Kentuck ORV Trail System For Dirt Biking

The 2nd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Alabama.

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In the Appalachian Mountains south of Anniston near Munford, the Kentuck ORV Trail system has 23 miles of dirt bike trails through rolling hills of oak and hickory forests. This system of four dirt bike trails are fast with lots of turns, jumps and stream crossings. Some trails have easy sections with gentle grades, while others have steeper graded and tight turns.

Keep an eye out for turkeys and armadillos, and of course ATVs and mountain bikes since this is a two-way route.

To reach the dirt biking trailhead for the Kentuck ORV Trail System from Birmingham, head east on US20 to Exit 185 (Oxford). Proceed south on SR21 toward Talledega for 4.5 miles. Turn left heading east on CR135. After 3.5 miles, turn right heading south on Kentuck Road. After about 1.5 miles, turn right heading west on FS643 to the parking area.

Overall, Kentuck ORV Trail System is the 2nd most popular dirt bike trail of all 11 dirt biking rides in Alabama.


Local Contact(s):  TNF (256) 362-2909; Alabama Visitors (800) ALABAMA; Talladega Cycle, Talladega (256) 362-6370; Bama Power Spor, Oxford (256) 835-3335.

Best Season:  Apr. - Jan

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Onsite primative camping in parking area

Luxury Loding:  Victoria Inn in Anniston (800) 260-8781

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Article Source:   Best Kentuck ORV Trail System Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  33.5381, -85.8508

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  7/25/2016

ID:  15983

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