Best ATV in Florida

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1

Florida, Flagler County

00 :07 hrs
1.1 mi
- ft
Unknown

Boggin Bunnell Offroad Park is a privately owned offroad park that offers over 500 acres of mud pits and riding. There is a $15 per person fee. Plenty of parking is available as well as camping in some areas. See the website for schedule.

2

Florida, Lake County

01 :40 hrs
16.9 mi
25.187 ft
Unknown

Wandering Wiregrass OHV Trail is a short loop trail that is for slow-moving ATVs and motorcycles that are less than 50 inches wide. It is easy to ride but is mixed with stretches of road where licensed vehicles are allowed.

3

Florida, Charlotte County

00 :08 hrs
1.4 mi
0.8739996 ft
Unknown

The 74 Family Fun Motocross Park offers three different tracks that have a variety of skill levels as well as wooded trails and a large mud pit. There is also a freshwater pond where catch and release fishing is permitted. They are open Wednesday/Thursday from 11am-6pm and weekends from 9am-6pm.

4

Florida, Hernando County

00 :03 hrs
0.6 mi
5.5200005 ft
Unknown

Croom Motorcycle Area is a popular place for locals and has sandy ATV trails and single-track trails. A peewee track for beginners is located in the day-use area. A Florida division of forestry OHV permit is required. And a spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

5

Florida, Putnam County

01 :51 hrs
18.8 mi
30.897 ft
Unknown

Beginning at the Rodman Trailhead, the Longleaf Trail is part of the Ocala OHV Trail System located in the Ocala National Forest. It is the biggest loop and passes by 2 other trailheads and intersects with the Delancy Loops and Motorcycle Loop.

6

Florida, Madison County

00 :20 hrs
3.3 mi
3.8430004 ft
Unknown

Jellystone Park Campground is a privately owned park with about 90 acres of easy ATV trails. The terrain is mostly flat and sandy with fun turns. Camping is available as well as fishing, swimming, and other activities. Trails are open daily from 8 am to dark.

7

Florida, Polk County

00 :11 hrs
1.9 mi
2.7989998 ft
Unknown

Bone Valley ATV Park has 15 miles of designated one-way trails, some open play areas, hill climbs, and a training area. Most of the trails are short loops with trails for both beginners and experienced riders. The park has restrooms, a concession, and grassy picnic areas. The park is open during daylight hours.

8

Florida, Leon County

00 :48 hrs
8.1 mi
12.775002 ft
Unknown

Silver Lake Trailhead offers ATV access with space for long trailers. Camping is not allowed but there is a nice day-use area with shady picnic tables. The trails are open year-round as long as the weather is good so call before you haul. The maximum vehicle width is 50 inches.

9

Florida, Marion County

03 :35 hrs
36.6 mi
30.181 ft
Unknown

The Delancey Trailhead is part of the Ocala OHV North Trail System. There are several interconnecting loops that offer challenging twists and turns for riding. The terrain is mostly sandy and flat. A permit is required and is available at the trailhead. Camping is also available and offers direct trail access.

10

Florida, Putnam County

00 :03 hrs
0.5 mi
1.1709995 ft
Unknown

Hog Waller Mud Bog and ATV Park is a privately owned park that has about 50 miles of trails as well as a large mud bog. They are open on select weekends for specific vehicles. (ATV/UTVs have their own weekend and trucks have their own). Concession stands and large parking is available. Camping is also permitted. Motorcycles and three-wheelers are not allowed.

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