Complete listings for all Alabama Dirt Bike Rides in Ride Guide
Bankhead ORV Trail
Fort Payne, AL
Ride Distance: 16-miles
The Bankhead Trail system is fast and fun OHV trail system that is shared by both OHV and Mountain Bike enthusiasts. There are blind corners, sand is the hard packed but there are rocks in places, bermed corners with lots of straightaways and is contoured.
Doc Hilt Trails
Ride Distance: 22 miles
The Doc Hilt Trails area is located about 90-miles outside of Atlanta, Birmingham and Montgomery so it is an excellent destination for OHV enthusiasts in Alabama.
Gray Rock ORV
Mount Olive, AL
Ride Distance: 1 + mile
The Gray Rock ORV Park is on private property and therefore only open during events, you need to call ahead of time to see if there is an event be held or if it is going to hold open riding.
Kentuck ORV Trail System
Ride Distance: 25 + miles
The Kentuck ORV Trail System in the Talladega National Forest has nice wide paths to ride on through the woods and is great for beginners but also fun for the more experienced and you are allowed to go a bit faster and there are a few juumps along the trails. The trail's easy sections have gentle grades, sweeping turns, and a fairly smooth surface.
Ride Distance: 10 miles
Minooka Park is a fee-based OHV trail system and outdoor recreational area open to the general public. This is a popular location for families in Alabama to ride off-road together.
Ride Distance: 11 miles
Pine Torch is located in the Black Warrior Wildlife Management Area and is a single track that is 11 miles long.
Rolling Meadows ATV Park
Roanoke , AL
Ride Distance: 2 + miles
Rolling Meadows is a locally owned ATV park catering to one and all who want to have some great outdoor fun. They allow ATVs, UTVs, side-by-sides, and off road dirt bikes.
Southern Ridge ATV Trails
Ride Distance: 5 + miles
The Southern Ridge ATV Trails system is more than just trails. They feature full camping hookups as well as detailed, well marked trail systems that the entire family can enjoy.
Talladega National Forest
Ride Distance: 23 miles
If you want to learn how to ride the Talladega National Forest loops are the way to go. They help you to learn how to to handle tight corners, obstacles, rough terrain, berms, and grades. If you already know how to ride though, don't write this area off. Loop 3 has a tougher area to ride on with more of everything including embankments.
The Ridge OHV Park
Ride Distance: 40 miles
The Ridge is an OHV park that features over 40 miles of OHV and Single Track trails, a new Trials Course plus an additional four Motocross Tracks. This is an off-road riders paradise.
Ride Distance: 2,800 Acres
It is challenging off-road trails for bikes and quads that wind through thousands of acres at the foot of Alabama’s highest point on the old Coosa River/Brecon Annex property. It is breathtaking vistas — an outdoorsman’s dream come true and a place the whole family can enjoy.