Where to Go Off-Roading in Florida

Florida is full of ways to be entertained, from water parks, beaches and theme parks there is something that will appeal to everyone.  It is also a great place for off-roading with many different parks to choose from, to make your decision easier we’re listing a few parks that may appeal to many Jeep drivers.

  • Tri-State Off Road Park – This off-road park is located off Highway 20 in Clarksville, Fl.    It offers Deep Mud Bog Holes and a Consistency Park.  Admission is $10 for adults and children 12 and under are free.  The park opens at 10 a.m. and closes at dusk.
  • Triple Canopy Ranch – Triple Canopy Ranch is located at 16950 County Road 630 Lake Wales, Fl.  The park has over 425 acres of trails, pits, circle track, obstacle course and a side by side track.  You can also camp at the park and get the most out of your visit, and if your Jeep should experience any trouble there is also an on-site vendor available for all of your repair needs.
  • Hard Rock Off Road Park – This park is located in Ocala, Fl. and boasts a section devoted to Jeeps and other off road vehicles.  The park is open seven days a week from 10 am – 5 pm.  Cost is $25 per day per vehicle.  Camping is also available for $20 per day with water and electrical hook-ups.  There are also hotels located nearby for those who would prefer not to camp onsite.
  • Revolution The Off Road Experience – Is located at 4000 State Road 33 Clermont, FL 34714.  It features 220 acres of great trails and attractions and even includes a private 65 acre Trophy Bass fishing lake.  Guided tours will take everyone from beginners to experienced drivers through trails.  This park has a lot to offer and even if you’re not into off-roading you can always enjoy the great fishing available.  Reservations are required to ensure that everyone has a great experience.

These are only a few of the many off-roading parks Florida has to offer, from what I’ve seen all of these parks look great and anyone who visits should find plenty of trails to explore and enjoy.  All of these parks offer great trails and other challenging courses for all Jeep drivers at any skill level.  If you would like more information on any of the parks listed above, please visit their websites.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I’d add a few here that are publicly available lands, so no daily fee:

    Citrus Wildlife Management Area (http://myfwc.com/viewing/recreation/wmas/cooperative/citrus): Basic trails with smatterings of higher difficulty; mostly sugar sand, dirt, gravel and red clay, with more inclined travel than the other three, and has primitive and hookup camping on the eastern edge, along with some caves to explore on foot in the southwest.
    Richloam Wildlife Management Area (http://myfwc.com/hunting/wma-brochures/ne/richloam/): Some logging roads, with forest trails that get mushy after a rain; mostly sugar sand and mud
    Croom Wildlife Management Area (http://myfwc.com/viewing/recreation/wmas/cooperative/croom): Smaller area with a mix of difficulties, but nothing extreme; mostly sugar sand and red clay
    Ocala National Forest (https://www.fs.usda.gov/ocala): Varied terrain with some MTX trails interwoven with the main 4×4 trails; mostly dirt and gravel, with an old bombing range to the southeast.


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