Hog Waller Mud Bog – Palatka FL
- Terrain: 1,100 acres, 50+ miles of ATV trails
- RV Water/Electric: $45 (reservations required)
- Dry Camping For Tents & RVs: Free (no reservation required)
- Entry Fees:
- 1 – 4 Day Pass: $20 – $60 (cash only!)
- Children < 10: Fee
- Open: Year round
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, UTV, Jeeps, full size
Dirt bikes and 3 wheelers aren’t allowed at this park.
Even if you don’t have a vehicle, you can still enjoy the mudding at Hog Waller. Plenty of people come out just to watch the events, especially the truck events which feature big modified beasts.
The big 6 acre main mud pit is built with both fun and safety in mind – it’s dug 10 feet down and has a cable safety fence all around it. This is a massive pit and crowds gather round to watch the gladiators dual it out in the mud.
There are also a few other smaller mud holes throughout the riding area for ATVs and SxS.
They have weekends for just ATVs/SxS/UTVs and weekends for trucks. Trucks are not allowed during the ATV weekends, but all vehicles are allowed on truck weekends. Trucks aren’t allowed on the trails, only in the main mud pit.
During truck weekends, the big pit is dominated by trucks, so you won’t be able to enjoy that in a smaller OHV, but you still can still ride the trails. Plus, it’s a lot of fun to watch the big boys in their heavily modified rigs play.
If you don’t have your own vehicle, they have 4 seat Honda Pioneer 700s available for rent onsite.
An onsite restaurant, the Hog Trough Restaurant, is open on weekends for grabbing a quick bite. An onsite store is also open on weekends for drinks and snacks.
They also sell parts and have an onsite mobile tech available for repairs on Saturdays.
Dry rustic cabins are available for rent, but you have to provide your own mattress. Not sure I want to provide my own mattress at $112 a night….
Possum Creek Off-Road Park – Ray City GA
- Terrain: 450 acres
- Camping: Free (included in price)
- Entry Fee: $20
- Children < 10: Free
- Open: Year round, 2nd and 4th weekend of every month (some exceptions)
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTV, Jeeps, monster trucks, dirt bikes, golf carts, “anything with wheels”
This ATV park has a consistent 4.9 out of 5 star rating. Louisiana has some fantastic ATV mud parks and this is one of the best.
This is a very family friendly park. Not as raucous as some of the larger “event” parks which can get a bit crazy during events.
Lots of water, lots of mud!
A natural onsite creek skirts the property, but you’re not allowed to ride in it. Fortunately, they put in a man made creek for fun water riding.
There are also ponds, hills and woods. Plenty of mud, plus wet and dry trails round out the excellent riding opportunities.
Free dry camping is included in the price of addition. There are no hook ups, but free is pretty hard to beat.
They have 5 new showers with hot water. Currently only porta potties are available, but future plans include adding restrooms.
Every Saturday from 10am – 5pm, they have onsite food. Grab some grub made with love by Archie and Paula; they’re serving up delicious food at good prices. All the standards like burgers, dogs and fries plus sometimes they have specials like BBQ, sausages and mac n cheese. Cold drinks and desserts are also available.
Kids will enjoy playing in the small swimming hole.
Pets are welcome. Two washing stations ensure you can clean your vehicle off before you pack up.
ATV Mud Parks
Mudfest – Colfax LA
- Terrain: 300+ acres
- Non Event RV Camping:
- Water/electric: $30
- Full Hookup: $35
- Dry Camping: $15
- Daily Entry Fees:
- Adults/Children > 13: $13
- Military: $10
- Children 6 – 12: $5
- Children < 5: Free
- Open: Year round, weekends only (Thurs – Sun)
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, UTV, full sized
For some ATV mud parks, mud is just a small part of what they offer, but this park is dedicated to mud. In fact, it’s pretty much all mud! They have truck pits, bounty holes, a huge back area full of mud pits as well as some smaller mud pits closer to the camping area.
With an enviable location on the Red River, Mudfest has the river front Mudcat Saloon serving the “coldest beer in central Louisiana”. 28 degrees cold exactly!
If offroading isn’t your thing or you’re looking to diversify your fun, there’s also a marina to put in a boat year round. It costs $5 to launch a boat.
Events at this park can get wild and crazy! One big event they hold is the annual Triple X Motorsports Swamp Shootout.
Depending on the event, they have some excellent music as well as vendors selling food and merch.
On weekends with special events, entry prices and camping fees go up considerably.
For events, expect to pay an entry fee of about $70 – $80 for the entire weekend. Dry camping during events doubles to $30 a night while hookups also jump up depending on the event.
Discount weekly and monthly camping rates are also available, but it excludes special events and riding fees aren’t included.
The Mounds – Mt. Morris MI
- Terrain: 9.5 trail miles, 230 riding acres
- Camping: Wolverine Campground, not onsite
- Camping Fees: $30 – $39 (2 vehicles per site, extra vehicles are $8 a day)
- Entry Fees: $15 per vehicle daily
- Genesee County Resident: $10 per vehicle daily
- Michigan ORV Sticker: $26.25 (required, can be purchase onsite)
- Open: Year round, 7 days a week (limited riding in spring)
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTV, dirt bikes, Jeeps, full sized trucks
With a slogan like “Making grown men cry since 1971”, you just know you’re gonna have a good time at The Mounds.
Get ready to get dirty! This park features 7 mud holes plus many more additional mud features – pits and trails – some shallow, some deep. Whether you want to go deep or just muck about, this park has what you’re looking for.
But, if you’re not into mud, you can still have a great time – there are trails, rock obstacles and pits to keep you busy.
The mounds are open 365 days a year, but from March 15 through May 15, only the 8 acre scramble area is open to ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes. During this time, full sized vehicles aren’t allowed.
One nice feature of this park is that about 2/3 of the trails are set aside for just ATVs, SxS and dirt bikes. With no full sized vehicles allowed on these trails, it’s much safer for smaller vehicles.
Full sized vehicles still have plenty of room to roam with 1/3 of the trails open to all vehicles.
This offroading park is operated by Genesee County in Michigan, so Genesee County residents get a $5 discount off the entry fee.
Camping is available at the Wolverine Campground which is only 7.5 miles from the riding area. Unfortunately it’s not ride in ride out, you’ll need to trailer to The Mounds.
Campground is open from April 29 – October 24. Located on a pretty little lake, this 200 site campground is an excellent place to camp.
Rocks Bottom Offroad ATV Park – Forest MS
- Terrain: 670 acres, 30 miles of trails
- 30 amp / water: $30 per night
- 50 amp / water: $40 per night
- Entry Fees:
- Adults: $15
- Children < 10: Free
- Open: Year round, weekends only
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, UTV
Nice family friendly ATV mud park. Located on 670 acres, they have about 30 miles of trails with hills, ponds and a creek. Mud holes and a racing mud pit make sure you’ll have plenty of opportunity for getting dirty.
Hot showers and a vehicle wash station are available onsite.
They have sites with 30/50 amp and water hookups.
Dry rustic bunkhouses where you provide your own bedding are available for rent.
They have a website, but it’s bare bones, the best place to get info is on their Facebook page.
Website: Rocks Bottom Offroad ATV Park
Facebook: Rocks Bottom Offroad ATV Park
River Run ATV Park – Jacksonville TX
- Terrain: 2,000 acres
- Dry Camping: $10
- Water/ Electric 1st & 2nd night: $25, each additional night $20
- Water/ Electric Events: $100 (does not include entry fee)
- Tent: Free
- Entry Fees:
- Adults: $20 – $35
- Children 11 – 17: $15 – $25
- Children < 10: Free
- Open: Year round
- Vehicles Allowed: ATV, UTV, 4 x 4 trucks, golf carts, horses, bicycles
River Run ATV Park is a campground with extensive acreage set aside for offroading.
Several miles of trails meander through the acreage. Riders can enjoy both extreme mud trails as well as dry trails and scenic drives with views of the river. Mud bogs and pits abound.
The campground/riding area is located on a big stretch of the Neches River. There are several places where you can take a quick cool down swim or fish.
This is a fun park that hosts about 8 big exciting annual events a year with music, contests and plenty of fun. They even have a fundraising event for cancer – Muddin for a Cure. Fundraising and mudding …. who wouldn’t want to support that?
Other events include: Mudaholic Convention, New Years Ride, Mardi Gras Ride and more.
Events cost more for both camping and entry fees.
Their admission fee is billed as a “campground fee”, but this doesn’t actually cover camping. Camping costs extra. I’m guessing it’s set up like this for legal/liability issues.
This is a big campground with a dump station, hot showers and an onsite convenience store selling cold drinks and ATV essentials/parts. Dry cabins with access to a bathhouse are also available to rent.