Tennessee Windrock Mountain OHV Area ATV Trails
Mud bogging looks like fun–right? Put on your ATV mud tires and take your ATV through a mud bug, or your 4×4 mud truck! Whether you have a mud bath, a mud run, or get through the mud bog, it will be a challenge.
Are you looking for new ATV trails to ride? Nothing beats the 72,000 acres owned by the Coal Creek Mining and Manufacturing Company, who have an agreement with Windrock ATV (a non-profit, all volunteer club) to maintain the ATV trail system and participate in distributing the ATV land use permits.
So what can you expect to find on the Windrock trails? Whatever you’re looking for! From paved roads to mountain climbing trails, there’s something to challenge your ATV and your skills, no doubt about it.
Who will you find on the trails? Well, just about every kind of off road vehicle and driver looking for a challenge. That includes typical ATVs or quods, dirt bikes, jeeps, 4 x 4 trucks, and rail buggies. Trails are maintained and marked for the different types, so the courses are safe. And judging from the mud splattered jeeps I saw, more than a little fun!
Try these links for more info on an area north of Windrock–the Royal Blue Wildlife Management area:
If you’re using the ATV trails, looking for a place to stay, — Oak Ridge — http://www.cortn.org/home — is only a few miles away.