Louisiana ATV Parks

17 Epic Louisiana ATV Parks

Are you looking for an offroading adventure at the best Louisiana ATV parks? Then you have come to the right place!

Off-roading with an ATV in Louisiana is always a good choice. It lets you explore the beautiful, remote backyards of the state in a different light. 

Not to mention the various terrain that Louisiana has. Mud pits, rock climbing, dirt track are just some of the usual encounters!

In this article, WWB Writer, Farihah will share with you 17 amazing Louisiana ATV parks, covering both private ATV parks and multi-use trails in Louisiana.

So you’ll know what to choose, and which suits your taste better. Because you’ll never know what to expect, or when you’ll expect to switch things up a little bit! 

Also, some don’t only offer offroading, but camping, dining, and other non-motorized activities, so you don’t have to worry about leaving the place so soon. Sweet!

Here’s a summary of what the article will be covering:

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  1. Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park

You can’t mention ATV parks in Louisiana without giving the first mention to Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park.

Priding itself as ‘the finest ATV and recreation park in the country’, Muddy Bottoms is the Disney for off-roading! It boasts 5,000 acres with a network of trails that branches to unlimited loop options for all ages and all riding skill levels.

Mud pits are the park’s main focus, if the mud is what you’re after, head on to the southern part of the park where the conditions are quite muddy.

But if dry land’s your thing, the park’s northern side would be a good choice.

ATV mud parks in Louisiana

Tip: This family-friendly ATV park is also complete with a fuel station, drive-through buggy wash, and repair shop for your ATV trailer for you to wash off after an exciting time in the mud. Play this video for a virtual park tour.

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 150 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 200 ft to over 250 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: 4×4, ATV, UTV, dirt bike.
  • Fee:
    • For event weekend: $65 online, $75 gate; FREE for 10 and under.
    • Cabins: $650-$1200/event for 6-12 people
    • RV hook ups: $150-$600/event
    • More information on the pricing ranges for services offered available here.
  • License & Waiver Forms: After dusk, all ATV and UTV drivers 16 and older must be licensed. Those below the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
  • Open Season: Park is open during events only. Check their calendar list for ongoing and upcoming events. Check-in by 1:00 pm to be able to ride at the park on the last day of the ride, since all rides must end at 5:00 pm.
  • Contact: (318) 377-3800, 100 Muddy Bottoms Dr, Sarepta, Louisiana 71071.
  • How to get here: From Springhill, drive south on US 371 for about 5 miles, then turn right (west) onto George Taylor Road for 1 mile until you reach the park’s entrance.
  • Map: Muddy Bottoms Recreation Park Map
  1. Zona ATV Recreation Park

Zona ATV Recreation Park is a go-to place in Franklinton for family and friends to have some fun over the weekend.

The park covers 500 acres of spaces for marked and maintained ATV trails, together with sand tracks and lots of mud bogs along the way.

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Louisiana ATV trails

Camping is also permitted here with amenities such as water hookup, electricity, restrooms, and boat rental if you want to spend a night’s trip.

Tip: When you’re done off-roading, you can chill by the beach, have some fun with the Tarzan Boat “floating water park” (check their website for event availability and details), or eat pizzas and cheeseburgers at Zona Grill. 

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 15 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 100 ft to over 130 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: 4×4, ATV, UTV, dirt bike.
  • Fee:
    • $10 per person; pay by cash only at the park’s entrance
    • FREE for Children 2 and under.
    • $10 Per Bike
    • $10/night for designated primitive camping sites
    • $20/night for designated dry camping sites
  • License & Waiver Form :
    • After dusk, all ATV and UTV drivers of 16 and older must be licensed. Those below the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
    • Minors under 18 must enter the park with parents/guardians and notarized waivers. Fill out the waiver form online earlier to save time.
  • Opening Hours:
    • Fri: 9:00am-8:00pm
    • Sat: 9:00am-12:00am
    • Sun: 9:00am-6:00pm
  • Contact: (985) 515-9662, Zona ATV, 49119 Louisiana Highway 60, Franklinton, Louisiana 70438, United States.
  • How to get here: Drive southwest for 0.3 miles via Washington Street, then turn left onto Lousiana Highway 16 (LA -16) and drive for 10.5 miles, then turn left again onto LA-60 and continue for 0.2 miles. The park will be on the right side of the road.
  • Map: Zona ATV Recreation Park Map
  1. Tower Trax ATV Recreation Park

Tower Trax is a 2600-acre park located in Fluker with more than 40 ATV trails consisting of mud ponds and creek crossings.

On rainy days, the trails are muddier, and the creek crossings become deeper. 

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Mud riding in Louisiana, Tower Trax ATV Recreation Park

But on sunny days, you’ll get to enjoy a beautiful drive along the dry trails passing by gorgeous meadows.

The park also celebrates oval and drag mud racing. So if that’s to your liking, you’ll love Tower Trax!

Once you’re done, wrap up your day by staying overnight at any of the campsites, RV hookups, or cabin rentals.

Tips:

  • Tower Trax doesn’t rent out ATV. Instead, you can rent ATV from Cache’s Rent Our Toys.
  • A bike wash station is available on-premise to keep your vehicle squeaky clean post-ride.
  • Difficulty level: All levels are available, plus kids trail
  • Distance: 40 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 200 ft to over 250 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: 4×4, ATV, UTV, dirt bike, motorcycles
  • Fee:
    • $10 per person; pay at the park’s entrance
    • $15/day per bike
    • $10/night for designated primitive camping sites
    • $25-$35/night for RV Hook-ups
    • $80-$115 (2-10 persons) for cabin rentals
  • Waiver Forms:
    • Minors under 18 must enter the park with parents/guardians and notarized waivers.
    • Rides from Monday-Thursdays must fill in the Daily waiver form available on the porch.
    • Guests must fill in the yearly waiver form before riding at the park (fill in earlier then bring it to the park for signing to save time).
  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday – Friday: from 10:00 am
    • Saturday – Sunday: from 9:00am
    • Night rides: by appointment only
  • Contact: (985) 969-0114, 10247 Hwy 10, Fluker, LA 70436
  • How to get here: The park is situated on Louisiana Highway 10 (LA-10), 3 miles (4 mins drive) west from Fluker.
  • Map: Tower Trax ATV Park
  1. High Lifter Proving Grounds

If you’re situated in Northern Louisiana or are coming from Eastern Texas and Southern Arkansas, High Lifter Proving Grounds (otherwise known as High Lifter Off-Road Park) would be a good ATV stopover. 

Sprawling across 574 acres, the park has a good portion of mud holes, jump holes and play ponds for your ATV.

But if your vehicle is not equipped for a mud-friendly ride, that’s okay too, because there are trails that let you navigate around the dry grounds.

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Off-road parks in Louisiana 

Tip: The best time to come here is when special events are held throughout the year, which is also the time when camping sites are available.

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 25 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 260 ft to 290 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: 4×4, ATV, UTV, dirt bike
  • Fee:
    • $20 per person for daily admission; pay at the park’s entrance
    • $30 for the weekend
    • FREE for children 6 and under
    • $15/night per RV or tent (primitive camping). Must pre-register by emailing events@highlifter.com to book a spot.
    • $3 per individual for a one-time shower pass
  • Waiver Forms:
    • All guests must sign a waiver form before riding. Present to the park upon admission.
  • Opening Hours:
    • Summer hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
    • Winter hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Contact: +1 318 294 1040, Colquitt Rd, Shreveport, LA 71047
  • How to get here: Drive about 12.3 miles west from Shreveport on Interstate 20 (I-20), then turn left (south) onto Woolworth Rd and continue for 8.7 miles, turn left on LA-525 S until you see the entrance of the park.
  • Map: High Lifter Proving Grounds Map
  1. Bonnet Carre Spillway 

Now turned into a recreation park that’s a paradise for offroaders, initially, this Spillway (known as Bonnet Carre Crevasse) was built to help control the overflows of the Mississippi River.

Managed by the Army Corps of Engineers, Bonnet Carre Spillway is a vast offroad area comprising 850 acres of mainly sand and clay. Ideal for a thrilling ride among gravel, dusty, muddy lands accompanied by jumps and flat grounds.

Some parts of the ATV trails are rough, some rugged in a wooded area, meanwhile some smooth and fast. Play this video to see what off-roading is like here.

Tip: Once you have enough time with off-roading, maybe spare some time dabbling with activities available on-site such as fishing, boating, or wildlife viewing?

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 20 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 0 ft to 20 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, dirt bikes.
  • Fee: Contact for details
  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours: Contact for details
  • Contact: 985-764-7484, 16302 River Road, Norco, La 70079
  • How to get here: It will be about a 1-hour drive from Baton Rouge, where you’ll take 1-10 and drive about 33 miles east, then onto US-61 on the right (south) from exit 187, and continue driving for 28 miles towards CC Rd, where you will reach Bonnet Carre Spillway.
  • Map: Bonnet Carre Spillway
  1. Juderman’s ATV Park

Go for a thrill ride at Juderman’s! One of the ATV parks in Louisiana that are well kept, equipped with tons of large open spaces, some narrow trails, and short drop-offs.

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Juderman’s ATV Park, Louisiana

Photo by @tri_z_lee

Located in Tioga/Pineville, this park sprawls across 200 acres with 5 miles of networked fun trails. 

There are trails with muds, some without mud holes. Accompanied with cool scenery, deep creek crossings, and pits for jumps. This video is a good example of mud riding at Juderman’s.

Non-motorized amenities offered by Juderman include an air filling station, vault toilets, designated barbeque area amenities, and a shaded picnic area.

Tip: Check out the Gone Wild Safari located just 5 minutes drive away from the park if Juderman’s hasn’t tired you out yet! This zoo is home to hundreds of animals such as giraffes, zebras, camels and so much more.

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 5 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 130 ft to 160 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, SxS, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $20 per person (riding only) for daily admission
    • $10/per children 6-12
    • FREE for children 6 and under
    • $25/per person per day for riding and camping (primitive or self-contained camping only – no hook-ups)

Pay at the park’s entrance

  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours:
    • Friday – Sunday: 8:00 am – dark
  • Contact: +1 318-715-0092, 6512 Shreveport Hwy Pineville, LA, US 71360
  • How to get here: Take the US 71 route (US-71) from the north of Pineville city, then continue west on to Louisiana Highway 3225 (LA 3225) till the park’s entrance.
  • Map: Juderman’s ATV Park
  1. Louisiana Mudfest

Looking for an epic mud ride? Head on to Louisiana Mudfest, the best spot to be for mud riding in Louisiana!

This park in Colfax boasts over 300 acres of mud grounds and developed wood trails, giving riders the luxury of choice. It’s not just a muddy place. This is a great place to fish as the park has a 105-acre Oxbow lake and is bordered just by the Red River.

Besides that, swimming and camping are other normal activities here.

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Fun times in the mud, Louisiana Mudfest

Tip: The best time to experience Louisiana Mudfest is during their annual Trucks Gone Wild event held in late April. It is one of the most awaited events for offroader folks across the country. Tickets on admission, camping, and vendor spaces ($30-$400) can be purchased from here.

  • Difficulty level: Mostly beginner and intermediate, with very few expert trails.
  • Distance: 300++ acres park
  • Elevation: Ranging from 80 ft to 100 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, SxS, SUVs, dirt bikes
  • Fee (Regular Non-event Weekend):
    • $13 per person (13 and above)
    • $5 per children 6-12
    • FREE for children 5 and under
    • $10 for military with ID

Purchase at the gate upon arrival

  • Camping Fee per night (non-event rate):
    • $15 for primitive camping; $30 with water/electric; $35 full hookup. Reserve by emailing lamudfestcamping@yahoo.com
  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours:
    • Thursday 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    • Friday and Saturday 8:00 am-midnight
    • Sunday 9:00am – 10:00 pm
  • Contact:  318-729-2569/318-729-3237, 12220-B Highway 8, Colfax, LA 71417
  • How to get here: Louisiana Mudfest is located on Lousiana Highway 8 (LA-8), 2.1 miles (4 minutes drive) west from Colfax.
  • Map: Louisiana Mudfest
  1. Silver Creek Campground

As one of the ATV campgrounds in Louisiana, Silver Creek provides more than 100 acres of land with about 60 acres of wooded trails and 30 acres of the open field. Excellent for off-roading with your family in your ATVs and fishing in Mount Hermon.

Another thing that sets Silver Creek apart from other ATV parks in Louisiana is that it is perfect for some family bonding time. You can ride through the open tranquil campground with golf carts too!

If that’s not enough, the pool, sand pile, and playing in the creek will be fun for children.

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Family time at Silver Creek Campground, Louisiana

Tip: Experience Silver Creek Campground at best during Meet on the Creek Motorcycle Rally (Memorial and Labor Day) where the campground turns into a festival ground filled with exciting activities like bike race, bubble wrestling, jungle costume contest and so much more!

  • Difficulty level: Mostly beginner and intermediate, with very few expert trails
  • Distance: 10 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: Ranging from 220 ft to 250 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, golf carts, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $7/person for daily admission (exclude camping)
    • $10/person for holidays and special events
    • ATV pass: $15 per person for a day pass; $25/bike for the weekend (Friday-Sunday)
    • Golf Cart pass: $10 per person/ $20/cart for the weekend
    • FREE for children 2 and under

Pay at the campground’s office

  • $20-$50/night for camping sites; $90-$100/night for cabins. To reserve, call the campground.
  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details.
  • Opening hours:
    • Check-in by 3:00pm, check out by 2:00pm
  • Contact: (985) 514-1846, 37323 Hwy 1055, Mount Hermon, Louisiana 70450
  • How to get here: From Kentwood, drive 12.5 miles east via LA-38, turn right (east) onto Par RD 86 and continue onto LA-1055 for 3.1 miles. The campground is on the left side of the road.
  • Map: Silver Creek Campground
  1. South Toledo Bend ATV Trail 

South Toledo Bend in Anacoco hosts some great ATV and dirt bike trails in the state with plenty of wildlife sightings!

Located nearby Louisiana-Texas Border, there are 12 miles of 9 loops of spine trails traversing up hilly terrain and small streams, with possible encounters with wildlife like squirrels. 

Watch this video to see what the trail is like in South Toledo!

Overnight camping sites and cabin rentals are available too if you’re not in a hurry to get home.

Tips: 

  • The trail is situated right at 120 Bald Eagle Road, where you might spot a bald eagle in the area. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars!
  • Understand the OHV trail use before you ride at South Bend
  • Difficulty level: Only beginner and intermediate levels available
  • Distance: 12 miles of 9 loop trails
  • Elevation: Ranging from 150 ft to 200 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, UTVs, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $3/person for daily admission
    • FREE for Children 3 and under

Purchase at the gate upon arrival

  • $18/night for primitive camping sites; $150-$175/night for cabins. To reserve, call the campground.
  • License & Waiver forms:
    • Permit required to access trails. Permits can be obtained at the Entrance Station of South Toledo Bend State Park
    • Minors under 18 must be under the continuous supervision of an adult (age 21+)
  • Opening hours:
    • October- March: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily
    • April – September: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm daily
  • Contact: 337-286-9075, 120 Bald Eagle Road Anacoco, LA 71403
  • How to get here: From Anacoco, drive 10.2 miles south via LA-111, and continue for 4.6 miles west onto LA-392. The park is located off Louisiana Highway 191 (LA-191). The overall drive is about 18 minutes.
  • Map: South Toledo Bend ATV Trail Map
  1. Cow Bayou ATV Trail

Want a FREE ride? Head on to Cow Bayou ATV trail at Sabine and Desoto Parish line!

Not exactly like other parks, this beginner-friendly trail sits on 228 acres of hardwood timber and mixed pine forest, where you can ride along the 1.5mile shoreline of Toledo Bend Reservoir. 

The terrain consists of forest hills, creek crossings, and lots of mud holes at every corner—especially after rain. Watch the trail video here. the trail.

Some of the trails are unmarked here. However, you can check out the map trail layout at the park’s entrance.

Because the entrance is FREE, expect no facilities available for the public.

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 7 miles of multi-use system trail
  • Elevation: Ranging from 180 ft to 220 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, 4×4, UTVs, dirt bikes
  • Fee: FREE entrance
  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours:
    • October- March: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily
    • April – September: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm daily
  • Contact: (318) 256-4112, Sabine River Authority, 15091 Texas Highway Many, La 71449
  • How to get here: From Stanley, go 11 miles south via Louisiana Highway 191 (LA-191) until you reach the junction of LA-191 and Coker Worsham Road.
  • Map: Cow Bayou ATV Park
  1. Claiborne Multi-Use Trail System

Clairborne Multi-Use Trail is a vast area within Kisatchie National Forest with multiple trails to explore.

What’s interesting about Clairborne is that it is the very training grounds for over 500,000 WWII troops, and was Louisiana’s third-largest city during those times.

The site hosts more than 70 miles of marked wooded trails branching into three separate loops of various difficulty levels and distances:

  • North Loop, 19 miles
  • Woodworth Loop, 27 miles
  • Boy Scout Loop, 31 miles

The trails located north of Hwy 112 are open to ATVs; southern trails are for motorcycles, horse riding, and non-motorized use. 

This video gives you a look at what the trails are like: flat and hard-packed terrain, that is twisty with a few berms.

Tip: Thinking of camping overnight? Choose Loran Camp (primary trailhead) because it provides direct access to the ATV trail and is the staging area. Boy Scout Camp (primitive campground), on the other hand, gives access to single-track trails.

  • Difficulty level: Only beginner and intermediate levels available
  • Distance: 70 miles of 3 loop trails
  • Elevation: Ranging from 150 ft to 225 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $5 per operator for Claiborne Trails
    • $10 per camp unit at Loran Campground.
  • License & Waiver forms:
    • Contact for details
  • Opening hours: Contact for details, as trails may close due to excess motorized traffic, or environmental changes.
  • Contact: (866) 830-6467, Calcasieu Ranger District, 9912 Highway 28 WestBoyce, Louisiana 71409
  • How to get here: From Forest Hill, head north for 2.2 miles on US-165, turn left (west) onto LA-112 for 2.5 miles, then turn right onto Forest Rd FS-258 for 1.5 miles until you reach Loran Camp and Trailhead.
  • Map: Clairborne Multi-Use Trails 
  1. Vernon Enduro Multi-Use Trail

Enjoy an exhilarating ATV experience surrounded by longleaf pine savannahs (occasionally horses and hikers too) of Kisatchie National Forest in its Vernon’s unit.

The only trail in this part of the forest, Vernon Enduro Multi-Use Trail has about 45 miles of trails, forming into three long loops. Some trails are flat, hilly, twisty with occasional sand pit encounters.

The only way to access the trails is through Enduro Trailhead Camp, a primitive campground strictly designated for OHV and mountain bikes. The camp comes with vault toilets.

Tip: Bring along your binoculars so that you can spot some birds perching on a tree branch, or at lake habitats during off-roading breaks.

  • Difficulty level: Most trails are for beginners and intermediate offroaders
  • Distance: 45 miles of 3 loop trails
  • Elevation: Ranging from 200 ft to 300 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $5 for a daily usage fee
  • License & Waiver forms:
    • Permit for OHV is required
    • Riders 18 years and older must have a valid driver’s license
  • Opening hours: Contact for details, as trails may close due to excess motorized traffic, or environmental changes.
  • Contact: 318-793-9427 or 800-225-9733, Junction of Forest Road 440 and 442, Kisatchie National Forest — Vernon Unit of the Calcasieu Ranger LA70656
  • How to get here: Take the LA 399 route from the east of Cravens town for 2.8 miles, then turn left onto Rustville Rd, proceed for 1.3 miles, turn left onto Par Rd 442 into the Enduro Camp & Trailhead.
  • Map: Vernon Enduro Multi-Use Trail
  1. Sandstone Multi-Use Trail

One of Louisiana’s off-road trails, Sandstone is a multi-use trail that gives you multiple scenic riding experiences in Kisatchie National Forest. 

The 36 miles of designated loop trails bring you through the sandy hardwood bottoms, beautiful pine upland forest, stream crossings, and sandstone bluffs of Louisiana. Words can’t justify just how beautiful nature here is!

Play this video to see dirt bikes in action at Sandstone.

Tip: Do bear in mind that some parts of the trail are primitive, tight, and narrow when you ride here. Spring is the best time to come here for a good drying riding experience.

  • Difficulty level: Most trails are for beginners and intermediate offroaders
  • Distance: 36 miles of 3 loop trails
  • Elevation: 2165 ft 
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, SxS, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $5 per operator. Pay at the on-site self-service pay station
  • License & Waiver forms:
    • Call for details
  • Opening hours:
    • Sunrise to sunset (May 2nd through December 31st)
  • Contact: 1-(866)-830-6467, Kisatchie Ranger District, 229 Dogwood Park Road, Provencal, Louisiana 71468
  • How to get here: Drive south for 18.8 miles via LA-1 from Natchitoches. Turn right (south) onto LA-119, drive for 0.5 miles, then turn right onto Bayou Derbonne Rd and continue for 1.8 miles. This road will lead you to Longleaf Trail Scenic Byway (trailhead).
  • Map: Sandstone Multi-Use Trail
  1. Camp Livingston Trail Complex (Livingstone Multiple-Use Trails)

Did you know that Camp Livingston Trail Complex was once a former WWII camp with lots of ancient (some say spooky) remnants?

This trail complex sprawls across 4,480 acres, consisting of two interconnecting loop trails divided into north and south of the area.

  • Little Creek Trail (southern loop): 22.6 miles; moderate.
  • Hickman Trail (northern loop): 12.5 miles; moderate.

Both trails pose few challenges that are worth the ride, making them great dirt bike tracks Louisiana has to offer for offroading junkies!

Picture a thrilling adventure through creek crossings in a forest mixed with hardwood and pine, coupled with sand, loose rocks, and few small jumps. You might even find an abandoned barn, icehouse ruins, and a secluded tunnel!

This video shows you what you can expect at Camp Livingston.

Tip: Check the latest news of the complex first before coming here.

  • Difficulty level: Most trails are for beginners and intermediate offroaders, with very few expert trails
  • Distance: 35 miles of 2 loop trails
  • Elevation: Ranging from 100 ft to 200 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, SxS, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $5 per operator. Pay at the on-site self-service pay station
  • License & Waiver Forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours:
    • Year-round
  • Contact: 1-(866)-830-6467, Kisatchie National Forest 2500 Shreveport Highway, Pineville, LA 71350
  • How to get here: 
    • From Alexandria, head north for 8.3 miles on US-167 and US-165, turn right (east) onto Camp Livingston Rd for 2.6 miles till you reach Little Creek Trailhead.
    • To reach Hickman Trailhead, from Ball, continue to travel north on US-165 and turn right onto LA-3130. Turn left onto the staging area at the trailhead signs.
  • Map: Livingston Multiple-Use Trails
  1. Full Throttle MX Park

Want to switch things up a little bit from the usual ATV trail offroading? Then check out Full Throttle MX Park, Loranger for awesome dirt bike tracks in Louisiana.

Once served as a practice facility, this is a motocross park with solid, vast tracks for dirt bikes and just everyone. The main track is about one mile long, consisting of separate wood trails from the peewee track.

Tip: Sometimes the place is hard-packed with visitors. Come when it’s not during seasonal holidays for an enjoyable experience.

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Dirt bike tracks Louisiana, Full Throttle MX Park

  • Difficulty level: Most trails are for beginners and intermediate offroaders, with very few expert trails
  • Distance:  90 acres of motocross park
  • Elevation: Ranging from 40 ft to 60 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, SxS, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $25 per rider. Pay at the entrance station
  • License & Waiver forms: Contact for details
  • Opening hours:
    • 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (weekends)
  • Contact: +1 225-314-3800, Morris Rd, Loranger, LA 70446, United States
  • How to get here: The park is located 4.1 miles (5 minutes drive) south of Loranger, via LA-40 and LA-443.
  • Map: Full Throttle MX Park
  1. Desoto Motorsport Park

One of the best dirt bike tracks Louisiana has, hands down!

Desoto Motorsport Park is an acclaimed park, built in 2008 by two-time world motocross champion Trampas Chad Parker as a training facility. The length ranges from 1 to 1.4 miles long. So you know the location is meant for the serious dirt bikers and the ATV riders.

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Desoto Motorsport Park, Louisiana ATV Parks

The 35-acre park features 15 miles of wooded trails, one outdoor motocross track, and a 0.4-mile minibike track. Suitable for both pro and beginner riders.

Tip: Come here during events and race schedule take place. Ask about family discounts when you come here.

  • Difficulty level: All levels are available
  • Distance: 35 acres of a motocross facility
  • Elevation: Ranging from 40 ft to 60 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • Thursday – Sunday: $20 per person (gate fee)
    • FREE for Age 3 and under
    • $30 for Friday practice
    • $30/night for RV hookups (electric and water). First come, first served

Pay at the entrance station

  • License & Waiver forms: Call for details
  • Opening hours:
    • 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (riding hours)
  • Contact: (318) 461-3659, 673 West Industrial Park Dr., Grand Cane, LA 71032
  • How to get here: Desoto Motorsport Park is just 1.8 miles (3 minutes) drive away from De Soto Parish Airport, via US-171 N and W Industrial Park.
  • Map: Desoto Motorsport Park
  1. Cooterville Mud Rides

Cooterville Mud Rides is an excellent place to have fun in Delhi as far as off-roading goes.

The 1000-acre park packs a punch with about 25 miles of trails available on-site, including several mud pits, ponds, swamps, and plenty of primitive camping opportunities. On top of that, you can also swim or fish at its 24-acre lake!

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Cooterville Mud Rides, Louisiana ATV Parks

Tip: Occasionally, the park hosts music concerts so that’s one thing to look forward to! Check their Facebook for the latest updates.

  • Difficulty level: Most trails are for beginners and intermediate offroaders, with very few expert trails
  • Distance: 25 miles of Multi-use trail system
  • Elevation: 65 ft to 75 ft
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTVs, motorcycles, dirt bikes
  • Fee:
    • $20/rider 
    • $35/rider on Special Event Weekends
    • $10/night per tent
    • $25/night per tent

Pay at the entrance station

  • License & Waiver forms: Call for details
  • Opening hours:
    • Friday-Saturday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm 
    • Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm 
  • Contact: (318) 498-1488, Cooterville Mud Rides, 329 Harper Camp Road, Delhi, LA 71232
  • How to get here: From Delhi, drive south for 11.7 miles via LA-17 onto LA-860 (east)  in Franklin Parish, then turn left (north) onto LA-577 Spur (east) for 7.2 miles, and continue onto Sharky Rd (south) for 2 miles. Turn right at the sight of the “Harper Deer Processing” sign, the destination is here.
  • Map: Cooterville Mud Rides

Where Can I Ride My ATV In Louisiana?

You can ride your ATV at any of the Louisiana ATV parks, and trails mentioned above.

How Many Acres Is Zona ATV Park?

Zona ATV park covers 500 acres of ATV trails, sand tracks, tons of mud holes, including lots of primitive camping spaces.

What State Has The Best ATV Trails?

Apart from ATV trails in Louisiana, you should check out other states in the country as well. The USA has a good variety of trails for ATV riding!

The states that have the best ATV trails are Tennessee, Texas, and Colorado.

Tennessee

Tennessee’s most famous ATV park is Brimstone Recreation Area located in Huntsville. The 19,000-acre park itself has over 300 miles of OHV routes that are complemented with cultural explorations and several gorgeous outlooks.

Brimstone Recreation Area, Tennesse’s ATV Park

Photo by Brimstone Recreation Area

You can also check out the 73,000-acre Windrock ATV Park in Oliver Springs. 

Or, ride alongside mountain vistas with possible elk viewing at Ride Royal Blue Resort, the state’s largest ATV resort in North Cumberland Plateau.

Texas

A neighboring state to Louisiana, Texas’ Hidden Falls Adventure Park is the largest off-trail park in the state. Located in Marble Falls, this park has more than 200 miles of offroading trails for ATV, 4×4, and dirt bikes set alongside the Colorado River.

But if you prefer mud bogging instead, go for River Run ATV Park.

Another famous Texas spot for desert off-roading activity is Red Dunes in El Paso. It is not a controlled park, so ride at your discretion, with your own ATV rental

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Red Dunes, ATV Trails Texas

Colorado

Colorado provides some of the best views in the country. And naturally, you’d want to check the state up close off the beaten path with your ATV.

Top of the list in Colorado is Wagon Wheel Trail System, the largest offroading trail system in the state. Sprawling over 250 miles of trails, Wagon Wheel features spectacular natural views, lots of wildlife, and a couple of historic sites.

Besides that, Grand Mesa’s 150 miles of ATV trails on the flat-top mountain will be an adventure worth taking!

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Grand Mesa Trails, ATV Trails Colorado

Unique Tips You Should Know

Some tips you should know for a seamless and enjoyable Louisiana ATV riding:

  • Take note that most Louisiana ATV parks are only open on selective weekends or special events for riding.
  • Off-road parks in Louisiana usually require you to sign a waiver form before you can ride. Fill them in early (most available online on their website) so save your time.
  • Don’t forget your permit and license, if applicable. Check with ranger or park authorities before heading out.
  • Always wear protective riding gear like a DOT-certified helmet, crash-proof shin guards, good gloves, and quality off-road boots.
  • Understand the ATV state laws beforehand.
  • Ride safely and follow trail etiquette. Things like knowing the trail map, the trail’s difficulty, and knowing what type of users use the trail (some may have children, hikers, or horseback riders on it as well) are useful information to know beforehand.
  • Conclusion

Now that you know Louisiana is home to an abundant selection of ATV parks unique with their set of trail challenges, side activities, and location-wise…. 

It’s time to take this great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful, muddy, and sunny outdoors at Louisiana ATV parks.

So what are you waiting for? 

Pack your off-roading gears, block off one of the weekends, check out one (or two) Louisiana ATV parks and… start your engines people! Vroom vroom!

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