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Talladega National Forest - Kentuck ATV Trail
Trail Description: Nothing technical, however there
are some very steep climbs/descents. See map at trail head
for several options on the 25+ miles of double track. There
are several options to various loops. The entire trail
system is designed for four wheelers so it is all at least
Trail Length: 25+ miles
Trail Type: Single Track
Skill Level: Intermediate
Contact: For trail maps & info : Talladega Ranger District
1001 North St.
Talladega, Al. 35160
Directions to Trailhead: From I-20 take Exit 185 and
go South on HWY 21 towards Munford. Turn left on Macintosh
Road (I think it is also called Talladega 172) and go about
two miles past the Antioch Baptist Church and look for the
KENTUCK ORV trail on your left and turn right. This rough
paved road turns to gravel/dirt after which you turn right
at the next KENTUCK ORV trail and go 2.2 miles and turn left
into the parking area. THIS IS A FEE USE AREA that is
strictly enforced but well worth the $3 for admission.
1922 County Road 146
Jemison, Al 35085
Email: garrington @ chiltoncounty.org
Phone: (205) 312-1376
Nearest Town: Jemison, Al
Trail Length: N/A
Trail Type: ATV/Dirtbike/Hiking
Skill Level: 2=Intermediate
Park Contact: Park Manager, Gerald
Directions: From south: Take I65
north to Jemison exit 219. Turn left on County Road 42
and travel 3.8 miles to traffic light. Turn right on
Highway 31 north, travel 3.9 miles to County Rd 146 on
right. Travel County Rd. 146 1.8 miles to entrance of
From north: Take I65 south to
Calera exit 231. Turn right on Highway 31 south.
Travel through downtown Calera. Eight miles south of
downtown Calera turn left on County Rd. 146. Travel
County Rd. 146 1.8 miles to entrance of park.
GPS coordinates N 33.01865 W 086.73703
Trail Description: Located in Chilton
County, the geographical center of Alabama, Minooka Park
provides a convenient getaway for families. Minooka
Park is primarily an ATV/Off-road motorcycle park with miles
of trails dedicated to off-road enthusiasts. The ATV
trails feature breath taking scenery and varying terrain.
However, there is much more to Minooka Park than ATV trails;
whether your interest lies in fishing for largemouth bass in
Minooka Lake, hiking through natural areas in hopes of
spotting a white-tail deer, grilling out under one of our
many pavilions, or just relaxing on our scenic deck
overlooking the lake, Minooka Park has something for
everyone. A one mile walking trail around the lake
with plenty of resting points provides a fun way to get your
exercise. Primitive camping is also available for
those who just aren’t ready to go home.
Coming soon to Minooka Park will be a new RV campground,
more walking trails, and a separate trail system for
horseback riding, so check the website often for these and
other announcements. So load up your ATV, dirt bike,
and fishing gear, or just grab a picnic lunch and visit
Minooka Park. The trails of Minooka Park are waiting
and are truly, miles of freedom, minutes away.
Info Other: $15 Per ATV/ $10 for groups
of 10 or more and riding club members.
8745 Pine Mountain Rd.
Springville, AL 35146
Email: info @ ridgeriding.com
Phone: (205) 467-0142
Nearest Town: Springville, AL
Trail Length: 30 + miles
Trail Type: N/A
Skill Level: 4=All Types
Park Contact: The Ridge, 8745 Pine Mountain
Rd., Springville, AL 35146
Directions: From Birmingham: Travel up
I-59 North toward Gadsden/Atlanta. Take exit number 154
(Springville/ Odenville). Turn left and go over the
interstate. You will now be on AL-174/Marietta Rd. You will
go about 7/10 mile and come to a four way stop. Go straight
through the four way. You will stay on this road for almost
4 miles. AL-174/Marietta Rd. will turn into Murphees Valley
Rd. This will take you up Pine Mountain, careful the road
makes a U-turn half way up the mountain. When you reach the
top take a left onto Pine Mountain Rd. "The Ridge" will be
the fourth driveway on your right.
Trail Description: The Ridge is an
off-road riding park specifically catering to motorcycle
(dirt bike), ATV (four-wheeler), and UTV (side by side)
riders of all ages and abilities. Located in Springville, 25
min. N.E. of Birmingham Alabama, and a short drive from
Gadsden, Anniston, Huntsville, and Atlanta Georgia. We have
over 30 miles of trails, 3 motocross tracks, single track,
camping, fishing, on all kinds of terrain.
Info Other: N/A
Rolling Meadows ATV Park
Rolling Meadows ATV Park
279 Johnson St.
Roanoke, AL 36274
Nearest Town: Roanoke, AL
Trail Length: N/A
Trail Type: Wooded, open meadows, mud &
Skill Level: All Types
Park Contact: Mike
Directions: 1 Mile south of the 431
junction in Roanoke Alabama.
Trail Description: N/A
Info Other: We are a locally owned ATV park
catering to one and all who want to have some great outdoor
fun. We allow ATVs, UTVs, side-by-sides, and off road dirt
bikes. We have primitive camping available on a first come,
first serve basis for those wishing to stay the night. We
have; marked trails, hills and jumps, thick tree covered
areas, brooks and streams, wide open spaces to play in, and
of course, MUD pits and muddy play areas.
We are situated on almost 600 acres of rolling meadows,
ready for you to have a fun riding experience.
550 Welch Ave.
Talladega, AL 35160
Nearest Town: Talladega, AL
Length: 70-120 miles
Trail Type: Various
Level: All Types
Park Contact: Leah Reddick
Directions: The Top
Trails Park is located between the cities of Lincoln and
Talladega, Alabama, approximately 20 minutes south of
Interstate 20. From I-20 take exit 168 onto AL-77 South
toward Talladega/Lincoln. After about 10 miles, you’ll
take a left at the red light onto AL-275 N (it’s brand new
and some signs aren’t even up yet). Follow that for about
3.4 miles then make a left turn onto Welch Avenue.
There is a temporary TOPTRAILS sign on the left at the
turn with an arrow pointing to the left. You’ll know
you’re on the right road because it turns to gravel pretty
soon and you’ll pass a water treatment facility on the
right. As you approach the gate, just stop so that
you can pay the entry fee to the guards.
Trail Description: Currently over 70 miles of official
trails, with probably an additional 50 miles of unofficial
trails. For ATVs, SxS, Dirtbikes, Mountain Bikes. No 4x4,
etc. Trails of all types: flat easy, medium, expert. Some
mountainous, some flatland. All forest related. Old WWII
Ammunition Storage Facility with 136 Concrete Igloos.
Info Other: As of March 2013 cost $5 per person per day
to ride. Environmental Welcome Center and Full Hookup
Campgrounds to open around August 2013. Primitive camping
available currently at $10/night. Open 365/7.
Last Updated: April 3,