4 Best Off-Road Parks in Tennessee
The entire state of Tennessee is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. With so much wilderness, it’s easy to find places to hike, fish, rock climb, zipline, canoe, or just relax and be at one with nature. And if you’re an off-road enthusiast, you can choose from dozens of off-road parks at which to spend the weekend exploring hundreds of miles of trail perfect for you and your vehicle. Check out our list of the four best off-road parks in Tennessee, and get planning your next weekend away!
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Wooly’s Off Road Club
Wooly’s Off Road
Photo: Wooly’s Off Road, FacebookHours of Operation: Saturday and Sunday, 8 am – 6:30 pm
Location: 2003 Mooresville Road, Lynnville, TN 38472
Cost of Admission: $15 per person per day; $30 per trail vehicle per day; children under 10 free
Types of Vehicles Allowed: All off-road vehicles
Located close to I-65 a little over 50 miles south of Nashville, Wooly’s Off Road Club is home to numerous off-road trails with features like rock ledges, mud holes, gullies, steep hills, and rocky ditches. When you purchase a pass for two consecutive days, camping is included.
Golden Mountain Park
Hours of Operation: 6 pm Fridays – 6 pm Sundays
Location: 6338 Golden Mountain Road, Sparta, TN 38583
Cost of Admission: $25 per vehicle for one day; $15 for each additional day; $10 per day per rider
Types of Vehicles Allowed: Motorcycles, ATVs, OHVs, ORVs, Jeeps, trucks, UTVs, stock vehicles
Golden Mountain Park offers more than 45 tails across 500 acres of land, and is known for some of the toughest off-road trails in the southeast. You can make a weekend of it by staying in one of the park’s pavilions, campsites, RV hookups, or the bunkhouse for an additional fee.
Adventure Off Road Park
Hours of Operation: Friday 12 am – 12 pm; Saturday 9 am – 12 pm; Sunday 9 am – 8 pm
Location: 1040 Ellis Cove Road, South Pittsburg, TN 37380
Cost of Admission: $25 per driver and $5 per passenger per day; $20 per day for ATVs (single rider only)
Types of Vehicles Allowed: SUVs, trucks, buggies, side-by-sides, ATVs
Adventure Off Road Park features over 120 trails spanning 500 acres of land, and a wide variety of difficult for beginners and more experienced riders. There’s also plenty of space for camping, with amenities like bathrooms, showers, RV hookups, and a pavilion.
Hours of Operation: Open 365 days a year
Location: 912 Windrock Road, Oliver Springs, TN 37840
Cost of Admission: $17 per day for adults; $8 per day for children; multi-day passes available
Types of Vehicles Allowed: ATVs, side-by-sides, dirt bikes, mountain bikes, Jeeps, 4x4s, buggies, trucks, mountain bikes, rock crawlers, rail buggies
Windrock Park consists of a whopping 72,000 acres of land that includes more than 300 miles of trails. Additional activities include hiking, camping, windmill viewing, and a shooting range. Special events are held throughout the year.
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