Best Off Road in Florida

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Florida, Pasco County

00 :04 hrs
0.6 mi
2.216999 ft

Dade City Motocross is located behind the Pasco County Fairgrounds and is open for practice on Thursday evenings from 4:30-10. The main track has clay and sand. Races are usually held every Saturday. The park has restrooms with showers, water hookups for RVs, and a concession stand.


Florida, Citrus County

02 :09 hrs
11 mi
35.862 ft

Trail 11 is one of the more popular trails located in the Citrus Wildlife Management Area. It has a variety of terrain from white sand, eroded ledges, and mud. There is a good opportunity for hiking, four-wheeling, horse trails, and camping along the way. The difficult sections can be bypassed but a 4WD vehicle is required.


Florida, Marion County

00 :11 hrs
1.9 mi
13.810999 ft

This Motorcycle Trailhead is part of the Ocala OHV North Trail System. The terrain is mostly sandy and flat but there are some twisty sections. This is pure single track riding for Motorcycles only.


Florida, Marion County

00 :06 hrs
1 mi
17.203001 ft

Hardrock Cycle Park is a privately owned offroad park that has 4 motocross tracks, an oval track, hare scramble course, challenging rock garden, and 80 acres of wooded trails. A campground is also available for an additional fee. It is open daily and hosts many different events.


Florida, Charlotte County

00 :05 hrs
0.8 mi
0.71899986 ft

This park was once a potato farm and is now one of the biggest off-road parks in the state. They have mud bogs, ponds, an ATV course, and a mud track. There is a drive-through spray wash as well as a concession stand. The park is open on select weekends and primitive camping is available.


Florida, Flagler County

00 :07 hrs
1.1 mi
- ft

Boggin Bunnell Offroad Park is a privately owned offroad park that offers over 500 acres of mud pits and riding. There is a $15 per person fee. Plenty of parking is available as well as camping in some areas. See the website for schedule.


Florida, Citrus County

01 :31 hrs
7.8 mi
36.271 ft

This combination of trails is one of the more popular routes in Citrus WMA. All 3 trails are sand/dirt and have some eroded areas with obstacles. Trail 2 and 6 are easy but trail 19 is more difficult and requires a lightly modified SUV. There will be some angles and compact sand which can cause scraping into the dirt on the sides as the trail is dug into the ground.


Florida, Columbia County

00 :39 hrs
3.2 mi
8.673 ft

Located in Osceola National Forest, this trail access is located off of Mount Carrie Road and parking must be done on the side of the road. Large trailers are not recommended. The terrain is flat and often is waterlogged.


Florida, Duval County

00 :07 hrs
1.2 mi
0.10000038 ft

WW Motocross Park has a wide and fast main track with large tabletops, doubles, whoops, and long straight sections. The surface is a mix of loamy soil, sand, and clay. It is open for public riding but there is not a set schedule so call before you come. There is plenty of parking and a food vendor on site.


Florida, Okeechobee County

00 :10 hrs
1.7 mi
0.9949999 ft

Florida Cycle Park is a privately owned park with three tracks including a peewee, beginner, and main. The trail surface is a mix of loamy dirt mixed with sand and clay. They host motocross lessons and occasionally race events. Membership is required. They are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am-5 pm.

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