Trails range from gravel roads to extreme mountainous terrain. “Easy” trails include gravel roads and hard packed clay trails with few if any challenges.
Most trails are rated “moderate” and may include mud, rocks and mountainous terrain. The more “difficult” rated trails will include off cambers, tougher hill climbs, rocks, mud and should only be attempted by experienced riders.
There are 300+ miles of trails now open in the area. All trails are marked with a trail number and clearly shown on our trail map. Some trails are restricted to ATV and Dirt Bike use only.
There are plenty of different trails for all types of vehicles and adrenaline levels. There is also beautiful mountain scenery around every corner.
To access the OHV area, each person must have a Land Use Permit regardless of age or activity.
All types of off-road vehicles are welcome. Here are some that frequent the area.
Hours of Use
Windrock Park is open 365 days a year. A Land Use Permit is required to access the area.
The parking area for the Trailhead can accommodate very large groups and has plenty of free parking for vehicles and trailers.
A copy of the trail map can be purchased at the Trailhead when you arrive. Trail maps are also available at Windrock Park Campground, Shell Fun Food in Oliver Springs and Ginger’s Market & Deli in Briceville, TN.