Salt Springs OHV Connector Trail


Area Status: Open

Originating in the southeast corner of the Longleaf Trail, the Salt Springs OHV Connector Trail enables riders to access facilities at the Salt Springs Plaza. The trail terminates at a corral directly across the street from the plaza. Riders must park in the corral and use the crosswalk for access to services.

The Ocala North OHV Trail System offers 125 miles of trail which includes a 14-mile motorcycle-only trail; 35 miles of trail usable by motorcycles, all terrain vehicles (ATVs), and utility vehicles (UTVs) less than 50 inches wide; and 76 miles classified as "mixed use," which means OHVs share the trail with licensed vehicles.

OHV Riding 

  • 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. 

At a Glance

Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Salt Springs

General Information

Directions:

Access the trail system from trailheads placed throughout the trail system, including:

  • Delancy Loops Trailhead along SR 19
  • Pipeline Trailhead along SR 316
  • Delancy West Trailhead along FR 66, where OHV camping is permitted
  • Rodman Trailhead past the Kirkpatrick Dam
  • The OHV Center along FR 11
  • The Motorcycle Loop Trailhead along FR 66

General Notes:

Trails that make up a part of the Ocala North OHV Trail System include:

Delancy Loops

16 miles 

(Motorcycles and ATVs only)

Hog Valley Trail

13 miles

(Motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs)

Longleaf Trail

25 miles

(Motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs)

Motorcycle Loop

14 miles

(Motorcycles only)

Pipeline Trail

19 miles

(Motorcycles and ATVs only)

Tobacco Patch Trail

18 miles

(Motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs)

Other Trails

20 miles

(Motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs)


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
29.360237

  Longitude : 
-81.73568