Best Pennsylvania Dirt Bike Trails

Pennsylvania has 29 offroad motorcycling rides.

Located in the US, the dirt biking in Pennsylvania offers over twenty awesome dirt bike trails. The best Pennsylvania dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Sleepy Hollow MX Park, Dual Sport Motorycle Trail, Breezewood Proving Grounds, Rausch Creek Trailriders, and Majestic Kamp and Lost Trails. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Pennsylvania dirt biking trail below.

Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS

Dual Sport Motorycle Trail

North of Harrisburg and west of Lewisburg in Bald Eagle State Forest, the Dual Sport Motorycle Trail is designated for dual-sport trail bikes (licensed for highway use). Also known as Seven Mountains Ramble Trail System, there are about 90 miles of dirt biking trails total. The trails are marked with yellow blazes and are one-way.  MORE INFO

Majestic Kamp and Lost Trails

Southeast of Bradford and Rew, the Majestic Kamp and Lost Trails offers 2-loops, totaling over 41 miles of off-road motorcycle trails riding over 900 acres. These challenging routes have hill climbs, curves and plenty of mud.  MORE INFO

Shade Mountain Trail System

North of Harrisburg and west of Lewisburg in Bald Eagle State Forest, the Shade Mountain Trail System is designated for non-licensed, off-highway dirt bikes. The legal dirt biking trails are marked with yellow blazes. These are difficult, rocky trails with tight off-camber slopes.  MORE INFO

Willow Creek ORV Trail

East of Bradford, the Willow Creek ORV Trail is an 10.8-mile loop dirt bike trail traversing scenic, forested hills on the Bradford District of the Allegheny National Forest. The dirt bike trail is designed for all levels of dirt bikers. The trail is open from the Friday before Memorial Day to the last Sunday in September.  MORE INFO

Rausch Creek Trailriders

Southwest of Wilkes-Barre near Tremont, the Rausch Creek Trailriders maintains 100 miles of dirt bike riding trails over 6,000 acres. Formerly known as Tower City Trail Riders, the property is leased from Rausch Creek Park and is now is a members-only facility.  MORE INFO

Rocky Gap ORV Trail

Southwest of Warren, the Rocky Gap ORV Trail is a 20.8 mile loop trail traversing the forested hills of the Allegheny National Forest. It was constructed built for intermediate to advanced dirt bikers. The trail is open from the Friday before Memorial Day to the last Sunday in September  MORE INFO

Doublin Gap Motocross Park

West of Harrisburg near Shippensburg, the Doublin Gap MX Park has a 1.25 mile motocross track on natural terrain. There is also a 0.5 mile peewee track. The Track is located six miles north of downtown Shippensburg.  MORE INFO

Rock Run

West of State College and north of Patton, the Rock Run Recreation Area has over 50 miles of trails open to dirt biking. All vehicles must have a functioning muffler and USFS-approved spark arrestor.  MORE INFO

Slippery Rock Dunes Outdoor Park

East of New Castle and southwest of Slippery Rock, the Slippery Rock Dunes Outdoor Park has a track and trails open to dirt biking. There are about 4 miles of wood trails currently open and 3 large mud pits. The main track has single and double jumps. Plus, there is a peewee track.  MORE INFO

Mines and Meadows ORV Resort

Northwest of Pittsburgh and south of Wampum, the Mines & Meadows ATV Resort has 50 miles of trails over 600 acres open to dirt biking. There are many trails that run underground through abandoned limestone mines.  MORE INFO

High Voltage Motocross Park

Northeast of Pittsburgh near Ford City, the High Voltage MX Park has a motocross track and a peewee track. The motocross track is about 2 miles long and is a demanding course with tricky off-camber corners, doubles and triple jumps.  MORE INFO

Miles Mountain Motocross Track

North of Williamsport and east of Elkland, the Miles Mountain MX has a motocross track and 25 miles of trails open to dirt bike riding. These family-oriented trails have both intermediate (green) and more difficult advanced (blue) loops. The trails lead through heavy woods to fields and meadows.  MORE INFO