Are you one of the 126 million people that visit Tennessee yearly? People flock to Tennessee to see the hundreds of attractions that it has to offer—Dollywood, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Grand Ole Opry, to name a few.
Yes, these attractions are iconic and full of history. But we know there is so much more to Tennessee.
Tennessee has been blessed with an abundance of beauty from hilly plains and rivers in the west and the Great Smoky Mountains in the east. This makes Tennessee one of the best states for an off-roading adventure.
There is plenty of Tennessee terrain for every rider. Do you like water crossings and hard-packed trails? How about steep hills, rock, and trees?
We love all those things! In fact, we will be loading up our rigs and heading down to Tennessee this year. You can catch us at the Windrock Spring Shindig, April 21st-23rd, and the Brimestone White Knuckle, May 22nd-24th.
The Osborne Brothers said it best: “Wish that I was on Ol’ Rocky Top, down in the Tennessee hills.”
So, check these UTV trails in Tennessee out for yourself and let us know what you think.
Does Tennessee live up to its name—The Rocky Top? From national parks to backyards, there are ATV trails in Tennessee for everyone.
And if you want to see more trails the south has to offer, be sure to check out some of these other must-see spots.
Did we miss anything? Let us know which ATV and UTV parks you’re excited about. Hopefully we will be seeing you at Windrock and Brimstone in the spring.
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It would be great if you added a map showing all the locations. That way I can see exactly where they are relative to where I am as I travel in Tennessee. Thanks so much
We’ll keep that in mind for a revision. I like the idea. Thanks for reading, Kent!
Excellent! should be extremely easy to setup on your website.
Are there any locations that don’t cost money to ride. I came from the west where riding only cost gas and lunch.
Spent a ton of money with SuperATV but this is a garbage article.
Best in Tennessee for SXS
Yep, we cover those in this article. We also cover a bunch of other trails and parks so more people can find places to ride near them. Thanks for reading!