Southeast 4x4 Trails, Maps & GPS Coordinates - Where To Go 4-Wheeling
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A topo map showing the areas open to 4x4 off-road vehicles in Alaska's Steese National Conservation Area.
In the SW part of Ocala National Forest near the junction of Forest Routes 573 and 588, this area around Big Scrub Campground is where you can ride on deep sandy roads and through the sand pine scrub. There are many unnumbered roads and trails that zigzag throughout the forest. Directions and contact info provided.
Located about 15 miles northeast of Jamestown, TN, Blackhouse Mountain consists of about 100 miles of trail with various obstacles. There's great riding for all skill levels - straight and smooth dirt roads, as well as rougher routes. Directions and state park info here.
This is a relatively short trail whose main obstacle is a monstrous hill. Here are directions and a trip report.
A 135-mile gravel road straight through the wild heart of Alaska that holds many surprises.
Located in Mt. Olive, Alabama just north of Birmingham, Gray Rock ORV is privately owned property. It spreads out over roughly 2100 acres of hills, rocky gorges and woodland.
Here are two great maps for the horsepasture trails in the Carolinas.
Located in the NW part of the state, this trail is situated in the heart of the forest and consists of four loop trails, each converging into the other. Here are detailed directions, contact info, and some trip reports.
The Ocala National Forest offers many challenging and enjoyable locations for off-road vehicle use. Here's contact info and directions.
Located near the Tennessee/North Carolina border, here's a brief description of 11 trails from the easiest to the most difficult trails in the Tellico Plains area. Plus a color map showing them all in relation to one another.
Located just off Highway 20 in Clarksville, Florida, this park features entertainment for the whole family, including: Side by Side Sand Drags for ATV's, Open Class, Street Modified and Street Legal trucks, Side by Side Mud Drags, Deep Mud Bog Hole, Kid Foot Races, Bicycle Races for the kids and much more.
Some areas in the White Mountains National Recreation Area are open to the use of motorized vehicles. In general, motor vehicles weighing less than 1,500 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight and a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of less than 1,500 lbs. can be operated on lands along the southern and western boundaries. Here's a map.