Alabama Off Road Trails

Alabama Off Road Trails
Alabama ATV trails come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are just learning to ride or looking for a challenge, you can find the right trail system. Most offer options for both types of all-terrain vehicle riders. From scenic bypasses to muddy pits, the trails are sure to thrill.

Flint Creek Multi-use Trail

Flint Creek Multi-use Trail located in Moulton, Alabama, lets riders explore 16 miles of smooth and fast trails. Winding through the hills of Bankhead National Forest, these trails are suitable for all skill levels. Loop A is 11 miles and Loop B just five miles. Small jumps, dust and rocks litter B while A rolls along a scenic river. Flint Creek Multi-use Trail is open all year round. Riders must abide by state law and wear helmets.

Bankhead Ranger District
P.O. Box 278
Double Springs, AL 35553


Kentuck ORV Trail

Kentuck ORV Trail goes through Alabama's Talladega National Forest. With 25 miles of trails, the terrain is everything from gentle inclines and declines to winding tree areas. In order to be friendly to the environment, the river crossings all have bridges as not to erode away the shores. One warning: Despite the fact the trails are loops, they are not one way, so oncoming traffic can be a problem. Complete with areas to load your ATVs, with camping allowed at the trailheads, the area is closed from Jan. 1 through March 31.

Talladega Ranger District
1001 North St. (Hwy 21 North)
Talladega, AL 35160

Doc Hilt Trails

A relatively new trail area in Alabama, Doc Hilt Trails opened in the summer of 2009. With miles of trails and campsites overlooking the Talladega Mountains, these trails are close to many cities. Ninety miles from Atlanta, Birmingham, Columbus and Montgomery, the area offers challenges for the experienced ATV rider as well as options for beginners and plenty of mud for all.

Doc Hilt Trails
317 Good Hope Road
Lineville, AL 36266

Ridge ATV and Dirt Bike Park

For those seeking a challenge, Ridge ATV and Dirt Bike Park brings the difficulty. Riders travel through rock formations offering terrain challenges with long stretches of rock-only trails. Farther on the path, thrill seekers can take on extremely steep hills and keep on pushing. All trails are one way and there are more than 30 miles of them. On-site camping is available.

Ridge ATV and Dirt Bike Park
8745 Pine Mountain Road
Springville, AL 35146


Article Written By Pharaba Witt

Pharaba Witt has worked as a writer in Los Angeles for over eight years. She has written for various websites and major film studios. She has an extensive medical background, having worked in a hospital. When not traveling she enjoys outdoor activities such as backpacking, snowboarding, ice climbing and scuba diving. She is constantly researching equipment and seeking new challenges.

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