Best Virginia ATV Trails

Virginia has 15 all terrain vehicle rides.

Located in the US, the ATV trails in Virginia offers over ten good ATV trail destinations. The best Virginia ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Patterson Mountain OHV Trail, South Pedlar ATV Trail, Taskers Gap ATV Trail, Peters Mill Run ATV Trail, and Rocky Run ATV Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Virginia ATV trails trail below.

Featured ATV TRAILS

Patterson Mountain OHV Trail

North of Roanoak and east of Eagle Rock in the George Washington National Forest, the Patterson Mountain Off Road Vehicle Trail is a varied 15 mile ATV riding route. The Patterson Mountain OHV Trail is an exciting trail for all-terrain vehicle (ATV). Almost 15 miles of trail contain challenges for users of differing skill levels.  MORE INFO

Mountain View

West of Roanoke and northwest of Adbingdon, the Mountain View Spearhead OHV trail system has over 100 miles of ATV riding. WIthin the Spearhead Trail System, the Mountain View Trails are known to be very scenic. Of the 58 trails, most are rated difficult or moderate.  MORE INFO

Ridgeview

West of Roanoke within the Spearhead Trail system, the Ridgeview trail system has 75 miles open to ATV riding. The level of difficulty of these 43 trails are equally spread across easy, modererate and difficult.  MORE INFO

Stone Mountain

West of Roanoke and Bristol within the Spearhead Trail system, the Stone Mountain trail system has 31 miles open to ATV riding. The trail system is known for numerous overlooks across the forests below.  MORE INFO

Coal Canyon

West of Roanoke and Princeton within the Spearhead Trail system, the Coal Canyon trails have 120 miles open to ATV riding. The 11 trails in this riding area are typically considered easy, and are good for both ATV riding and Side-By-Side riding.  MORE INFO

Pocahontas

West of Roanoke and Bluefield within the Spearhead Trail system, the Original Pocahontas trail system has 67 miles open to ATV riding. The level of difficulty of these 43 trails are equally spread across easy, modererate and difficult.  MORE INFO

Slades Park

Near Surry, the Slades Park is open to ATV riding. There are 12 miles of trails spread over 300 acres.  MORE INFO

Rocky Run ATV Trail

Near Bridgewater in the George Washington National Forest, the Rocky Run ORV Trail is a 10 mile ATV loop with narrow and twisting sections. The Rocky Run ATV/OHV Trail on the Dry River District is a loop of approximately 10 miles designed for the recreational, all-terrain vehicle rider. Riders will find challenges in the narrow and twisting portion connecting Second Mountain and Dictum Ridge.  MORE INFO