Texas ATV Trail Guide
We’ve only highlighted a very few popular Texas OHV areas, but there are many other great places throughout the state for ATV and UTV trail riding adventures that could easily have made our list. When it comes to ATV adventures and 4-wheeler trails, the Lone Star State has a lot to offer in the way of deep mud, dirt roads, dunes, forested trails and more. 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.
Alligator Run Off-Road Park
Location: County Road 2211, Tatum, TX
The largest of the off-road parks in Texas, Alligator offers ATV riders and UTV riders a multitude of trails weaving through 5,200 acres of wilderness. 4-wheeler riders of all skill levels can enjoy a huge variety of terrain types along with dune climbs, running creeks, mud bogs, scenic trails, drag runs, and even an obstacle course. Muddin’ good fun, open Friday through Sunday.
Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area
Location: 6284 TX-155, Gilmer, TX
This 1,850-acre off-road utopia located in the high Barnwell Mountains boasts an extensive, challenging 50-mile off-road trail system with something for everyone in the family. It includes a 16-mile adventure loop through highland woods that’s ideal for less seasoned ATV riders, and all trails feature unobtrusive trail markings that ensure the feel of immersion with nature is not disturbed. Open Thursday through Sunday.
Brushy Creek Motor Farm
Location: 5685 FM 1565, Royse City, TX
With 10 miles of trails on 100 acres of wilderness terrain, Brushy Creek offers something for every level of ATV and UTV trail riding experience. Very beginner friendly, most of the trails are hardpacked with several creek bottoms running through along with several deep mud holes. When the weather cooperates (or doesn’t), expect to get dirty.
Childress ATV and Motorsport
Location: 7287 US Highway 287, Childress, TX
One of the best-known ATV parks in Texas, this is a 600-acre tract with around 16 miles of scenic, ATV-rider-friendly trails, plus a large pit for jumping and climbing. The park has three different classifications of trails for all levels of off-roading skills. The easy trail is just over 5 miles long, mostly straight with slight hills, the moderate trail is 13.5 miles long with some twists and turns, and the difficult trail is intended for experienced ATV and UTV riders. Located outside of the Lake McClellan Campground in the Cibola National Forest and Grasslands area, it’s open Thursday through Sunday.
Hidden Falls Adventure Park
Location: 7030 East FM 1431, Marble Falls, TX
A 3,000-acre off-road adventure park, Hidden Falls is the largest ranch in the U.S., offering breathtaking vistas, scenic country views and over 240 miles of trails to accommodate 4-wheeler riding from rookies to seasoned ATV’ers. Wildcat Mountain, looming over much of the park, offers amazing views, and the steep ledges and granite outcroppings make this an ATV-riding paradise.
Mudbuddy’s ATV Park
Location: 5541 Co Rd 450, Hallettsville, TX
Aptly named, this Texas OHV area offers ATV riders the chance to bask (or flounder) in over 500 acres of mud and sand, while braving the jumps, whirling around in the deep ATV bowls and challenging the creek crossings and deep mud bogs. Situated on the Lavaca River, these trails are well-maintained and safe for all ATV and UTV riding experience levels, plus there is a kids-only area for the little ones.
Northwest OHV Park/ Endeavor Bridgeport Adventure Park
Location: 279 George Mitchell Pkwy, Bridgeport, TX
Considered one of the best Texas off-roading parks since it opened in 2009, this area began with 300 acres crisscrossed with 25 miles of marked trails of varying degrees of difficulty. With a rebrand in 2018, it became the Endeavor Bridgeport Adventure Park. At that point the OHV park expanded to 900 acres. An old rock quarry that‘s been converted to an off-road park, the area offers ATV trails through scenic areas with scattered wildflowers, and over challenging terrain that includes big piney woods, spacious prairie land, scenic hill country, flowing water—and mud. Lots of it.
Sabine ATV Park
Location: 7505 TX-63, Burkeville, TX
Located along the Sabine River on the Texas-Louisiana border, these Texas ATV and UTV trails weave through 3,000 acres of wilderness. The area includes lots of trails on the muddy side, along with deep-water crossings, shallow creek runs, full-on mud bogs, and a sandbar area ideal for taking a break. Riders of all ages and skill levels will enjoy the well-maintained trails found in this relatively undeveloped area
Sam Houston National Forest
Location: 394 FM 1375 West, New Waverly, TX
This forest encompasses 163,087 acres and offers 85 miles of multi-use backwoods trails near Lake Conroe with hardpack, sand, mud, and several creek crossings. With an elevation ranging from 200 to 350 feet, the area has some steep hills, shades, berms, and roads pretty much ideal for intermediate riders, along with several areas that are great for novice ATV riders.
Trophy Club Park
Location: 2885 Trophy Park Dr., Trophy Club, TX
Spanning 877 acres of trails, woodlands, rivers, and beaches around neighboring Grapevine Lake, Trophy Club Park provides seven miles of scenic woodland loops and trails designed to be enjoyed by ATV riders of any skill level. Included are a .75-mile long natural terrain track and a .25-mile track for peewee riders.