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3 Best Off-Road Parks in Virginia

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There are many off-road trails in the great state of Virginia, but fully-fledged parks are few and far between. For your convenience, we’ve put together a list of the three best off-road parks in Virginia, which offer unique obstacles and experiences you won’t find anywhere else.

Big Boys Playground

Hours of Operation: Open all year round.

Location: 5347 N. Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22802

Cost of Admission: $10 for entry; $20 per rider; free parking.

Types of Vehicles Allowed: All vehicles allowed.

The Big Boys Playground is where the boys go to become men. It features a 150-foot long mud hole that few can cross, and a “Hell Hole” that even fewer have successfully tackled. In fact, the owner is offering $100 to the first truck that can cross it under its own power. There are also rock courses and numerous other trails to enjoy on the Playground.

Big Boys Playground | Halstead Motorsports | Moto Cove

Halstead Motorsports

Hours of Operation: 12 pm to 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Location: 3290 Coles Creek Road, Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Cost of Admission: $20 per rider; $575 for annual membership + $50 for each additional person.

Types of Vehicles Allowed: Motorcycles only; ATVs permitted on Sundays.

Located within five miles of State Route 40, Halstead Motorsports is the best place to go in Virginia for enthusiasts seeking to get the most of their dirt bikes and quads. It features two miles of trail with up to 20 feet of elevation and numerous small and large jumps, loose dirt, and challenges for novice, amateur, and expert riders alike.

Big Boys Playground | Halstead Motorsports | Moto Cove

Moto Cove

Hours of Operation: Open all year except during hunting season in the fall.

Location: 980 Cove Road, Gore, VA 22637

Cost of Admission: $25 per rider

Types of Vehicles Allowed: All vehicles allowed except dune buggies.

The Moto Cove is a family-friendly off-road park near Gore, VA, which offers around 38 miles of marked and rated one-way trails forming four separate loops. Loose chunk rocks, deep mud puddles, steep hill climbs, boulders, and even deep trenches are just some of the obstacles that riders face at the Moto Cove. The park also features a full service campground with RV hookups, a swimming beach, a boat ramp, picnic shelters, and cabins.

Big Boys Playground | Halstead Motorsports | Moto Cove