Best Off-Roading Trails Near Tennessee: Honorable Mentions

Inman Point Road, Shingle Loop, Moore Ridge, & Limekiln Loop Most of the trails in Prentice Cooper State Forest are easy to moderate. There are some trails that having a lift is a bonus for extra clearance. It’s a great place to drive around for a few hours and close to Chattanooga. Inman Point Road, Shingle Loop, Moore Ridge and Limekiln Loop is a 9.1 mile moderately trafficked and moderately challenging loop trail located near Whitwell, Tennessee that offers scenic views. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and ohv/off road driving and is accessible year-round. Details Location: Prentice Cooper State Forest Difficulty: Moderate Length: 9.1 mi Duration: Approximately 4 h 50 m More Information For more information, visit the following links. All Trails Persimmon Road Loop The Persimmon Road Loop is a lightly trafficked, 5.9 mile loop trail located near Chattanooga, Tennessee offering a great

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Best Off-Roading Trails Near Tennessee

Believe it or not, the West Coast isn’t necessarily the best coast when it comes to off-roading. Sure, they’ve got some amazing views, but there’s plenty of good off-roading backcountry in our neck of the woods. Namely, the Great Smoky Mountains, Cumberland Gap, and even just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. Take a look at some of our favorite trails, but keep in mind that you will be driving all of these trails at your own risk. Please be respectful of the land and property and make sure to do your own research into legality and safety of the area. Nashville RV assumes no responsibility for anything that happens on the road or off the road. In other words, don’t be an idiot. Catoosa Wildlife Management Area Catoosa Wildlife Management Area is a sizable game-management area on the Upper Cumberland Plateau. Located in the Tennessee counties of Morgan, Cumberland,

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The Kentucky Adventure Tour

The Kentucky Adventure Tour is a 900+ mile loop (not counting the hard sections) in southeastern Kentucky. About 40% rural narrow twisty paved roads with the rest being gravel, dirt roads and trails, it will take five full summer days of riding to complete the main loop without the hard sections and up to six days with the hard sections. Some of these areas are very remote so do not go alone, and keep in mind that the average distance between gas stops is around 60 miles. Keep reading for more resources to help you plan your own Kentucky Adventure Tour! Kentucky Adventure Tour Discovery Points DP1 - Southfork Elk view DP2 - North Fork Kentucky River DP3 - Nada Tunnel DP4 - Red River Gorge Geological Area DP5 - Red River Jump Rock DP6 - Wildcat Battle Monument DP7 - Natural Arches DP8 - Laurel River Lake DP9

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Land Between The Lakes

Kentucky’s Land Between The Lakes includes hundreds of miles of unpaved roads and campsites. More specifically, it’s a 40-mile long peninsula that offers hiking trails, horse trails, 300 miles of undeveloped shoreline, mountain biking, 400+ miles of scenic roads, and 1400 campsites, including camping within Turkey Bay OHV park. It's a great spot for the whole family, including educational adventures such as the homestead, the planetarium, and the Elk & Bison Prairie where wildlife roams free within a 700 acre enclosure. We’d highly recommend you make yourself one of the 1.5 million people who visit the LBL every year. What To Expect At Land Between The Lakes 190 Acres wildlife refuges 200 Wildlife watering holes 261 Miles hiking trails 106 Miles horse trails 70 Miles mountain bike trails 100 Miles off-road vehicle trails (Turkey Bay - suitable for road legal and off road only) 444 Miles scenic roads (Mostly

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Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway (DBBB)

The Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway (DBBB) is a high-clearance, 4wd route stretching over 100 miles along the scenic Red River Gorge and Daniel Boone National Forest In Eastern Kentucky. Made up of both improved and unimproved country and public roads, The DBBB is of moderate difficulty and only open to licensed vehicles. It is, however, designed for entry level offroading and therefore a good option for a safe, rewarding driving experience. Best Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway Routes Big Dog OHV Route Located on old logging roads along Big Dog Branch,this segment of the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail includes many areas where trees have reclaimed the roadbed, allowing only ATVs, motorcycles, horses and hikers where heavy logging trucks once rolled. Another word of caution: several hardened creek fords require care in crossing. Be safe out there! Take KY 192 west from London and go 6 miles. Turn right (north)

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Transamerica Trail

If you consider yourself an offroader, the Transamerica Trail is a serious must-experience. Here’s how to do it right: Ente Tennessee from the Andrews, North Carolina angle and enjoy the first 80 mile stretch of roads made for Jeeps and off-road enthusiasts and stacked with views of the Snowbird Mountains, the Nantahala National Forest, the Cherokee National Forest, and part of the Cherohala Skyway. If you’re not ready to stop, head south into Northern Georgia and the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, riding high on dirt-based, hard-packed, Jeep-ready roads, twisting and turning with switchbacks and turnouts. Spend a few minutes in Alabama, head back into Georgia, and then back again into Tennessee, stopping just a few miles off the track at the town of Monteagle and enjoying some good food and sleep at the Smokehouse Restaurant and Motel. The track then runs a short ride south of Lynchburg, Tennessee and takes

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Windrock

Windrock Park is the largest privately owned off-road recreation area in the nation, offering over 73,000 acres of off-road, biking, and hiking trails, a full-service campground, and various types of events throughout the year! Whether you’re looking for adrenaline pumping adventures or just to relax with family and friends around the fire pit...Windrock Park is the place to be! Windrock Trails & Routes Windrock OHV Trail Location: Oliver Springs, Tennessee Difficulty: Moderate Length: 25.0 mi Windrock Trail 22 Length: 5.9 mi Duration: About 2 hours Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult   Location: Oliver Springs Windrock Off-Road Park Trail 22 offers a great ride with moderate obstacles. This trail offers everything from steep climbs and water crossings to a couple of challenging rock climbs. It will take a few hours to run so schedule this one for a great afternoon adventure to get up the mountain, go see the windmills, or even

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