Sandy Creek Farms is one of Tennessee’s newest and most exclusive options for ATV riding, fishing, lodging, and more.
Sandy Creek Farms is a wedding and event venue in Springville, TN (West Tennessee). Our 430 private acre offers ATV riding, golf cart riding, fishing on a private lake, and lots of trails!
We also offer excellent lodging options. You can learn more about our lodging here.
Sandy Creek Farms is worth visiting, whether you’re having a significant event or want to visit and check out the fantastic private property.
Here are our highlights:
- 430+ acres with manicured forests and trails
- Private, stocked lake for fishing & non-motorized boating
- A state-of-the-art fitness center
- Outdoor games & hunting opportunities
- Watercraft rentals – 1 paddleboat & 2 canoes
- 6 overnight accommodations
- Two laundry facilities
- Tables, chairs, lighting, and sound system
- On-site kitchen for your use
- On-site parking for you & your guests
Click here to take a virtual tour of the property.
What are some other ATV trails Tennessee?
Several other options in ATV trails Tennessee are also notable for ATV riding. We recommend checking them all out if you are an ATV enthusiast!
What are some of the best ATV resorts in Tennessee?
Brimstone Recreation is the best ATV resort in Tennessee. Brimstone has miles of trails to explore and various other activities such as hiking, fishing, and camping.
What is Brimstone Recreation?
Brimstone Recreation is an off-road park that offers a variety of trails through wooded and hilly areas. The park is open Sundays through Fridays from 9 am to 5 pm, and Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm. Motorcycles, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, UTV, and SXS, are permitted on the trails.
Windrock Trail Head
Windrock Trail Head is another excellent option for ATV enthusiasts. Windrock Trail Head is one of the top off-road destinations north of Oliver Springs, Tennessee. The trailhead offers more than 300 miles of trail on more than 73,000 acres of land. Campground amenities include furnished cabins, full-hookup RV sites, and designated tent sites. The park is open daily year-round.
Woolys Off-Road Area
Woolys Off-Road Area is an excellent place to ride your ATV. Woolys Off-Road Area is another great place to ride your ATV. Woolys offers over 200 miles of trails and is open year-round.
Adventure Off Road Park
Adventure Off Road Park is a park that offers a range of trails for all vehicle types. The terrain at Adventure Off Road Park varies from rugged and steep hills to mud pits to rock gardens to unique obstacle courses.
Riding is allowed on weekdays by appointment only. Camping is allowed in developed sites only with plenty of space for tents and trailers. Basic toiletries, automotive parts, trail maps, and clothing are available at the park office. RV hookups are available for a fee, but it’s on a first-come, first-served basis.
Buffalo Mountain ATV Trail
Buffalo Mountain ATV Trail is another excellent place to ride your ATV. Buffalo Mountain offers over 100 miles of trails to explore. The mostly shaded trail is marked but not rated and is lightly maintained.
Doe Mountain Recreation Area
The Doe Mountain Recreation Area offers trails that are rated and lightly maintained. The trails are open to motorcycles, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, UTVs, and SXS. Camping is prohibited in the area but is available at the nearby R&D Campground with direct rail access. For more information, check out their website. Doe Mountain Recreation Area is another great place to ride your ATV. Doe Mountain offers over 50 miles of trails to explore.
North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area
The North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area (NCWMA) offers more than 600 miles of multi-use trail system. The three trail systems, Windrock Park, Brimstone Recreation, and Royal Blue Wildlife Management Area, are open to ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes.
Riders must have a WMA permit or a North Cumberland Special Use Permit to ride all three trail systems. Only one permit per rider is necessary to ride all three trail systems.
The NCWMA is located in East Tennessee and offers some of the best off-road ridings in the state.
Keep reading to learn more about each resort and a few more resorts that made our list!
Prentice Cooper State Forest
Prentice Cooper State Forest offers 50 miles of marked, lightly maintained, but unrated ATV trails. The trails are open from March 15 to December 19. Motorcycles, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, UTVs, SXS, SUVs, Jeeps, dune buggy, and sand rail (4×4) can use the trails. There is no need for riders to secure a permit.
There are two campgrounds in the State Forest with direct trail access. Long trailers and RVs are better accommodated at the Hunters Check Station because there’s more turnaround room.
Contact the forest Supervisor of Prentice Cooper State Forest to learn more about what kind of vehicles are allowed on the trails and how to obtain a permit (if necessary).
Ride Royal Blue ATV Resort And Campground
Ride Royal Blue ATV Resort and Campground is a family-oriented ATV resort. The trail weaves through heavily wooded areas and will take riders through scenic spots, including abandoned mines, large boulder formations, and a few waterfalls. Motorcycles, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, UTVs, SXS, SUVs, Jeeps, dune buggies, and 4×4 sandrails can use the trails. There are many water crossings, some hill climbs, and a few small jumps. A TWRA Riding Permit is required. Riders are required to wear blaze orange vests from November through January.
Stinking Creek ATV Campground
Stinking Creek ATV Campground provides direct access to the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area with more than 900 multiple-use trails. The campground offers riders and their families various amenities, including back-in and pull-through sites with full hookups, rental homes (2 bedrooms or three bedrooms), firewood, and ice. They also offer a guided tour service. Riders must secure a TWRA Permit to ride the North Cumberland WMA Trails. All types of OHVs are allowed on the trails. Check out their website for more info.
Wheelin’ In The Country
Wheelin’ In The Country is a privately owned ATV resort that offers more than 10 miles of trails through 700 acres of forested areas. The park is open for riding during specific weekends, and all types of OHVs except 3-wheelers can ride on the trails. No permit is necessary.
The numerous 4×4 courses have deep mud pits, ponds, ravines, and steep hill climbs. Primitive camping facilities are available without any fee. RV hookups, however, are available for an additional cost.
Park amenities include restrooms, hot showers, a concession stand, and a repair shop. Contact Wheelin in the Country for more information regarding fees for riding, camping, etc.
Bell Ridge Retreat
Bell Ridge Retreat is one of the newest campgrounds to recently open to the public. The trails are only open when conditions are dry, so it’s best to check the conditions before heading out. The park’s spacious campground can accommodate over 50 RVs with full hookups, 30 sites for tents, and 12 cabins. Other park amenities include a bathhouse, laundromat, onsite store, and golf cart rentals.