Located in the US, the ATV trails in Pennsylvania offers over twenty awesome ATV riding trails. The best Pennsylvania ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Burnt Mills ATV Trail, Dixon Miller Recreation Area, Lost Trails ATV Park, Michaux State Forest, and Bald Eagle ATV Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Pennsylvania ATV trails trail below.
East of Bradford in the Allegheny National Forest, the Willow Creek ATV Trail is an 10.8-mile loop trail traversing scenic, forested hills on the Bradford District of the Allegheny National Forest. The trail is designed for enjoyment of ATV representing all skill levels.
Located near Gettysburg, the 82,000 acre Michaux State Forest contains a well-defined 37 mile system of dirt roads, snowmobile trails and foot trails ideal for ATV riding. The Piney Mountain area is very popular with ATV riders.
Northwest of Pittsburgh and south of Wampum, the Mines & Meadows ATV Resort has 50 miles of trails over 600 acres open to ATV riding. There are many trails that run underground through abandoned limestone mines. These mines provide matchless thrills with underground lakes, total darkness and numeroussurprises that help make each journey unforgettable.
South of Bedford and Rainsburg in Buchanan State Forest, the Martin Hill area has 14 miles of ATV trails. It is 70 percent logging roads and 30 percent rocky trails.
Northwest of Williamsport and south of Jersey Mills in the Tiadaghton State Forest, the Tiadaghton State Forest has 15 miles of ATV trails on old logging trails. The routes are forested, and some are steep, muddy and winding.
Near Renovo in Clinton County, the Sproul State Forest has 35 miles of ATV trails. The routes are on old coal strip mine road. This tree-lined trail goes throguh forest with some technical areas.
Near Coudersport in Potter County, the Susquehannock State Forest has 43.3 miles of ATV riding trails. These trails are also known as the Potter County ATV Trails.
Southwest of Wilkes-Barre near Tremont, the Rausch Creek ATV Park has 6,650 acres of ATV riding. There are nine tracks of varying levels of difficulty. There are over 650 acres of trails that are directly part of the park, and Rausch Creek Trailriders leases 6,000 acres for over 100 miles of off road trail riding.
East of Ekland, the Miles Mountain Trail System has 25 miles of trails open to ATV riding. These family-oriented trails have both intermediate (green) and more difficult advanced (blue) loops. They will take you from heavy woods to fields and meadows.
West of State College and north of Patton, the Rock Run Recreation Area has over 50 miles of trails open to ATV riding. All vehicles must have a functioning muffler and USFS-approved spark arrestor. This facility operates under PA DCNR rules and regulations.