Wayne National Forest

Ohio off-road trails don’t get any better than the over 300 miles of multi-use trails, including at least 145 miles of ATV and UTV trail riding trails, you’ll find in the Appalachian foothills within the quarter of a million acres of Wayne National Forest in southeastern Ohio.

Here you’ll find four different trail systems, all of them offering adventures for ATV riders and all of them with breathtaking views:

Monday Creek OHV Trail System provides 8 different trails that encompass 75-miles of designated ATV riding. The trails are primarily smooth and fast hardpack, with occasional berms along with some loose dirt, mud, rocks, steep hills, water crossings and a few small and large jumps.

Hanging Rock OHV Trail System boasts 26 miles of dirt trails that wind through an area that hosted strip-mining in the 1960’s and 70’s. Much of the upland area was badly scarred, and provides riding challenges with its steep slopes. In many spots, dirt paths and ponds combine for a fun, muddy experience. Side note: 51 ponds here are stocked for fishing.

Pine Creek OHV Trail System has three trailheads with around 20 miles of rolling, challenging trails through scenic forest.

Superior OHV Trail System offers over 17 miles of exciting trails that are perfect for ATV trail riding. The system also has two connector trails to the Pine Creek OHV Trail System for continuous riding opportunities plus additional trailhead access points.

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