So, you’ve got a new RAM Power Wagon and are itching to get a little mud on the tires. Maybe you’re in the burbs or an urban jungle and are searching for a place to play. Don’t worry, Texans: we’ve got you covered. Below is a list of parks in the Lone Star State where you can enjoy all the fun of off-roading. Crank up the country and let’s go muddin’.
River Run ATV Park — Jacksonville
Located in Jacksonville, River Run ATV Park has tons of fun trails, steep slopes and mud pits to explore. They offer camping spots and a general store onsite, so you can make a weekend out of your trip. Plus, you can wash off all that mud with a dip in the beautiful Neches River.
2001 County Rd 3315, Jacksonville, Texas
Trees Ranch Offroad — Leaky
A hidden gem of the Texas hill country, Trees Ranch Offroad is filled with beautiful scenery and has a little something for everyone. Most of the property is an exotic game ranch, but the offroad section has tons of challenging scenic trails.
Bust out your GPS: 29.922415, -99.863410, Leakey, Texas
Hidden Falls Adventure Park — Marble Falls
Get ready to explore 2100 acres of incredible trails at this must-stop spot in Marble Falls. At Hidden Falls Adventure Park, you’ll find plenty of winding paths to take your 4×4 down on a sunny spring weekend.
7030 E FM 1431, Marble Falls, Texas
Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area — Gilmer
Located atop Barnwell Mountain in East Texas, this park has some of the best offroad trails in the Lone Star State. Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area is open to both off-highway vehicles (OHVs) and ATVs. You’ll find plenty of challenging trails varying in skill levels.
6284 TX-155, Gilmer, Texas
General Sams Offroad Park — Huntsville
Just nine miles north of Huntsville, General Sams Offroad Park provides 706 acres of prime mudding territory. The family-friendly park features over 60 miles of trails, so you’ll have a lot to explore.
224 Bishop Rd, Huntsville, Texas
Creekside Offroad Ranch — Splendora
Splendora’s Creekside Offroad Ranch is one of the smaller offroad parks in Texas, but has several muddy hills to conquer. Plus you can relax and enjoy a dip in Peach Creek after you’ve conquered the trails.
3580 US-59 BUS, Splendora, Texas