This is one of the most extensive DCNR sites, and is one of our absolute favorites. There are 36 miles of summer trail. During the winter season the trail system is expanded to 42 miles by using some dirt roads that are gated during the summer. This is my personal favorite in Pennsylvania for ATV winter riding. Riding is free. Be sure to check the DCNR website for proper registration information.
This extensive DCNR site in Central Pennsylvania offers 37 miles of trails. Riding is free. Be sure to check the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Our Where to Ride Guide generally does not include ATV tracks. However, with three tracks open to ATVs for riders of varying skill levels, a clubhouse, showers, camping, and recreational facilities, we thought that Breezewood Proving Grounds should be included in our trail guide.
Located close to Maple Run Tract, this DCNR trail offers 7 miles of summer and winter trail. Great for a quick ride, the scenery is quite beautiful. As with all DCNR sites, riding is free. Be sure to check out the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Also known as the Whiskey Springs ATV trail. This DCNR trail offers, along with a variety of riding terrains, a designated area for ATV riders with disabilities. There is no fee to ride. be sure to check the DCNR website for proper registration information.
(Formerly the Pohopoco Tract) This DCNR trail system offers 13 miles of summer and winter trails in the Pocono Mountains. If you like mudding, be sure to come here during the rainy season. There's plenty of mud to be found. Ride your ATV free at this site. Be sure to visit the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Four Seasons Resort is a full service resort. Featuring 26 miles of groomed trails for all skill levels, this wonderful resort also features an outdoor olympic size pool, campsites, cabins, and a motel. There are scheduled family activities as well as ATV activities scheduled periodically. Ride directly from your campsite or cabin out to the trails. This facility also borders over 1000 acres of state game lands.
Hilltop Lodge is a unique ATV and motocross experience. You rent the entire large lodge as well as all of the tracks and trails. Perfect for large groups. You can rent by the week, weekend, or mid-week stays. The lodge sleeps 16. If you are planning a vacation with your riding buddies, or a family reunion, be sure to check out this unique riding opportunity.
Open year round, Lost Trails has opened at their new location. There's something for everyone here with steep switchbacks, scenic ridges, crazy potato fields, boulder crawls, mud runs, a tunnel, and meandering lazy trails. Lost Trails also offers guided ATV tours.
This DCNR trail system offers 17 miles of summer and winter trail. Trails are located near Haneyville and include the Button Road and a network of wooded trails built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's. As with all the DCNR sites, riding is free. Be sure to check the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Open year round, Majestic Trails boasts 41 miles of wooded ATV and dirtbike trails of all skill levels. This facility offers both camping and cabins with direct trail access. Pets are welcome.
One of the smaller DCNR trails, Maple Run Tract is still great for an afternoon ride. Maple Run offers 8 miles of summer trail. Very close to Burnt Mills, it is possible to do a morning ride at one trail, then trailer your ATVs to the other for an afternoon ride. Riding is free. Be sure to check out the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Part of the DCNR system, Martin Hill offers 18 Miles of summer trail free - no riding fees. Be sure to check out the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Mines and Meadows is our favorite place to ride ATVs or dirtbikes in Pennsylvania. Open year round, with 70 miles of groomed trails, this ATV park offers a unique riding experience. Ride your ATV in their abandoned underground limestone mines. Experience total darkness, underground lakes, and much more on these guided tours. With an RV campground and special rates at the nearby Holiday Inn, this ATV park is worth a trip of several days.
Mountain Ridge ATV Trails consists of 2,500 acres of riding area, with access to an additional 500 acres. There are trails for every skill level including rolling hills, extreme rock climbing, mud pits, and challenging uphills.
One of the larger DCNR trail systems, Potter County offers 43 miles of summer trail located south of Denton Hill State Park. It is free to ride. Be sure to check out the DCNR website for proper registration information.
Open only to members, there is not much information available on this facility. Apparently there are trails for multiple difficulty levels, and trails are open year-round. Contact Rausch Creek Trail Riders for membership information.
Reading Anthracite is not an ATV park, but a working coal facility. Special permits to ride on Reading Anthracite land can be purchased online at their website listed below.
Rock Run Recreation offers an impressive 70 miles of ATV trails offering terrific views of the Allegheny Mountains. They offer camping and RV facilities.
Scrubgrass Village is an outdoor resort which offers 40 miles of multiuse trails, open to ATVs. They also offer kayaking, hunting, fishing, and tubing. This facility is open seasonally, so be sure to call for details.
Part of the DCNR system, Sideling Hill offers 15 miles of summer trail in the Wells Tannery area. Riding is free. Be sure to check out the DCNR website for proper registration information
A camping resort with approximately 4 miles of trails open to ATVs, this facility also seems to have fairly limited hours of operation. They offer a motocross track, hill climbs, mud pits, flat tracks, and a kids track. This facility seems well suited to family camping and riding with young or inexperienced riders.
Snow Shoe Rails to Trails (SSRT) offers 19 miles of abandoned railroad bed which is used as multiuse trails, as well as 20 miles of legal Snow Shoe Township roads. Additionally, SSRT connects with the DCNR trail Bloody Skillet. When Bloody Skillet is open, there is a total of 80 miles of trail available to ride on. SSRT requires a permit to ride which can take up to 10 days by mail, or which can be purchased from local retailers on the day of your ride.
This smaller DCNR site offers 7 miles of summer and winter trails. Access is at the Jacks Mountain Trailhead located along Route 235 three miles south of Glen Iron. The trail includes the East Kettle Road which has been closed to other types of motor vehicles. It is free to ride. Be sure to check the DCNR website for proper registration information.