Mud, sand, and a bit of fun, all mixed into these family fun riding areas
Being known for amazing food and muddy great times is not a bad thing. Such is the case with the state of Louisiana. Chances are, you’ve heard about the great food in this area, but you might not have heard about the family-friends riding areas. There are several in the state that showcase great fun for all of your off-road family adventures.
Because most of the state is mixed in with watery terrain, you’re going to find a bunch of muddy areas at all of these riding locations. To tackle these areas, you’re going to need lots of traction and reliability. All of these parks are ready to host you and your family for a memorable time – load up and have a blast!
Harnessing the extreme off-road culture that is found in the state of Louisiana, this 600-acre park plays host to several off-road events throughout the year. With trails, mud pits, and many open areas for riding, drivers of every experience level will find something to love at Louisiana Mudfest. If you’re low on supplies or fuel from having too much fun (a real possibility here!), you’ll have to drive out to Colfax for supplies – it’s just a couple miles away.
Providing arguably the most complete experience at an ATV park in the south, Muddy Bottoms is a do-it-all park with a complete list of attractions right at the riding area. Upon entry to the park, you are greeted at the welcome center. Then you proceed to find an inviting experience with camping opportunities galore. Not to mention, the riding experiences top your visit off with over 5,000 acres of trails and great times. The swamps, woods trails, and deep water holes combine to equal a heck of a good time. If you can’t find what you need at this park in the way of amenities or supplies, then you can rely on the nearby town of Springhill. With so much to experience, this is a great location to bring family and friends along to experience the off-road lifestyle.
Open every weekend, Zona ATV Recreation Park is an adventure paradise nestled next to one major lake on the property. This lake happens to have the epic Tarzan raft that water-goers can enjoy with the slide and trampoline. Besides the water, 500 acres of trails are waiting for making memories and off-road family fun. If you are planning on camping in this park, both full hookups and primitive camp sites are found on the premises. If you camp all weekend, you can reserve to basically have the park to yourself on Fridays! Be sure to pack all of your items with you as there is no town very close to Zona, especially if you are on your way from the New Orleans area.