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Check out the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area. Its in both Cumberland and Morgan Counties. As long as its not closed for big game hunting, you can ride four wheelers all day long on all the trails, and there are places to camp near by. As far as i know, its the most remote area in our state. Lots of hills, mountains, trails, nice views, water, mud and more.

However, check the dates on it, this time of year it closes and wont reopen till the spring. It always closes during big game hunting season and select other hunts

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Maybe some fellow Tennesseans could help me out as well.... I'm in middle Tenn, I know of the Turkey Bay OHV trails up at LBL, but does anybody ride any other places?

We have locally Buffalo Mountain here in East TN. Its located in Unicoi County.

Some other TN Locations are:

Buffalo Mountain ATV Trail

There is Coal Ceek OHV Trails

A smaller area of trail riding is located at the I-81 Motorsports Park in Greeneville, TN So if you came up here to ride you can stop by & ride these trails.

Not sure if this is to far out for you but I have heard the Hatfield-McCoy Trails in VA are awesome.

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Not sure if this is to far out for you but I have heard the Hatfield-McCoy Trails in VA are awesome.

The Hatfield McCoy Trails are a great place to ride! I know that it is not that bad of a trip! I have made many trips between Tennessee and southern WV.

If you every want to plan a trip, don't hesitate to contact us. We can tell you anything that you want to know about the trail system!

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I go to brimstone 5+ times a year, about 20,000 acres of all kinds of terrain! Huge events, but no trail traffic. Also wheelin in the country and coal creek are southern middle Tennessee. If you wanna come down to north Alabama we can go ride bice mountain (coal mine). I'm about 15 minutes from the state line, off Winchester road back in the boonies, lol. Seriously thought PM me if anyone wants to plan a trip!

Brimstone Recreation - ATV Park in TN - Plan Your Adventure

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We live in Georgia and drive up to Prentice Cooper, in Chattanooga,  quite often to ride. Lots of FREE trails to ride up there. Game Reserve Road....little over an hours drive from my house. Royal Blue, Windrock and Brimstone are good too..but require permits. Yearly permit would be cheap for a TN resident though. 

 

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