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Find the top rated atv trails in Pennsylvania, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
The Marienville Bike Trail is part of a system of roads and trails in the Allegheny National Forest. The trails are open to mountain bikes, trail bikes, and ATVs and are rated as difficult because of...
|PA||23.3 mi||Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, Gravel||
Coordinated by the Snow Shoe Rails to Trails Association (SSRTA), the Snow Shoe Trail caters primarily to ATV and off-road motorcycle enthusiasts. It is open to other users as well, but the rough...
|PA||18.5 mi||Ballast, Gravel||
Decent trail in the middle but the ends leave a lot to desire. Shame that there isn't a local group to do some work as the whole trail is fairly level.
This lonely trail has a HORRIBLE surface for the vast majority of its length. There were very few crushed stone areas, although not packed down enough to keep from sinking in some spots.
I rode the entire trail today round trip. My odometer read 23.70 miles. The ride was not fun. The trail is mostly stones, NOT crushed, and VERY rough.
Additionally, for this entire trip, I saw a total of five other trail users, all walking, not cycling - even though it was a beautiful day. This was my first trip on this trail, and my last unless I find that it has been re-surfaced. It just wasn't worth it.
While this is a great, mostly paved and shady trail, you must watch carefully for the very fast and inconsiderate road riders who don’t let you know they are there. Often times you cannot hear them and they dodge in and out passing in very dangerous areas. We love how well-kept the trail is but the speed merchants make it difficult to ride especially on the weekends!
Nice walk with my dog. Beautiful scenery. My new favorite for a walk.
Started in new Bethlehem at mile marker 20. Headed west to the Allegheny river at mile 0. Then back. 4 hours and 45 minutes. Mostly tree covered. Trail is in excellent condition.
I loved walking the Limerick Trail today. It will be my option when it has recently rained and not too hot. My development did not include anywhere to walk the dog and bike except sidewalks in front of neighbor properties. Having the dog do his "business" on neighbor lawns is not a preferred option. I use the different trails in the area for different weather conditions. I love the woods and the meadows and the ones with a creek. Tall grass and woods require a thorough tick check at this time of year. I hope it is well-maintained and plan on sending in a donation. Went to the Kurylo Park, which at one time, had mowed a mile trail and a half mile trail choice through the meadows. Last week, since it was not mowed, my ankles were spotted with ticks. Thank you
WOW…..non-paved trails don’t get any better than this one folks!!! Rode from Mt J to Kinzua after a heavy downpour and only had 1 puddle right at the end in the state park. Wonderful crushed gravel surface…smooth…no bumps…no potholes…no soft spots…grass edges nicely mowed…trees trimmed back…shaded the whole way…milemarkers every .5 miles…interpretive signs with area history…and to top it off it goes directly to a bridge that was at one time called the eighth wonder of the world…SWEET!!! Major kudos to the folks who built and maintained this section. I see they have a crawler tractor, a trail groomer and even a huge vacuum. Keep up the great work. Thank you…bikin-mike June 2022
P.s. Looking forward to returning someday and riding the whole 70 miles when it’s done.
P.s.s. I was expecting some eating places in Mt Jewett. Only saw 1 cafe that closed at 2.
Rode Franklin to Emlenton (55 mi round trip) on a sunny day with no humidity. Loved river views, two long tunnels times two, wildlife sightings, low trail traffic, and Belmar Bridge that carries the Sandy Creek Trail over the Allegheny River and Trail. Disliked bumpy trail surface south of Kennerdell Tunnel. Really disliked .75-mile rough gravel road detour at Sunny Slope resort community.
Love this trail! Great Surface, views, bridges, waterfalls, eagles, sun, shade, its got it all! Can't wait till Martic forge is open again.
This section of trail is completely cleared wide. Very nice! Great place for summer hike, run, bike.
Beautiful scenery, great for families.
The rough trail crossing at 2nd St. Coplay has been repaved for a smooth walk or bike ride. Safety crossing lines will be added soon.Ray Bieak - IRT
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