Best UTV in Florida

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Florida, Baker County

00 :15 hrs
2.6 mi
5.938999 ft

St. Mary’s Shoals Park has 25 plus miles of ATV trails on hard-packed dirt. The forest is bordered by the Cedar Creek which offers swimming areas. The parking lot has plenty of room for big trailers as well as restrooms. The park is open daily from sunrise to 40 minutes before sunset.


Florida, Marion County

03 :35 hrs
36.6 mi
30.181 ft

Ocala Centennial OHV Trail is a loop trail for unlicensed off-road vehicles less than 65 inches. It explores the Big Scrub ecosystem in the heart of the Ancient Island Scrub. It is the largest contiguous sand pine scrub in the world. Riders are required to stay on their own trails. A permit is required to ride the trail and can be ordered by phone at 1-877-444-6777.


Florida, Santa Rosa County

00 :07 hrs
1.3 mi
10.032997 ft

Clear Creek OHV is a privately owned park with about 53 miles of trails through the woods. They also have a beginner-friendly motocross track with whoops and tabletops. They are open for riding during daylight hours Friday through Sunday. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.


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, Charlotte County

00 :08 hrs
1.4 mi
0.8739996 ft

The 74 Family Fun Motocross Park offers three different tracks that have a variety of skill levels as well as wooded trails and a large mud pit. There is also a freshwater pond where catch and release fishing is permitted. They are open Wednesday/Thursday from 11am-6pm and weekends from 9am-6pm.


Florida, Hamilton County

00 :06 hrs
1 mi
2.5109978 ft

Graveyard Mud Bog is a privately owned offroad park offering large mud holes, and miles of ATV and UTV trails. The park is only open during select weekends so check or call the schedule before going. Primitive camping is also available.


Florida, Putnam County

01 :51 hrs
18.8 mi
30.897 ft

Beginning at the Rodman Trailhead, the Longleaf Trail is part of the Ocala OHV Trail System located in the Ocala National Forest. It is the biggest loop and passes by 2 other trailheads and intersects with the Delancy Loops and Motorcycle Loop.


Florida, Madison County

00 :20 hrs
3.3 mi
3.8430004 ft

Jellystone Park Campground is a privately owned park with about 90 acres of easy ATV trails. The terrain is mostly flat and sandy with fun turns. Camping is available as well as fishing, swimming, and other activities. Trails are open daily from 8 am to dark.


Florida, Charlotte County

00 :29 hrs
4.8 mi
1.29 ft

Florida Tracks and Trails is a privately owned offroad park with a variety of riding including a motocross track, obstacle play area for trucks, mud bogs, and 26 miles of one-way trails. They offer restrooms, spray wash stations and a pro shop with basic riding gear. They are open on Tuesdays and on the weekends.

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