast of Myrtle Beach in Ash, the Carolina Backwoods has 200 acres filled with trails and play areas for ATV riding. There are 15 miles of trails through varied terrain and forests. There are both wet and dry routes.

FEATURED:  Busco Beach ATV Park

  North Carolina

  July 24, 2016

Southeast of Raleigh near Goldsboro, the Busco Beach ATV Park has dirt tracks, drag strips and mud ponds open to ATV riders. Make sure to try riding the 50/50 mud hole that is a favority with local ATV riders.

FEATURED:  Outback ATV Park

  North Carolina

  September 17, 2018

Southwest of Fayetteville and northeast of Laurinburg, the Outback ATV Park has trails spread across 700 acres. In addition to the tracks and jumps, make sure you try checking out the mud bogs that are popular with local ATV riders.