Off Road Places

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Superlift Off-Road Vehicle Park at Hot Springs, AR

Off-roading in Hot Springs began in the late 1970’s with people ‘wheeling on a multitude of timber company logging roads, and utility company right-of-ways. Over the years this “unofficial trail system” grew into an impressive array of trails. It was great while it lasted… in 1999 the landowners closed access to the area and put the property up for sale.

In 2001, a group of off-road businessmen, enthusiasts and conservationists purchased the acreage with the intent of developing the nation’s premiere
off-roading destination, while preserving the land’s natural beauty.

The Park includes the majority of the original trail system, and new trails and obstacles with varying degrees of difficulty are continuously being built on every terrain type imaginable — hill climbs (both “finesse” and “horsepower required” types), mud pits, rock gardens, water crossings, you name it. All trails are mapped and posted with difficulty ratings for the various vehicle types, so you always know your location, and what to expect terrain-wise.


Barnwell Mountain Gilmire Texas

Home of Texas Rovers SCARR 200?-2009

Barnwell Mountain is property of the Texas Motorized Trails Coalition(TMTC). It is located in East Texas six miles North East of Gilmer, Texas on Hwy 155 (Entrance is N32*48.04′ / W94*52.55′) . The area is 1800 acres and has approximately 200 miles of off-road trails, the majority of which are suitable for 4x4s. Texas Rovers sponsors and maintains Camp Mabey. As well as “Greenlane Trail”

Brazos Valley Off-Road Ranch (BVORR)

Brazos Valley Off-Road Ranch (BVORR) is approximately 200 acres located in Bryan/College Station, Texas. The park is currently open to the general public in conjuction with the scheduled meetings of the Bryan College Station chapter of the TX4WD Organization at 2:00 pm on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. The park is also open for pre scheduled events organized by recognized clubs.

For general questions about park operations please contact Steve Opersteny,, or #979-846-1592 between the hours of 7pm and 9pm.

6250 Hwy 47

Bryan, TX 77801

GPS (30.613299,-96.419815)

General Sam’s Off Road Wilderness Park

General Sams is 705 Acres off road park near Huntsville, Tx with 40+ miles of trails! There are trails for what ever type of vehicle you bring! General Sam’s has RV spots with electric and water. Camping sites w/o water and electric are still available for both tent & rv camping. If you like, bring your generator along. They open their gates Friday at 3 pm and close Sunday at

Shiloh Ridge ORV Park

Located in East Texas, Near Rusk Tx. Take Hwy 69 South about 9 miles South of Rusk turn right on County Road 2416 ( there is a white van with a black arrow marking this turn.) from there follow the signs

ATV and Trucks are allowed, not sure of the size, doesn’t appears to have a lot of trails, just primarily a mud boggers heaven.

Trees’ Ranch Off Road Park

2006 marks the 5th year of operation for Trees’ Ranch Off Road Park, while Trees remains as a primary exotic hunting destination this 5500 acre off road oasis is nestled in the rugged terrain of the Texas hill country. We offer monthly scheduled runs allowing off road enthusiast to experience some the most challenging and scenic property Texas has to offer. This collaborative effort between the Trees family and a group of dedicated off roaders in search of a family oriented wheeling venue has produced a ever growing wheeling destination. Trees has something to offer all levels of four wheel enthusiast from it’s mild dry creek bed trails to the super extreme obstacle known as LUCIFER, you won’t be disappointed


Get ready for some ridin’ and walkin’! Recently, the City of Bridgeport, with the help of several local enthusiasts groups, began converting over 300 acres of land into an ATV park and hiking trail system. They began creating the ATV trails on Saturday, August 11 2007 When the project is complete, there will be an area for motorized vehicles such as motorcycles and four-wheelers, an area for non-motorized vehicles such as mountain bikes, and a hiking trail system for nature enthusiasts, as well as camping.

Northwest Park is located north of town off of SH 101.

Hidden Falls Adventure Park

Home of Texas Rovers SCARR 2010

Hidden Falls Adventure Park (formally Boulder Creek) Farms offers off road trails for stock to modified off road vehicles including Jeeps, Broncos, Blazers and trucks. The ranch offers gentle to extreme trails (level 1-5)We are open weekends and limited Thursday – Sundays for rally events.

Spring Creek Off Road

located about 30 minutes north of Houston Texas, adjacent to (Old Town) Spring, Texas. Spring Creek Off Road offers some of the finest Off Road action in the Lone Star State! In addition to the miles of challenging trails, we host some of the most spectacular off road events available. We are committed to preserving the natural beauty of our woodland trails and keeping Spring Creek Park a clean & beautiful and safe place to ride for the entire family!

Rock Creek Off Road Park

We are convientley located 50 minutes west of Fort Worth.

The 300 acre park offers a variety of trails and obstacles from easy to very difficult. Climb over natural hills and boulders, man made rock pits, or take it easy on the scenic trails. Don’t be afraid to bring your stock vehicle or your trailered buggy we will have somewhere for you to play.

The park is brand new and new trails are being cut daily. So don’t be afraid to venture off the beaten path to hit that new undiscovered obstacle.

We offer parking areas for camper trailers (no water or electricity available yet) or bring a tent for primitive camping.

There are also many hotel options located 20 minutes away in nearby Granbury, Stephenville, and Weatherford.

Open EVERY Friday through Sunday!!

We are updating accessible information just as fast as we can and a web site is on the way!!!

For any questions don’t hesitate to call 254-646-2422.

Sorry no atvs or dirt bikes.

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