Ocala Centennial OHV Trail System
The Ocala Centennial OHV Trail, named so because of its dedication in 2008, our centennial year - is a loop trail system currently 47 miles in length, offers a unique opportunity to view the Big Scrub ecosystem in the heart of the Ancient Island Scrub. This globally imperiled ecosystem is the largest contiguous sand pine scrub in the world.
Riders may park at one of the OHV parking corrals to enjoy day use activities. Parking corrals are located at Blue Sink (area is unavailable) and Big Scrub Campground. Activities at Blue Sink and Farles Prairie include fishing, wading, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
Unlicensed vehicles less than 65 inches are allowed on the Ocala Centennial OHV Trail system. A 20-mph speed limit is enforced on this trail.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Expect full recreation sites during weekends. Have backup plans. Sites may close when capacity is reached.|
|Operational Hours:||Dawn to dusk|
|Restrictions:||ATVs are required to stay on their own trails. Please review the instructions provided at trailhead kiosks.|
|Closest Towns:||Forest Corners, Altoona, Ocklawaha & Silver Springs|
|Information Center:||Toilets are closed due to COVID-19.|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
- Tent camping at Big Scrub Campground
- RV camping at Big Scrub Campground
Licenses and Passes
Camping – Dispersed/Primitive Camping
- Many people enjoy this solitude and primitive experience, but knowing your limits, skills and abilities is a must. Following certain rules and regulations will help make your experience safer and ensure settings remain unspoiled.
- To ride our OHV trails, you’ll need a pass and safety gear. Riders under 16 must pass an online course. Our OHV web page has all the information you need for a safe, enjoyable trip.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information