Located in the US, the OHV driving in Missouri is known for five fun OHV trails. The best Missouri OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch, Flat Nasty, St. Joe State Park, Letz Go Nutz OHV Park, and Bricks Off Road Park. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Missouri OHV driving trail below.
South of Seymour, the Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch has 900 rugged acres open to OHV users. There are plenty of mud and rock obstacles on this heavily forested land.
West of Farmington in Park Hills, the St Joe State Park has 2,000 acre set aside for OHV routes. The wooded trails wind through forest and through sand flats. There are about 800 acres of sand-flats, a sand-like substance of crushed limestone, which is a lead-mining remnant. The remainder of the area is wooded hillsides that are steep in some areas.
Southwest of Poplar Bluff, the Bricks Bricks Off Road Park has 10+ routes open to 4WD OHVs. It is known for its mud pits, rock climbs and techincal uphill sections.