Let's talk about fourwheeling trails and 4x4 offroad trails in Mississippi.
To be clear, this article covers Jeep trails, truck/SUV trails, OHV trails, and other 4WD vehicle trails in MS.
While the city of Jackson might be known as "the crossroads of the South", the state of Mississippi is not the crossroads of the south for offroading locations. The Where2Wheel map only has four offroad locations for MS, with all four of those being offroad parks. Two of them are located in Northern Mississippi, with the other two located down south not far from Biloxi and Gulfport. Fun fact: Root Beer was invented in Biloxi in 1898 - at least Mississippi has this going for them even if they dont have alot of offroading trails. As every offroader knows, any legal wheeling spot is better than none, so we will do a brief overview of the offroad parks and locations in MS in this blog.
We will start with the northern parks and then make our way down south, kicking it off with the most northern offroad park BMB Offroad. BMB Offroad offers 715 acres of hills, trails, mud and camping fun for the entire family. They also have over 60 seemingly endless trails for dune buggies, rock crawlers, jeeps, trucks, four-wheelers and dirt bikes, along with several mud holes to play in and countless hills to climb. As if that wasnt enough, they offer trails for beginning riders as well as the more experienced offroad driver. BMB is basically the one size fits all for offroad parks with beginner to expert trails, mudding to rock crawling, and dune buggies to Jeeps. To find out more about this park you can also visit their website here.
About and hour and twenty minutes south of BMB located in Woodland, MS is Mudslangers Offroad Trails. It is worth nothing that this location is mainly for ATV riders, but we thought we would mention it since they host mud events throughout the year where you can bring mud boggers, trucks, buggies,etc... Mudslangers is nestled in the Kilgore Hills and this off-road recreational paradise includes trails, mud holes, hill climbing, and even primitive camping. The property was developed from what had previously been a hunting camp for many years and is owned by two brothers, Jimmy and Greg Knox. The Knox brothers created Mudslangers so that offroad riders could have a place to enjoy outdoor challenges as well as the company of friends and family. To learn more about these offroad trails and when they have upcoming mudding events, you can visit their Facebook page.
If you are willing to hit some pavement to get to wheeling spots then you should also definitely checkout our Offroad Trails in Alabama blog because BankHead National Forest is not too far from the areas mentioned above and has several places to kick it into 4WD.
Now jumping down to the southern parks, we will start things off with Red Creek Offroad. This offroad park is located in Perkinston, MS and boasts that they "Provide the best 4X4 and Off-Road ATV trails in Southern Mississippi!". They have several different offroad trails spread across the park, some you might know of such as Alagator Alley, along with lodging areas, as well as sand bars to play and relax on. Red Creek is a place the whole family can enjoy for a weekend or longer camping and offroading trip. Check out their website for more information.
Last but most certainly not least is South Mississippi Offroad and RV Park. South Mississippi Off-Road & RV Park is made up of over 377 acres that include 189 RV sites with power and water, along with primitive camp sites for tent campers. At this park you can jump on your ATV, SxS, Jeep or mud truck and take a ride around the many miles of trails that they offer. Their goal at South Mississippi is to "provide offroad enthusiasts with the best park on the coast". As if the offroad aspect did not sound good enough for you to hit this park, they also offer a wide range of activities for a family fun weekend such as: a swimming pool, lake for fishing, a swing rope, a waterslide, volleyball, horseshoes, corn hole and much more. This offroad park is definitely one to take the fam to for a weekend of fun while also getting to enjoy hitting the trails!
That is all we have as of this writing for offroad trails in MS. Make sure to check out the Where2Wheel map though to find other offroading locations near you and in the event that new offroad trails in Mississippi get added. Hope you enjoyed this write-up and feel free to join or just check us out at https://where2wheel.com.
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