Located in the US, the ATV trails in Texas offers over twenty awesome ATV riding trails. The best Texas ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Red River ATV Park, Mud Buddys ATV Park, Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area, Gator Run Offroad Park, and Rocky Ridge Ranch. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Texas ATV trails trail below.
Northeast of Dallas near Bonham, the Red River ATV Park has 400 acres of ATV riding along the Red River. Get ready for mud, sand, rocks and rolling hills.
East of San Antonio near Ezzell, the Mud Buddys ATV Park has 240 acres open to ATV riding. There are trails and tracks.
East of Dallas and southeast of Longview near Easton, the Gator Run Offroad Park has 5,200 acres of ATV riding. Riding includes mud and dry trails, clay pits with hills and spring fed creeks.
East of Dallas and northeast of Gilmer, the TMTC / Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area has over 150 miles over 1,800 acres open to ATV riding. This area was opened in 2000 by the Texas Motorized Trails Coalition (TMTC). The rolling routes pass through rugged, heavily-wooded areas on an old iron ore mine.
Northwest of Dallas and north of Decatur, the Rocky Ridge Ranch has 650 acres of ATV riding. There are wooded trails with water holes and some steep hills.
West of San Antonio and Castroville, the White Knuckle Ranch has a track open to ATV riding. The track has doubles, table tops and rythym sections.
North of Amarillo near Fritch, the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area has ATV trails. The area is divided into 2 sections, Rosita ORV Area and Blue Creek Bridge ORV Area. The Rosita ORV Area has plenty of challenge with sand and hill climbs through diverse terrain.
North of Houston and just northeast of Conroe, the Sam Houston National Forest has 67 miles of multi-use trails that are open to ATV riding. The route traverses loamy sand and mud, along with numerous creek crossings.
Southeast of Dallas and east of Jacksonville, the Mud Creek Offroad Park has 2000 acres of hills, swamps and marshes open to ATV riding. On the west side of the park, the 600 acres of terrain is made up of rolling, green hills with some wooded patches and small creeks.
Near Fort Worth on Lake Grapevine, Marshall Creek ORV Park has 250 acres open to ATV riding. There are some steep hills and stunts. There is a new 7 mile Continuous Cross Country Trail. Plus, there is a Beginners Area for younger riders to work on their skills.