Superior OHV System
Superior OHV Trail System is currently 16.5 miles long. A trailhead off State Route 52 accesses this section of trail.
The trail also has two connector trails to the Pine Creek OHV Trail System for continuous riding opportunities and additional traihead access points. The trail system is open to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), off-highway motorcycles (OHMs), mountain bikes, and hiking. Trail width limit is 50 inches.
At a Glance
|Fees:||OHV riding requires a trail permit|
|Restrictions:||For OHV riding:
|Closest Towns:||Ironton or Pedro, OH|
|Passes:||Wayne NF Trail Permit is required. Ohio APV tag required.|
|Information Center:||Only vehicles 50 inches or less can ride these trails. You can build a campfire as long as you have a 10-foot clearance around it and it is extinguished before leaving camp. No bonfires are allowed. No standing or green trees may be cut. Check the bulletin boards to ensure no fire bans are in effect.|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
Maps of the Superior Trail System can be found on out OHV Trail Maps page. Maps are also provided when you purchase a trail permit.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Mountain BikingRecreation areas with activity Mountain Biking:
16.5 miles of trails are available for mountain bike riding from mid-April through mid-December. Be aware of OHV riders and hikers!
BackpackingRecreation areas with activity Backpacking:
This trail system is designed primarily for all-terrain vehicles and off-highway motorcycles. Mountain bikes may also use the trail in season from mid-April through mid-December. Hikers are welcome year-round. The system ties in with the Pine Creek OHV Trail System.
OHV CampingRecreation areas with activity OHV Camping:
The Superior area of the Wayne National Forest provides some excellent opportunities for riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and off-highway motorcycles (OHMs). This trail system provides approximately 16.5 miles of trail for off-highway vehicles and mountain bike use in season from mid-April through mid-December each year. Open to hiking year-round.
OHV Trail RidingRecreation areas with activity OHV Trail Riding:
This 16.5 mile trail system ties in with the Pine Creek OHV Trail System and provides additional opportunities for OHV and mountain bike riding.