The Best Alabama Destinations for Off-Road Driving

Tearing Up the Trails With Thrills and Spills

We’ve covered how to prepare your vehicle for off road driving, and the potential risks of going mudding. With the knowledge to get your vehicle ready for off-road driving and  to be safe and legal while doing so, we wanted to list some of our favorite Alabama trails for an all-terrain adventure. Here are our favorites:Black Off Road Car

Boggs and Boulders Off-Road Adventure Park

Located in Andalusa, Boggs and Boulders, features 850 acres of fun for everyone. The trails are open to all types of trucks, and feature terrain from slick, red dirt hills, sand hills, rocky hills and even steep bluffs. The park is great for mudding enthusiasts with acres of black mud flats with deep and shallow parts alike. Great off-road driving is just one of the amenities at the park. It also features campgrounds with RV hookups, a spring-fed pool, three lakes, and the Mud Pie Cafe.

Choccolocco Mountain Off-Road Vehicle Park

This off-road park is in Jacksonville, and has 450 acres of rugged, mountainous terrain. The park features over 200 trails and obstacles for your to tear up at your heart’s content. There are trails are rated 1-5, and can easily accommodate full-sized vehicles. Trails with one and two ratings are accessible for ATVs, while trails rated three are reserved for vehicles with off-road modifications like lift kits and the right, large tires. Trails rated four and five should only be attempted by experienced off-road drivers and with rock-crawling vehicles only. The park also features a campground with a picnic area and handicap accessible restrooms and showers.

Off-Road driving is fun and exciting. With the right vehicle modifications, the right attitude and the right place to drive, and off-road adventure is well within reach, right here in Alabama.

Performance Truck and Auto is your Montgomery off-road specialist. If you’ve got questions about how to prepare your vehicle for off-road driving, and where to do it, call us at (334) 245-6600.

 

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