Centennial OHV Trailhead

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Sign for Centennial OHV Trailhead, with parking and bathroom in background

The Centennial Trailhead provides parking and northern access to the 47-mile Ocala Centennial Trail. Various sites and facilities are located along the trail. At Blue Sink and Farles Prairie, visitors can take a break from riding and enjoy some fishing, wading, picnicking, and wildlife viewing. Special OHV parking corrals are located periodically along the trail so riders can stop at the day-use recreation sites and at Big Scrub Campground. Corrals are only for parking, not for loading and unloading trailered vehicles.

This trailhead provides access to trails for ATVs, UTVs and motorcycles.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Toilets are closed due to COVID-19.
Operational Hours: Open dawn till dusk.
Area Amenities: Accessible,Fee charged for some activities,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Fees Please see the Passes & Permits section for current details.
Permit Info: A permit is required to ride this trail. Please see the Passes and Permits section for current details.  OHV trail permits may be ordered by phone at 1-877-444-6777 or online:

Recreation.gov
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: Please review the riding restrictions, safety information, and required equipment in the Passes & Permits section.
Closest Towns: Astor, FL; Salt Springs, FL; Silver Springs, FL
Restroom: Vault
Operated By: US Forest Service
Information Center: Check with the Lake George Ranger District. For information on other riding opportunities throught the state of Florida, visit www.floridaohv.org.

General Information

Accessibility:

The trailhead parking lot provides accessible parking, access to the bathrooms, and access to the trail.


Directions:

From Astor, take State Road 40 west for 14.4 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road 13. The trailhead will be on your left.

From Salt Springs, head south on State Road 19. After 0.3 miles, take a slight right onto County Road 314 and continue for 2.7 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road 88 and continue for 10.4 miles. Turn left onto State Road 40 and head east for 0.8 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 13. The trailhead will be on your left.

From Silver Springs, take State Road 40 east for 19.3 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 13. The trailhead will be on your left.


General Notes:
Parking:

The trailhead provides paved parking for vehicles and trailers.


Recreation Map

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Activities


OHV Riding & Camping

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Amenities

Drinking water
Toilets Vault
Parking Paved and marked
Fee charged for some activities OHV Trail Pass required
Accessible
Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
29.172315

  Longitude : 
-81.756211

 

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