Located in the US, the dirt biking in Mississippi offers more than a half-dozen beautiful dirt biking trails. The best Mississippi dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Bethel ATV Trail, Rattlesnake Bay ATV Trail, Trace State Park, Red Creek ORV, and Tiger Creek ORV Area. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Mississippi dirt biking trail below.
Northwest of Tupelo near Belden, the 2,500 acre Trace State Park has 35 miles of trails for dirt biking. The trails roll through hills and hollers, along ridges and creeks. The routes pass through hardwood forest and swamps in the northeastern part of Mississippi. The trails are divided between 7.5 miles of gravel and 21.6 miles of dirt.
Near Starkville, the Wilderness Trails Riding Park is open to dirt biking. There are nine miles of trails about 5 feet wide through dense forest.
North of Biloxi near Perkinston in southern Mississippi, the Red Creek Off-Road Park has tons of trails and mud to explore by dirt bike. This private facility is open on the weekends and does have a usage fee.
Northwest of Biloxi near Perkinston, the Sand Hill ATV Park has 350 acres of sandy hills and trails open to dirt bike riding. Also known as The Sand Piles, it is open only on Friday afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays. The park is open on weekdays for those renting cabins or RV hookups.
West of Tupelo and east of Pontotoc, the Motocross 886 area has a track open to dirt bike riding. The track is groomed and watered. There are doubles, triples and tabletops.