Minnesota Trails

 

Alphabetical Trails List below

 

Alphabetical Trails List below

 

The Chengwatana ATV Trail is located approximately 15 minutes East of Pine City, and less than two hours from the Twin Cities. This area has around 15 miles of designated riding trails, can make a great day trip, and even hosts a gun range right along the trail.

Difficulty: 2.5/5

 

The Emily - Outing Trail consists of many different loops. The way this trail system is designed, you can hit trail loop after trail loop without having to double back on the same trails. This system is largely in the woods and consists of everything from water holes to areas of rocky and flat terrain.  This system also connects with the Soo Line North trail if you really want to get the miles in!

Difficulty:  2/5

 

The Pine Center ATV Trail is located just west of Lake Mille lacs and is a 20 mile trail system that offers connecting loops with Brainerd and Fort Ripley. This trail  has multiple loops, most of which is located deep in the woods. While this trail is suited for most skill levels, it does have a few (optional) slightly more challenging areas for the more adventures.

Difficulty: 2/5

 

Arguably one of the best ATV Trails in Minnesota lies the Redtop & Ten Bruin loops. Seated along the notorious Soo Line, these ATV loops provide miles of riding with everything from mudholes to rock steep climbs.

Difficulty:  3/5

 

Spider Lake is a well known Minnesota trail system. Once you hit the trail, you will quickly realize why with its narrow forest trails and many trail loops to explore. The trail system is approximately 29 miles and even boasts an ATV park at one of the trailheads.

Difficulty: 2.5/5

 

The Tri-County ATV Park is a 25-acre park located approximately 50 minutes south of the Twin Cities. Those who are looking to work on their technical skills will have multiple obstacles to try, ranging from hill climbs along a formal gravel pit to good size mud holes.

Difficulty: 2-5/5