ATV on the Trail in Tennessee

Top 3 ATV Riding Adventure Destinations In Tennessee

Riding off road on an ATV is exhilarating. You get to see different sites, challenge your riding skills, get covered in dust and mud, and even bond with your family and friends.

With years of adventuring with an ATV, I’ve concluded that these 3 of the best destinations within Tennessee so far. Whether you own an ATV or your looking into renting one out, be sure to visit these places for a fun and exciting ride.

Wooly’s Off Road Club

Open on Saturdays and Sundays, this is a perfect destination when you just want to get away and ride on the weekend after a hard week of working. Wooly’s Off Road has loads of trails to choose from. Whether you prefer trails with rocky ditches, steep hills, rock ledges, gullies or mud holes, you’ll find the perfect trail for you.

Admission is at $15 per day and passengers under 10 ride for free. Camping is also included if you purchase a pass for two consecutive days.

Location: 2003 Mooresville Road, Lynnville, TN 38472

Adventure Off Road Park

With 500 acres of land, Adventure Off Road Park offers over 120 trails in various difficulties. It’s a place that both beginner and more experienced riders can enjoy. You can also bring your whole family even if their not into ATV riding because they can also enjoy camping there.

As a single rider, you will be charged $20 per day

Location: 1040 Ellis Cove Road, South Pittsburg, TN 37380

Ride Royal Blue Resort

In eastern Tennessee, 600 miles are solely dedicated to trails in the 200,000 acre Ride Royal Blue Resort. They even have ATV-only arteries in the eastern part of the resort. These trails are laden with lots of magnificent natural views like waterfalls, mountainsides and streams.

If you’re like me who rides often, you’ll love the annual pass that Ride Royal Blue Resort offers. They also offer day passes that cost $18 per day for Tennessee residents and $40 for out of state visitors.

Location: 6307 Stinking Creek Rd, Pioneer, TN 37847

There you have it, those are my top three. Before you go and head for your next adventure, we highly advice you to read up on our post on ATV Safety During Hunting Season so you can prepare better.

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About the Author

Fred Willett

Fred Willett, an off road junky from Memphis who, from the best of his recollection, was born on back of an ATV riding the trail north of Hotsprings, Arkansas. In addition for writing for a couple other ATV blogs including this one, Fred spends whatever money & time visiting Offroad hotspots throughout North America.

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