Jacksboro, Tennessee ATV Trails

Jacksboro, Tennessee ATV Trails
An All Terrain Vehicle, commonly known as an ATV, is a three- or four-wheeled motorized vehicle that is popularly used for recreational trail riding, tourism and camping. There are dedicated ATV trails throughout America, and there are many trails in Tennessee. Though there are no ATV trails that begin in Jacksboro, there are hundreds of miles of ATV trails that originate near Jacksboro, some of which even run through the city.

Royal Blue Wildlife Management Area

ATV trails located in the Royal Blue Wildlife Management Area begin in the town of Pioneer, only 20 minutes away from Jacksboro. This state-owned area has 430 miles of trails for riders of all skill levels and features both flat and mountainous terrain. Camping sites are located throughout the area.

Royal Blue Wildlife Management Area
609 Titus Hollow Road
Pioneer, TN 37847

Brimstone Recreation

Brimstone trails are located in Huntsville, which is a 40-minute drive from Jacksboro. It has over 70 trails covering over 300 miles and 19,000 acres. Come for a day of fun or an entire vacation. Brimstone Recreation also offers numerous types of accommodations for guests on or near the property, from campgrounds and cabins to houses and hotels. According to brimstonerecreation.com, Brimstone clearly marks its trails as easy, moderate, and difficult for riders of various experience levels. These trails are open all day, 365 days a year.

Brimstone Recreation
2860 Baker Highway
Huntsville, TN 37756

Coal Creek Off Highway Vehicle Area

Coal Creek trails begin in Oliver Springs, which is 45 minutes from Jacksboro. Trails are in numerous types of terrain such as paved, gravel, clay, and mountainous. Located on 72,000 acres, there are over 160 miles of trails of various difficulties: easy, moderate, and difficult, though most are of moderate difficulty. Different trails allow different types of vehicles to ride on them, some are even solely dedicated to ATVs and motorcycles. According to coalcreekohv.com, Coal Creek requires every rider to purchase a permit, which can be purchased daily for $17 or yearly for $88.

Coal Creek OHVA
555 Windrock Park Lane
Oliver Springs, TN 37840

Article Written By Marjorie Hallenbeck-Huber

Marjorie Hallenbeck-Huber holds a master's degree in language and literature from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and bachelor's degrees in English and international affairs from the George Washington University. For the past two years she has been an assistant editor at a book publishing company that specializes in history, military studies, and international publications. There she edited and wrote copy.

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