Top 5 Off-road Spots in the Southeast

Summer is just around the corner. So what better time to take a break from our regular News Refresh to sound off on the Top 5 trails in the Southeast?

Here’s our Top 5 :

What spot did we miss? Let us know in the comments.

Transcript :

The Southeast may not have Rubicon or Moab, but it’s still home to some of the most beautiful and challenging 4×4 trails in the US!

So we put the best of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee against each other to find the 5 best trails in the Southeast.

At the top of our list is the privately owned Superlift ORV Park in Arkansas. It may not be the most open and expansive park, but it features 1250 pristine wooded acres mazed with trails to explore. Campgrounds and cabins are scattered through the park along with a bath house and RC crawling course.

Next on our list is Tennessee’s Ride Royal Blue Resort. The woodland resort offers clean cabins and campsites along with 600 miles of trails for all skill levels. On any given day you’ll roll passed majestic vistas, waterfalls and muddy rivers.

At number 3 is Ocala National Forest. It’s the perfect place for a summer getaway with 607 square miles of lakes, rivers, springs and the world’s largest contiguous sand pine scrub forest.

You can take a shorter-day ride along the Wandering Wiregrass Trail or go for a longer adventure on the Ocala North Trail. Either way you’re sure to enjoy the change of scenery the national park brings.

At number 2 on our list is Smorr. That’s Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch.

SMORR is consistently one of the highest rated off-road spots in the southeast thanks to fun to ride trails and well-kept amenities.

940+ acres of terrain offers something for everyone. Their well marked trails range from difficulties of Level 1 “easy” to Level 6 “hardcore”. The rates are also reasonable at just $25 per vehicle for a 1 day pass.

Finally, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Park tops our list! Georgia’s absolutely gorgeous off-roading destination offers some of the best trails to take your Jeep to in the South.

The trail paradise offers everything from scenic mountains, rolling hills, wild rushing rivers and cascading waterfalls.

Georgia rounds off our list of trails for the Southeast but do you think we missed a spot? Let us know in the comments below.

Wherever you take your 4×4 to, be sure to send us videos of your adventures to our Facebook page here.

Until next time I’m Ken with 4WheelOnline.

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