Tobacco Patch Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

OHV rider in Ocala National Forest

The 18-mile Tobacco Patch Trail is a series of three stacked OHV loops on the northwestern edge of the forest, not far from the Ocklawaha River. It is open to ATVs. motorcycles and UTVs.

Although it has no trailhead of its own, the Tobacco Patch Trail can be reached via NE 150th Ave (which leads to Hog Valley) as well as from the Hog Valley Trail, the Motorcycle Loop and the Pipeline Trail, which has its own trailhead along SR 316.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Restrooms are currently closed due to COVID-19. 
Operational Hours: Dawn to dusk.
Fees Please see the Passes and Permits section for current details.
Permit Info: A permit is required to ride OHV trails. OHV trail permits may be ordered by phone at 1-877-444-6777 or online:

Recreation.gov
Restrictions: Please see the Passes and Permits section for current details.
Closest Towns: Hog Valley, Eureka
Restroom: Restrooms CLOSED
Information Center: Download map (PDF): Ocala OHV Trail System

 

Activities


OHV Riding & Camping

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