Yep, from Woodbury Tn here. Ride at Prentiss Cooper WMA and Windrock in Oliver Springs TN
Near Lewisburg or Columbia?Muary county about 60 miles south of nashville
Went to Windrock with a few buddys yesterday. It was slick and light mud with lots of frozen puddles to ride through. Had a really good timeCome on boys I know theres gotta be more Tennessee boys out there than this.
I've only been there once and didn't see any trail markers or maps. Most of the trails either dead end or loop so you should be OK. With all the people that will probably be around there this weekend you should have plenty of help if you happen to get lost.Taking my son to prentice cooper on Friday. First time there. Any recommended trails? Do they have trail maps?
He should have a really good time there. Not very difficult. and fun to ride. There is one place that drops done a hill with a very steep off camber trail. Don't try it. I crashed there last September and it hurt something awful....not to mention you will have someone on the back. Take him done to Haley creek....you should be able to cross it this time of year, and if not just turn around and go back to the main drive through the WMA. Have fun and be careful...VandalThanks! His first time riding trails through the woods. I showed him some youtube videos and he's super excited! I have a rack bag on back with a seat built in for him...
I think most will agree the best trails in TN are in the eastern part. Windrock, Brimstone and Royal Blue are three that will offer great trail riding for all levels of expertise. As far as a lake or pond on site I know of none. I'm sure there is either motels, campgrounds or cabin rental at some of these places. Google them and see what they say. Sorry....the middle of the state doesn't have a lot to offer for trail ridingHey guys, I'm going to be coming down from Northern Illinois the first week of October to pick up a sportsman 570 from abernathys in union city TN. My girlfriend and I are looking for a cabin in the woods/mountains, hopefully with a pond on site and relatively close to atv trails. Any suggestions? I Google but there are SO many places I can't make heads or tails. My girlfriend is a beginning rider so simple trails would be best for safety.
If you can reccomendation a riding park and or a cabin rental I'm all ears! We are willing to go anywhere in the state but would prefer somewhere in the central part of the state.
^^^^^^^^Look up three postsI would check out Land Between The Lakes in Kentucky. The have an OHV area.
Plus camping, cabins.
Even though Turkey Bay has low elevation its a good ride with some good hills, some mud and probably some dust this time of year. A good friend of mine lives near there and really likes riding Turkey bay. And this way its not a 5 hour trip to east Tennessee to get to ride something good, plus the lakes are great. There are elk there and Bison and lots of deer. A lot to see at land between the lakesThanks for the info. I just reviewed a topographical map of the state and realize the elevation is primarily in the eastern part of the state.
We travel much farther to go to West Virginia to ride, so its just how bad you really want to ride I guessYeah i grew up next to windrock, unfortunately i live 5 hours away from there now lol
I'm sure you doYeah, i guess i just took it for granted living that close to great riding lol. Out here it's nothing but mud holes, I need more mountains!!We travel much farther to go to West Virginia to ride, so its just how bad you really want to ride I guessYeah i grew up next to windrock, unfortunately i live 5 hours away from there now lol