Oklahoma ATV Trail Guide
We’ve only highlighted a very few popular off-road trails in Oklahoma, but there are many other wonderful ATV parks and areas throughout the state for all your ATV and UTV trail riding adventures. When it comes to ATV trail riding, Oklahoma geography and diverse variety of landscapes makes it a paradise for ATV riders. Here at Treadworld, we have the ATV tires you need for wherever your exploits 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.
Location: an island at the southern shore of Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees. Oklahoma State Highway 28 over the Pensacola Dam is the only road into and out of Disney.
Nearly the entire island of Disney (no relation to Mickey and Minnie) is dedicated to ATV trail riding and UTV trail riding. 4-wheeler riders will find off-roading and rock crawling unmatched anywhere else in the state…or in the nation. The area includes 5 square miles of trails and diverse terrain with multiple natural rock formations below the spillways, and trails in the neighboring hills. The Big Meat Run is held here each year in March, an event which has been known to bring in more than 20.000 riders.
Camp Gruber ORV Park
Location: Tyler Road, Muskogee OK
This area provides 466 wilderness acres crossed by a mix of trails suitable for all ATV riding skill levels. Terrain is diverse and includes miles of tight wooded trails, challenging rocky sections, steep hill climbs, mud bogs, water crossings and a few small jumps. It’s mostly hard pack, with some sand and gravel pits. It’s open year-round for 4-wheeler riding, except during scheduled special events.
Eagles Roost ATV Park
Location: 43393 Scissortail Rd, Lone Wolf, OK
Located within Oklahoma’s Quartz Mountain State Park, this area includes dunes and scrub brush, lake shore, wooded areas and challenging hills that are suitable for beginning and intermediate ATV riders, with little to challenge experts. Primarily sand. The Eagle Roost Nature Trail is a 2.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Jet, Oklahoma that features a lake and is good for all skill levels.
Lake Murray State Park
Location: 40 Sumac Road, Ardmore, OK
Oklahoma’s largest state park, Lake Murray State Park has 12,500 acres of forested rolling hills surrounding Lake Murray that includes around 10 miles of 4-wheeler trails weaving through around 1,000 acres of the park. The ATV trails and UTV trails range from fairly straight-forward and flat to moderately difficult with some steeper hills, and some rocks and bluffs. Terrain is mostly hard pack with some sandy stretches, with a few muddling trails and water crossings, and a few small jumps.
Little Sahara State Park
Location: 101 Main St, Waynoka, OK
This area has been a big draw for those who want to go off-roading in Oklahoma with its 1,650 acres of riding area and rolling, shifting, active sand dunes ranging from 25 to 75 feet in elevation formed by thousands of years of blowing sand. Some sandy ATV riding trails through yucca and cottonwood trees, many steep hills, many small jumps, and a few large jumps make this area appropriate for all ATV riding skill levels.
Pine Mountain Trails
Location: Webb Trail, Rattan, OK
This popular area is one of the privately owned ATV parks in Oklahoma and consists of over 1700 acres crisscrossed by more than 60 miles of trails. Riders of every skill level will enjoy smooth and rough, and marked, ATV and UTV riding through wooded trails dotted with mature trees, rock formations and creeks in the majestic Kiamichi Mountains. You can ride through creeks and muddy areas for some dirty fun or stick to gravel pits and stay dry.
Ouachita National Forest
Location: Hot Springs, AR (The Ouachita National Forest covers 1.8 million acres in central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma)
Oklahoma’s portion of the Ouachita National Forest has over 363,000 acres (of the 1.8 million acre total) of wilderness with small pine groves to thick dense forest areas. Dozens of ATV and UTV riding trails weave through the landscape that includes whoops, hard pack, and and a wide variety of terrain. Two of the most popular ATV trails in the area are the historic 40-mile Kiamichi Trail (known as the K-trail, formerly 80 miles before 40 miles were privatized) renowned for mud bogs and rock crawling strenuous enough to hold your attention, and the 23-mile Old Military Road trail built in 1832.
Red River ATV Park
Location: 477 OK-78, Hendrix, OK
Website: https://www.redriveratv.com/Appalachia Bay ORV Area
This area offers more than 400 acres of riding area and is known for having more than its share of mud for some down and dirty fun regardless of the weather. The mud varies from shallow mud sections that are easy to navigate to deeper challenging mud bogs and deep water crossings. To stay dry and clean, stick to the mostly flat and sandy terrain and hills. It’s open all year-round on the weekends.
Robbers Cave State Park
Location: 4628 NW 1027th Ave, Wilburton, OK
Once a former hideout for outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr, hence the name, Robbers Cave State Park is an 8,246-acre park with 189 combined lake acres with Lake Carlton, Lake Wayne Wallace and Coon Creek. Noted for its steep, mostly rocky and rugged terrain with light to moderate elevation changes, this state park serves up 250 acres of pretty much undisturbed, natural landscape trails for riding. Expect some steep hill climbs and some scenic wooded areas.