Where to Go Off-Roading in FL

Where to Go Off-Roading in FL

Where to Go Off-Roading in FL

Warren Henry Auto Group is Here to Help You Conquer the Great Outdoors

Off-roading has long been a popular sport and can be enjoyed by anyone, whether they’re pushing a  Land Rover Defender, Jeep Wrangler, Toyota 4Runner, or whatever you have to its limits. Florida offers excellent trails that allow you to explore this beautiful state and all it has to offer. So, the team at Warren Henry thought it would be a good idea to put together a list of some of the top trails in Florida.

Croom Trail

The Croom Trail is a 10.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Brooksville, Florida, that features beautiful wildflowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers several activity options and is accessible year-round. In addition, you can take your Jeep through the sandy rolling hills for a more challenging course.

Stumpers Grade, South Grade, North Grade Roads

Stumpers Grade, South Grade, North Grade Roads is a 19.8-mile trail near Loxahatchee, Florida. The course features a lake and is suitable for all off-road skill levels. The trail offers many activity options and is best used from September until March. Daily-use permits may be purchased at designated entry points of the management area.

Loop Road Scenic Drive

Loop Road Scenic Drive, also called County Road 94, is a 43-mile trail located near Ochopee, Florida, that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. You will be able to take your Land Rover Discovery through swamps mud, and for beginners, there are gravel trails.

Hardrock Ocala OHV

Hardrock Ocala OHV Trail is a 2-mile loop trail near Ocala, Florida, featuring a lake and is good for all skill levels. The path is primarily used for off-road driving and is accessible year-round.

Bio Lab Road

Bio Lab Road is a 5.6-mile trail located near Titusville, Florida, that offers travelers a lake and is perfect for every off-road skill level. The trail offers several activity options and is accessible year-round. A Daily Pass fee per vehicle is required to access Bio Lab Road and Black Point Wildlife Drive. There are also yearly passes available at the Visitor Information Center when it is open. The road is one-way, going north to south. The road ends at Beach Road, where you can then turn east and see more of the park.

Visit Warren Henry Auto Group for all your off-road needs.

If you want to upgrade or add to your off-road convoy, Warren Henry Auto Group is the dealership for you. We offer a full selection of new and used Land Rover, Toyota, Jeep, and many other manufacturers that provide great off-road vehicles. Plus, our service centers offer outstanding services that will help you upgrade your current vehicle to conquer those trails.