Best Maryland OHV/4WD Trails

Maryland has 3 off-highway vehicle routes.

  August 18, 2016

Located in the US, the OHV driving in Maryland is known for three cool OHV and Jeep trails. The best Maryland OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Chandler OHV Trail, Stafford OHV Trail, and East Valley OHV Trail. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Maryland OHV driving trail below.

Where Can I Drive OHVs In Maryland?

Maryland OHV Driving Resources

FEATURED:  Chandler OHV Trail


  August 18, 2016

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 OHV routes (permit required). There are bumps and mud holes. The system consists of 3 well-marked loops: Yellow Loop, Red Loop and Blue Loop.

FEATURED:  East Valley OHV Trail


  July 15, 2016

East of Cumberland and Flintstone, the 40,000 acre Green Ridge State Forest has a challenging 18 mile loop trail for ORV 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.