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Got this from my NC ATV forum

Below you will find a list of 12 North Carolina Off Highway/Road Vehicle Trail Systems and Reviews' about them.

First here is a great link to most of the NC OHV's:
NC Natural http://ncnatural.com/NCUSFS/orv.html

North Carolina Motor Sports Park :T/R-28/78
NCMP is located near Louisburg NC. This place offers some of the best woods trails I have ever ridden. But bring your (A) game because some of the stuff will test ever bit of your ability. The trails are nice and tight with lots of very interesting turns. The advanced trails should only be ridden by experts. The New Beginner Trail is Perfect for just cruising with the Family. NCMP offers 2 adult MX tracks. The practice or Intermediate track is perfect for beginners to just putt putt around without being intimidated while still being fun for more advanced riders. The Super-MotoCross Track is Huge and is set up for Advanced and Pro Riders, even if that is beyond your ability you should check out the track cause its fun to watch. The TT Track is Awesome. Smooth, Fast and tons of tight turns. NCMP also offers a 2 Really cool Kids Track were the little ones can play without worrying about some hotshot running them over. The first one is located next to the Intermediate MX track and the second is located behind the Super MotoCross. I highly recommend to anyone to go check this place out. Click the link below and check out NCMP's web site.

News Update:
NCMP is the Location for the Up and Coming AtvNC Group Ride Oct 28th 29th 30th 2005.

Trail Difficulty Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails..........................................10
(2. ) Intermediate Trails....................................9
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................9
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View..10
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail..............................10
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ....................7
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers...............................5
(8.) Food, Vending. Water................................5
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station..............................0
(10) Camping, Parking area..............................8
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners..............5
Trail Rating Total Only: ......................... 28 out of 30.
Combind Points Total: .......................... 78 out of 105.

Cost:
(Membership required. One Year membership $30.00 / Weekend Membership for people coming from out of state $5.00.) (Plus Daily fee of $15.00 or $25.00 for two day [email protected]$$.)

GPS:
NCMP front entrance. W -78.27982 N 36.16019

Directions:
From Louisburg take 401 North to Cheeks Quarters Rd 401.

Contacts:
[email protected]

Links:
http://www.ncmotorsportspark.com/


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BUSCO IS THE SHIT!!!!!
Busco Beach : T/R - 19/74
Busco is located near Goldsboro NC. It offers a diverse combination of terrain to ride. You can choose from "Sand Pits, Fire Roads, Woods Trails, to Massive Mud Holes". The Trail System runs very close to the Nuese River so when the water is up, you can expect tons of mud. If you ride a Sport Quad do not let the Mud-High/Water scary you because this place is great for all types of ATV's with plenty dry sand areas to keep you from spending the whole day trying to get unstuck. Busco has a huge Parking/Camping Area and offers a nice Vending Food Stand. Plus there are Clean Restrooms and Shower. Smiley It even gets better because they also offer a ATV Wash Off Station. Smiley The Lakes Sandy Beaches are very nicely groomed so they make a GREAT place to Swim after a hard days riding. Near the Food stand they have a big stage where Busco brings in Bands to play. Another Bonus is all the Eye Candy minus a frog or two. Smiley I only have 3 complaints and they are, (1. No Kids/Family only Area for the beginners to learn without fear of some hot shot running them over.) (2. Trails are all TWO WAY, which is dangerous and should be changed.) (3. I got charged an entry fee for a quad that WAS NEVER going to be used.) Even with those 3 beefs, Busco has so much Good to offer that I would not hesitate to go back again and again. This place gets my Stamp for "I Highly recommend".

Trail Difficulty Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails...........................................10
(2. ) Intermediate Trails.....................................10
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................8
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View...9
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail..............................0
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ....................7
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers...............................9
(8.) Food, Vending. Water................................9
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station...............................9
(10) Camping, Parking area...............................9
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners...............3
Trail Rating Total Only: ...........................19 out of 30.
Combind Points Total: .............................74 out of 105

Cost:
Daily fee of $5.00 per person and $10.00 per ATV/Bike.

GPS:
Busco Beach N35°21.998' W78°01.876' 89 35.36663333 -78.03126667

Contacts
For General Information Concerning Busco Beach Please Call
919-222-9614

Web Address:
www.buscobeach.com

Directions:
From Route 40 Coastal Area
Take Exit 355, bear right onto US 117 towards Goldsboro. Travel for 19.5 miles. At Burger King/Amoco (this is at a light) turn left onto SR1926 (Old Mount Olive) for 1/10 of a mile, then go around concrete median and continue straight onto SR1222 (Bryan Boulevard). Follow signs to Busco Beach and CBA event. It is about 1.8 miles on this road to event site. WATCH THIS LAST 1.8 MILES - Sharp curve and one lane bridge along the way.
From Route 70
Take US 70 East. Take exit onto US 13/117. Turn right at Burger King/Amoco onto SR1926 (Old Mount Olive) for about 1/10 mile. Go around concrete median and continue straight onto SR1222 (Bryan Boulevard). Follow signs to Busco Beach and CBA Event. It is about 1.8 miles on this road to event site.

From From Charlotte Area or Greensboro.
I-85 to I-40 towards Raleigh. At I-40 Exit 306 you will merge onto US 70 East. Go East on 70hwy approx 40 miles and then merge onto US117/US13S ( note this is a exit off of 70hwy that is on your Right after you pass Preformance East Atv's ). Go approx 4 miles Turn right onto SR1926 (Old Mount Olive). There is an Burger King/Amoco at this corner and a light. Go around concrete median and continue straight onto SR1222 (Bryan Blvd). Follow signs to Busco Beach and CBA Event. It is about 1.8 miles on this road to event site.






Upper Tellico OHV : [/b]
Tellico OHV is located in the Nantahala National Forest. Upper Tellico’s 8,000 acres are known for great four-wheeling. The Tellico River crosses this high-elevation basin’s rugged, steep terrain. Most trails are open to all types of off-highway vehicles; one trail is restricted to all-terrain vehicles only. Many trails are rough and challenging, requiring front and rear tow hooks, winches, special tires, and other features on 4-wheel drive vehicles. This trail system is extreme, be-careful and wear a helmet.

Trail Difficulty Rating:
Beginner Friendly trails. ( NO ) Trails a little tough and unsafe for first timers.
Intermediate Fun Trails. ( Yes )
Advanced, Expert Trails. ( Yes ) As tough as it can get, bring a wench and tow ropes.

Cost:
Daily Fee of $5.00

GPS:
Tellico
Intersection of trails 1 and 4: 16 S 0767472 3903593
Intersection of trails 3 & 11: 16 S 0769897 3904460
Intersection of trails 3 & 12: 16 S 0767896 3905162
Intersection of trails 3 & 4: 16 S 0767670 3905027
Parking lot: 16 S 0767395 3901088

Contacts
Murphy, NC Blue Ridge, GA Call 1-828-494-7031 Cell 1-828-421-0747

Link: for Tellico: Directions, Trail map, Other Info.
http://www.tellico-orv.com/
http://www.4x4now.com/trncta.htm
http://www.tellico4x4.com/murphy/


Wayehutta OHV :
The Wayehutta ATV Trail system is located in the heart of the Southern Appalachians in Cullowhee, North Carolina, in the Roy Taylor Forest which is owned and managed by the US Forest Service. This 28-mile loop trail system utilizes many old logging roads and rail beds used long ago to take the timber down the mountain to market. Since 1990 the Smokey Mountain ORV Club (SMORVC) has worked with the National Forest Service to rework these roads into ideal OHV trails. This unique system twists and turns to the top of the mountain, crossing rocks, bridges and strategically placed mounds of dirt used to control erosion. Trails range from easy to most difficult. Depending on your riding style, it can be a leisurely ride to enjoy the unique scenery or a total work out if you pick up the pace. This is a family oriented trail system that also includes a trail for beginners just off the trailhead where youngsters can hone their skills while parents take a break.

Trail Difficulty Rating:
Beginner Friendly trails. ( Yes ) Very friendly place for beginners.
Intermediate Fun Trails. ( Yes )
Advanced, Expert Trails. ( Yes ) Like all mountain trail's, some hills can be tough.

Cost:
Daily Fee of $5.00

Contacts
Email: < [email protected] >
Phone: 1-828-586-5679.
US Postal: Johnny Shields at 190 Stormy Cove, Sylva North Carolina 28779.

Link: for Wayehutta: Directions, Trail map, Other Info.
http://www.sharetrails.org/magazine.cfm?story=178
http://www.franklin-chamber.com/recmap/rec13.html

Brown Mountain OHV: T/R - 23/56
Brown Mountain is located in the Pisgah National Forest, North West of the city of Morgantown NC. It offers 34 miles of mountain trails form easy to very difficult. Trails are named by numbers from 1 to 10. Trail 1a is extremely difficult so beginners may want to ride the other trails first. The Bear Cave and The Spring are both a must see, so get directions to there locations by the locals while you enjoy the great riding terrain. There are a few unmarked trails that are not legal to ride. These unmarked trails are Known by experienced AtvNC members as Trail 13 and they can get you lost easy if you mistakenly take there path. Please get a map from the link below and stay OFF TRAIL 13.

Trail Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails..........................................6
(2. ) Intermediate Trails....................................8
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................8
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View..5
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail..............................2
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ....................7
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers...............................5
(8.) Food, Vending. Water................................3
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station..............................0
(10) Camping, Parking area..............................8
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners..............3
Trail Rating Total Only: ..........................23 out of 30.
Combind Points Total: ......................... .56 out of 105.

Cost:
Daily Fee of $5.00 covers riding and Camping.

GPS:
Brown Mountain parking lot: 17 4 31 804 E 39 72 609 N

Contacts
US Postal: Grandfather Ranger District 108 East Lawing Lane Nebo, NC 28761
Phone: 1-828-652-2144

Link: for Brown Mountain Directions, Trail map, Other Info.
http://utilityoffroad.com/trailheads/brown.html
http://www.cs.unca.edu/nfsnc/recreation/brown_mountain_orv.pdf
http://www.mtbreview.com/trails/NorthCarolina/BrownmountainORVpark.html


Brushy Mountain MotorSports Park: T/R - 27/84
Established the Spring of 2002, the Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park consist of over 1,500 acres nestled in the beautiful Brushy Mountains of Alexander County, North Carolina. Trails range from intermediate to expert with elevations ranging from 1300'-2500' above sea level. Catering to the family atmosphere, the park is dedicated to promoting the off-road riding experience as a legitimate sport and family activity. You will not find better Mountain Trails/Scenery in our State. Plus they have a great hot food stand and best Bathroom/Showers anywhere. Brushy has just added a new MX track. I Highly recommend everyone who likes mountain riding to check this place out.

Trail Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails..........................................8
(2. ) Intermediate Trails....................................10
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................9
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View..7
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail..............................9
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ....................9
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers..............................10
(8.) Food, Vending. Water...............................10
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station.............................0
(10) Camping, Parking area.............................8
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners............4
Trail Rating Total Only: ...................... .27 out of 30.
Combind Points Total: ........................ 84 out of 105.

Cost:
Daily Use Fee (Non Members/Per Person) - $20.00 (Cash or certified check only)

GPS:
Brushy Mountain M. S. P. parking lot: 17 4 72 910 E 39 82 859 N

Contacts
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-828-635-7766
US Postal: Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park

Link: for Brushy Mountain Directions, Trail map, Other Info.
http://www.bmmspark.com/

Two Side of Brushy
http://www.atvnc.com/forums/index.php?topic=8072.msg83749#msg83749


Uwharrie OHV : T/R - 21/50
Uwharrie OHV believe it or not is located in the Uwharrie National Forest, North West of the town of Troy. The Trail System offer's over 20 miles with three parking access points. The terrain is rocky, with many steep, winding trails. Rock outcroppings and steep drop-offs are common. Trail obstacles range from big whoops, sharp split rocks, stumps, fences, clay and loose gravel bed. A Trail Map can be viewed at each parking location. Beginners would be wise to stay away or off the Trail called Daniel. 6ply tires and skid plates are highly recommended. All trails are TWO WAY everywhere which means be careful because around every corner could be another ATV, Jeep or Motorcycle coming right at you. This is an Extreme Trail System Please wear a helmet.

Trail Difficulty Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails..........................................5
(2. ) Intermediate Trails....................................8
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................8
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View..4
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail.............................1
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ...................8
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers..............................7
(8.) Food, Vending. Water...............................0
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station.............................0
(10) Camping, Parking area.............................6
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners.............3
Trail Rating Total Only: ...................... ..21 out of 30.
Combind Points Total ......................... .50 out of 105.

Cost :
Daily Fee of $5.00

GPS:
Uwharrie parking lot: 17 S 0586372 3919734

Contacts
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-910-576-6391
Fax #: 1-910-576-4171
Ian Garner Information Specialist Uwharrie Ranger District

Link: for Uwharrie Directions, Trail map, Other Info.
http://www.nagca.com/grandtrails/Uwharrieohvarea.htm
http://www.cs.unca.edu/nfsnc/recreation/uwharrie/uwharrie_off.htm


Wolf Island :
Wolf Island is Located on the outskirts of Reidsville, NC. This Trail System used to be a MX park but now it caters to the Utility 4x4's. The trails have a lot of mud holes and creeks to navigate. There are also a few hills to climb. The MX part of the park still offers a few places for sport riders to practice, but its pretty rough. The lay-out is a good place for beginners to learn how to ride while having fun. This place is not to big so long distance drivers may want to look else-where but for the locals its a blast.

Cost:
Daily fee of $5.00

Directions:
From Greensboro take US-29 North until you come to EXIT-14 HWY 158. At the top of exit turn left. Go to the second stop light and turn right. Go about 1 mile and turn left on to Wolf Island Rd ( just past Joyce's conv store). Go 2.5 miles and turn left onto Mel Ln ( there are 2 drives side by side with a chain link fence splitting them-- you want to turn on the drive on the far right). Go to the end of the road and you will see the Wolf Island parking lot.

Trail Difficulty Rating:
Beginner Friendly trails. ( Yes )
Intermediate Fun Trails. ( Yes )
Advanced, Expert Trails. ( Yes )

Contacts:
N/A Sad

Links:
N/A Sad





Croatan OHV: T/R - 17/27
Croatan OHV is located in the Croatan National Forest The Croatan National Forest doesn't have designated off-road vehicle areas like other forests in North Carolina. Instead it offers four-wheel "driveways" to let people explore the deeper recesses of the forest. These drive-ways, many of which are dead ends, are scattered throughout the forest. The Trails are supposed to be marked with creosote posts, showing were you can or can not ride. But forget it the signs are a mystery even the great Uwah could not decipher.
Sorry But I Recommend You Skip This Location. ASK ME WHY IN A EMAIL.

Trail Difficulty Rating: Ratings 0 being the worst you can get and 10 the best. 105 points max high rating with bonus.

(1.) Beginner Trails...........................................8
(2. ) Intermediate Trails.....................................8
(3.) Advanced Trails.........................................1
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(4.) MX,TT, Drag, Mud, Off-Trail-Fun, View..5
(5.) Kids/Family Track/Trail.............................0
(6.) Trail Maintained Conditions ...................2
(7.) Bath Rooms. Showers .............................0
(8.) Food, Vending. Water...............................0
(9.) Quad Wash Off Station.............................0
(10) Camping, Parking area.............................3
Bonus pts max 5 for Friendly Owners.............0
Trail Rating Total Only: ........................ 17 out of 30.
Combind Points Total: ..........................27 out of 105.

Embarrassed I Do not recommend at any price until new management is in control. Ticket happy Rangers act like they are card carrying members of the Serria Club and they seem to not like ATVers at all.

Cost:
Daily Fee is Free but Rangers charge $100.00.

Contacts
Phone: 1-919-638-5628
US Postal: Croatan District Office 141 E. Fisher Ave. New Bern, N.C. 28560

Link: for Croatan Directions, Trail Map? uh forget it, Other Info.
http://4wheeldrive.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://cnc.4x4.org/trails/croatan_tr.htm
 

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Hey North Carolina riders,

I am renting a house in kill devil hills in August . Is there anywhere I can ride my 4wheeler near there(like 30 min away) ? Somebody told me about Collington Island ,I can't find any info on this
 

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