Mississippi ATV Trail Guide
There’s not much that can beat a day of mudding, jumping, and hauling tail on the Mississippi ATV riding trails and UTV riding trails. Of course, off-roading here means getting wet and muddy since the entire state is known for its connection to the mighty Mississippi River. Challenging trails and great beauty as you want to commune with nature, that’s what you’ll find here. We’ve only highlighted a very few of the best Mississippi ATV parks, but there are many other great areas for ATV and UTV trail riding to be found throughout the state. Here at Treadworld, we have the ATV tires you need for wherever your adventures take you. Don’t hesitate to contact our tire experts via live chat or email with any questions you may have, and to get the ideal Master ATV and UTV Tires for you.
Bethel ATV Trail
Location: Forestry Rd, Saucier, MS
One of the most southeastern options for ATV riding in Mississippi is this area offering 43-miles of all-terrain trails winding through the piney woods of the Coastal Plain, located in the Desoto National Forest. It offers two separate trails, both ideal for beginning and intermediate ATV riders. The north trail is an 18-mile loop, and the south trail is a 19-mile loop, both of which include hardwood flats and swamps around Tuxachanie Creek. You aren’t likely to get very muddy here, but you will encounter Mississippi Coastal Plains vegetation types such as longleaf and slash pine.
BMB Off-Road aka Barnyard Mudboggers 4×4 Off-Road Park
Location: 3727 Joe Wheeler Brown Rd, Fulton, MS
Sixty trails weaving through 715 acres of swamp, wooded trails, hill climb trails, mud bogs and water crossings make this one of the most popular ATV parks in Mississippi. The most northern park in the state, it offers trails that will appeal to all skill levels from beginning to advanced. Prepare to get dirty and wet. If you decide you want a break from your ATV adventures, Elvis’ Graceland Mansion is only a couple of hours away.
Burden’s Creek ATV Park
Location: 4148 Hwy 49, Mount Olive, MS
Here you’ll find 400 acres of mud pits, water wheelies, deep ponds, sloughs, creek crossings, and miles of trails for ATV and UTV riding escapades. Majestic 200-year-old oak trees around the property can offer a sense of serene beauty for your ride. Considered one of the best mud tracks in the state. Suitable for all levels of ATV riding experience.
Chickasaw ATV Trails
Location: Tombigbee National Forest (trail located 14 miles north of Houston and 1 mile west of Natchez Trace Parkway)
With 12 miles of smooth trails through pine and mixed hardwood forest, looping around a couple of lakes, this is one of the more leisurely Mississippi ATV parks. Set in the Tombigbee National Forest, it’s rated easy to moderate, but the outstanding scenic views make it a noteworthy experience for all ATV trail riding skill levels. Mostly hardpacked trails, and you can also expect some mud bogs.
Meridian OHV Park
Location: 2397 Lakeview Golf Course Road, Meridian, MS
This large off-road park offers 25 miles of marked trails weaving through 800 acres of wilderness that includes a large variety of terrain ranging from tight and sandy to rough and rocky. The most intermediate-rated trails offer ATV and UTV riders adventure diversity with some hardpack, some mud, some sand, along with some jumps and hill climbs. Several rivers and waterways make for entertaining stream crossings. Reasonable fee memberships can be obtained on the website.
Mudslanger’s Off-Road Trails
Location: 1240 Tomcat Road, Woodland, MS
Nestled in the Kilgore Hills, this relatively new off-road park offers 20 miles of generally well-maintained trails weaving through 731 acres of wilderness. Mississippi ATV riders will find plenty of rolling hills to climb, mudding trails, sandpits, and water crossings among the off-road trails. The ATV and UTV trails are primarily rated intermediate and good for beginning riders, with a challenging few better-suited to experts. The area was developed from what used to be a hunting camp and sports a duck pond.
Red Creek Off-Road Park
Location: 191 Vestry Road, Perkinston, MS
With over 20 miles of trails on more than 500 acres, this area provides plenty of trails to run, from sandy roads to muddy bottoms, across creeks and sandbars, and with lots of opportunities to enjoy the Mississippi mud. In previous years, this has been the home of a premier mudding event, the Mud Bug Bash, so plan to get dirty. (See South Mississippi Off-Road and RV Park below.)
Rocks Bottom Off-Road Park
Location: 6048 Langs Mill Road, Forest, MS
When in Mississippi, ATV adventures abound in this 670-acre ATV park with its 30 miles of trails winding through swamplands, hills and ponds, sandbars and creeks, with plenty of water crossings. And mud. Lots of mud, so plan on a fun ride getting down and dirty as you roar across the tundra avoiding, or tackling, obstacles. Fairly moderate in terms of difficulty.
South Mississippi Off-Road and RV Park aka Muddy Joe’s Off-Road
Location: 27550 V Bar Road 326, Perkinston, MS
This area has expanded to seven trails since the days it was known as Muddy Joe’s. Those trails weave through the 377-acre wilderness area. 4-wheeler riders will find many trails that are sand, and some trails can be very muddy and challenging, with several deep mud bogs and water crossings scattered throughout the area. Very family-friendly to accommodate even the non-riders in the family, the park includes a wide range of activities including a swimming pool, fishing lake, swing rope, waterslide, volleyball, horseshoes, corn hole, and more. (See Red Creek Off-Road Park above.)
Warfield Point ATV Trails
Location: 296 Warfield Point Road, Greenville, MS
If 4-wheeler riding on the banks of the Mississippi appeals to you, you’ll want to check out the eight miles of ATV trails offered here, situated on eighty beautiful acres between the levee and the Mississippi River. Well-maintained, these trails were created on the natural ridges of the Mississippi River, and include multiple mud runs. Rated primarily for intermediate and beginning ATV riders, with few areas to challenge experts. Known for offering viewing of a wide variety of birds and other wildlife.