Located in the US, the dirt biking in Maryland offers over ten good dirt bike trail destinations. The best Maryland dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Wicomico Motorsports Park, Stafford Trail, Chandler ORV Trail System, East Valley Trail, and Budds Creek Motocross Park. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Maryland dirt biking trail below.
South of Washington and northeast of Newburg, the Wicomico Motorsports Park has 23 miles of dirt biking trails over 300 acres. Formerly known as Southern Maryland ATV Park, the park has both rentals and training schools available.
Southwest of Snow Hill and northeast of Pocomoke City in the Pocomoke River State Forest, the Chandler ORV Trail System has 6 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding (permit required). There are bumps and mud holes.
East of Cumberland and Flintstone, the 40,000 acre Green Ridge State Forest has a challenging 18 mile loop trail for dirt bike riding. The East Valley Trail is on rugged unmaintained roads. It follows two old forest roads (East Valley Road and Stafford Road). This region is very dry, so the riding is almost year-round.
Near Grantsville in the Savage River State Forest, the Savage River Complex is 55,000 acres of state lands combining parks and forests that are open to dirt biking. There are countless miles of trails and doubletracks. The Meadow Mountain Trail System has 11 miles of trails with some rocky sections.
Southeast of Baltimore and Easton, The Landing MX Park has five tracks spread over 200 acres. The tracks include a motocross track and peewee track. The Landing MX Park is open on Saturdays and Sundays.
Near Grantsville in the Savage River State Forest, the Poplar Lick Trail System is a 6 mile trail system open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. A good trailhead for this route is in the New Germany State Park.
Near Oakland in the Potomac-Garrett State Forest, the Garrett Trail System has 9 miles of trails and logging roads open to dirt biking. The routes pass through dense oak, cherry and maple forests.