Located in the US, the dirt biking in Ohio offers over ten good dirt bike trail destinations. The best Ohio dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Bear Creek Ranch, Perry State Forest, Hanging Rock OHV Trail System, Monday Creek OHV Trail System, and Pike State Forest. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Ohio dirt biking trail below.
Southeast of Zanesville near Blue Rock, the 4,567 acre Perry State Forest has 16 miles of very popular and challenging APV trails across an area formerly strip mined for coal that are open to dirt biking.
South of Canton near East Sparta, the Bear Creek Amphitheatre has 26 miles of marked dirt bike trails spread over 180 acres. The dirt biking trails roll through forest and creeks. There is a 250 foot hill climb.
South of Chillicothe and west of Waverly, the 11,900 acre Pike State Forest has 15 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trails wind through the hollows and ridge tops, offering the visitor a challenging ride as well as some beautiful scentery and breathtaking views.
Northwest of Ironton and north of Hanging Rock in the Wayne National Forest, the Hanging Rock ORV Trail System has 26 miles of trails over 5,000 acres open to dirt biking. The area contains a network of nine very challenging trails through forested hills. The offroad motorcycle trails wind through an old strip mine area from the 1960s.
Northwest of Athens and Nelsonville in the Wayne National Forest, the Monday Creek ATV Area has about 70 miles of dirt biking trails. The more challenging trails include Dorr Run Loop, Inner Door, and Purdum Loop.
North of Ironton and west of Portsmouth in the Wayne National Forest, the Pine Creek off-road motorcycle trail system has 20 miles of rolling trails through scenic forest open to off-road motorcycle riders. There are three trailheads which service the three trails in this system.
Near Zaleski and northwest of Wellston, the 2,000 Richland Furnace State Forest has 7 miles of dirt biking trails.
West of Cleveland near Sheffield Village, the Ram Jam Sportsplex is an indoor motocross facility open to dirt bike riding. There is a 6 lane track spread over 70,000 sq.ft.
West of Toledo and south of Swanton, the 3,000 acre Maumee State Forest has 5 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The Maumee State Forest is located in portions of Lucas, Fulton, and Henry County. Dirt biking is permitted only on designated trails marked with orange blazes and during daylight hours only. Out of state riders will be required to purchase an OHIO BMV sticker that is good for two weeks.
Near Sandusky in Tiffin, the Sandusky Valley Riders have a 40 acre facility with dirt biking trails and a 1.3 mile track. The track is mostly natural terrain with elevation changes, man made doubles and table tops with some rhythm sections.