The Best Off Road Trails And Parks In America Have Been Named

There’s something exhilarating about off-roading, or taking your vehicle off the beaten path to explore untamed parks, trails, and paths.

America is filled with places to off-road, but some are undoubtedly better than others. Part Catalog, a car and truck accessories website, has released its annual list of the top off-road trails and parks in the country. Off-roading enthusiasts will be itching to check out these awesome places.

Check out the list below for the best off-roading spot in each state.

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* Stoney Lonesome – Bremen, Alabama
* Backway to Crown King – Peoria, Arizona
* Hot Springs ORV Park – Hot Springs, Arkansas
* Rubicon – Georgetown, California
* Black Bear Pass – Red Mountain Pass, Colorado
* The Swamp Off-Road Park – Chipley, Florida
* River Rock ORV – Milledgeville, Georgia
* Two Rivers Jeep Club – Pittsfield, Illinois
* Badlands – Attica, Indiana
* Kansas Rocks Recreation Park – Mapleton, Kansas
* Blue Holler Offroad Park – Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
* Muddy Bottoms – Sarepta, Louisiana
* Down East Sunrise – Ellsworth, Maine
* Assateague Island Beach – Berlin, Maryland
* Nauset Beach – East Orleans, Massachusetts
* Drummond Island – Drummond, Michigan
* Iron Range – Gilbert, Minnesota
* Barnyard Mudboggers – Fulton, Mississippi
* SMORR – Seymour, Missouri
* Halsey National Forest – Halsey, Nebraska
* Genoa Peak Road – Stateline, Nevada
* Jericho Mountain – Berlin, New Hampshire
* Wharton State Forest – Hammonton, New Jersey
* Las Cruces – Las Cruces, New Mexico
* Tall Pines – Andover, New York
* Uwharrie OHV Trail System – Uwharrie, North Carolina
* Southington Offroad Park – Garrettsville, Ohio
* Disney – Disney, Oklahoma
* Rim Butte OHV Area – Deschutes National Forest, Oregon
* Rausch Creek Off Road Park – Tremont, Pennsylvania
* Gulches Offroad Park – Waterloo, South Carolina
* Talsma’s Trail Park – Avon, South Dakota
* Windrock Park Campground – Oliver Springs, Tennessee
* Wolf Caves Off Road Park – Mason, Texas
* Moab – Moab, Utah
* Big Dogs Offroad – Gore, Virginia
* Moses Lakes Mud Flats & Sand Dunes – Grant, Washington
* Chaos Off Road Park – Capon Bridge, West Virginia
* Mole Lake Trails – Mole Lake, Wisconsin

Though we’ve only included the top off-roading spot in each state, Part Catalog actually determined the top five spots in each state and released the info here. You can also check out the best off-roading locations for 2015 and 2016.

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