Best Places to Go Off-Roading Near Maryland

October 8th, 2018 by

Land Rover Range Discovery

Have all of your Land Rover off-roading gear ready, but unsure where to go? Discover the best places to go off-roading near Maryland to make the most of your off-roading SUV!

Potomac-Garrett State Forest

Make your way to Potomac-Garrett State Forest (1431 Potomac Camp Rd.), and you’ll find quite a few off-road trails, including:

  • Laurel Run Road ORV Trail – 2.4 miles
  • Wallman Road ORV Trail – 3.9 miles
  • Backbone Mountain Trail – 2.7 miles
  • Piney Mountain ORV Trail
  • Snaggy Mountain ORV Trail

For the most part, these trails are open for four-wheel vehicles from March 15 to December 15.

Savage River State Forest

At Savage River State Forest (127 Headquarters Ln.), Edgewater drivers will find the following trails:

  • St. John’s Rock Trail
  • Meadow Mountain Trail
  • Margraff Plantation Trail
  • Negro Mountain Trail

Each trail has its own restrictions and timeframes for use.

Other Off-Road Trails Near Maryland

Elsewhere in Maryland, you’ll discover a variety of off-road trails at the following locations:

  • Assateague Island Beach (7206 National Seashore Ln.): Open year-round for off-roading on the beach, this spot has a 145-vehicle limit that is reached quickly, especially on weekends. There are 12 miles of terrain to explore extending from Maryland into Virginia. A permit is required.
  • Crozet Park (5300 Park Rd.): Cross state lines into Virginia to off-road in a private park. Off-roading here requires permission, as the trail is only public at certain times.
  • Tuscacora Trail (State Line Trail): Traverse up to 248 miles of road that connects multiple states – Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. The trail is shared with hikers and bikers, so caution and respect is crucial.

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