Guide to Off-Roading and ATV Parks in Mississippi

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Once you have an incredible off-road vehicle like one of our Bad Boys, you may consider taking it for a special trip. The state of Mississippi has a number of public and private parks. Want to go off-roading but don’t know where to start? Ben Nelson has the latest ATVs and side-by-sides perfectly designed for these trails. Click here to check them out!

Mississippi ATV Off Road locations
 

We’ve listed thirteen places below, all over the state, where you can bring your ATV. Many of these unique parks offer specials, camping, holiday events, and even crawfish boils. There’s definitely a park for everyone!

Before you head out, let us give you two tips. First, make sure you call ahead to make sure that the park you’re headed to is open. Second, print out a copy of the park’s liability waiver and have it notarized (if applicable). Oh, and don’t forget your helmet!

North Mississippi

Trace State Park

Tupelo, MS
Open year round.
This park offers it all: hiking, fishing, camping, jet skiing, boating, and camping. You can reserve your camp site online. ATVs need to be transported to and from the trail area. The park has 35 miles of trails. Helmets are required.

Mud Slangers Off Road Trails 

Woodland, MS
Open on weekends spring to fall. Offering trails, mud holes, hill climbing, and primitive camping.

The Delta

Warfield Point Park 

Greenville, MS
Open year round from 8am – 5pm. Park occasionally closes when the Mississippi River is over 46 feet.
Offering camping and RV facilities, hot showers, ATV trails on natural Mississippi River ridges. The park is certified by the ATV Safety Institute to conduct rider safety training classes.

Central Mississippi

Crossroads ATV Park 

Clinton, MS
Open on weekends only, February through November, rain or shine.
Offering mud pits, leisure trails, ATV radiator wash rack, primitive camping, an 8-acre lake, snack bar, and shower area. 

Burden’s Creek ATV Park 

Mount Olive, MS
Open 7 days a week, 12 months a year.
Offering 400 acres of water wheelie and mud pits, shaded creek, countless miles of trail, shower area, primitive camping, and concession stand.

Copiah Creek Campground 

Georgetown, MS
Open Friday-Sunday for ATVs March-September
Offering many beautiful miles of wooded trails on both sides as well as the deep, muddy, Copiah Creek. Also offering primitive and RV camping.

East Mississippi

Meridian OHV Park 

Meridian, MS
Open 6am – 9pm every day
This is a private, members-only park for dirt bike, ATV, and UTV riders on over 800 acres.

South Mississippi

Up the Creek Acres 

Carriere, MS
“We Never Close”
Offering 15 miles of riding trails, nightg riding, swimming, fishing, and camping with hot showers.

Desoto National Forest‘s Little Tiger ATV Trail

Richton, MS
Open year round, but closed when ground is too saturated.
12 miles of woods trails for dirt bikes and ATVs. Warm up, main, and short loops. Camping is permitted and amenities include picnic tables, shaded parking, and a vault toilet.

Muddy Buddy’s 

Kiln, MS
Open daily from 9am – 8pm
Offering 600+ acres of hiking, ATV & UTV trails, fishing, swimming, mud bogs, 200 RV camp sites, tent sites, coin-op laundromat, outdoor showers and bath houses, salt water pool, sandy beach, rope swing, and lake slide. 

Texas Flat Off Road 

Kiln, MS
Open weekends and for groups during the week by appointment.
Offering 400 acres of ATV off-road trails and mud.

The Park 

Perkinston, MS
Open every day 9am – 5pm
Offering ATV trails, RV sites, fishing, horseshoes, arcade/game room, 24/7 laundromat, and salt water pool.

Red Creek Off Road 

Perkinston, MS
Open on weekends starting at 11am on Friday until 6pm on Sunday.
Offering all night riding and primitive camping, cabins, and RV sites.