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Ozark Trails for Polaris Sportsman Riders

Ozark Trails for Polaris Sportsman Riders

Posted by Caleb Werhman on 9 February 2016 | Comments

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Every Polaris Sportsman rider should experience these trails.

Recreational use for ATVs is a fast growing hobby and the Ozarks are in no short supply when it comes to offering up trails for ATV riders. Eye catching views and the feeling of getting away await those who are willing to try new things. You can find trails for riders of various skill levels all over the Ozarks. The Ozarks covers most of the southern portion of Missouri and much of the northern part of Arkansas, from the Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri to the Ouachita National Forest and the Ozark National Forests in Arkansas. The Polaris Sportsman is the ideal offroad ATV for these types of trails found in these forests.

Usually at a fair price, the Polaris Sportsman offers high ground clearance to make getting traveling the trails more feasible and the new models are now made to be even more powerful.

Trails for Polaris Sportsman Riders

The Mark Twain National Forest spans over 29 counties in central and southern Missouri. From scenic fall drives to early spring hiking, the Mark Twain National Forest has much to offer, but for the Polaris Sportsman ATV rider there is one location that attracts the best: Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV Use Area.

With nearly 80 miles of trails, this day area is filled with thick, forested land. Portions of all of the trails have a most difficult rating. So all riders will encounter some sort of advanced riding challenge on any trail. Also, the park does charge a 7 dollar day use fee; however, for those Polaris Sportsman riders that plan to return to the trails, you can purchase a season pass for 45 dollars.

The Ouachita National Forest covers 1.8 million acres in central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma. One of the main attractions in the Ouachita National Forest is the Sugar Creek Multi-Use Trail. Located in Boonville, Arkansas, this trail consists of a network of looping trails that cover different unsurfaced terrain and winds through a variety of trees. Open year round, this trail not only attracts Polaris Sportsman riders, but also hikers, bikers, horseback riders, and motorcycles. Make sure to be on the lookout for all when riding.

In the Ozark National Forest, make sure to check out Mulberry Mountain. Consisting of a lodge, cabins, and campgrounds, all trails are easily accessible from any location. The most popular trail for Polaris Sportsman riders at Mulberry Mountain is the Mill Creek ATV Trail. This trail consists of mountainous terrain and scenic views. It takes the rider through isolated areas that include different terrains, unique rock formations, and creeks. The trails vary from easy to difficult. Mill Creek ATV Trail can also accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their rides. Note that there is a 3 dollar daily fee per ATV to use the trails.

Also in the Ozark National Forest, you can find the Brock Creek Trails. Brock Creek Trails is a great location for any age and skill level and is a great place to take the whole family. Located on the Bayou Ranger District, these trails span over 42 miles. Offering trails that attract any Polaris Sportsman rider, they are encompassed by stately oak and hickory forest. Brock Creek Trails offer something to be enjoyed by all.

The staff at S&H Farm Supply wants to make sure you enjoy your adventures on your Polaris Sportsman, or whatever kind of ATV you own! For more tips or information about atv sales, contact us today!