Best Off-Roading Trails to Take Your Truck in Tennessee

2020 Ford F-150 | Mount Juliet, TN

Off-roading is an exciting way to put your truck to the test and challenge your skills as a driver. In Tennessee, there are many great off-roading trails for drivers of all experience levels to have an adventure off the beaten path.

Inman Point Road

Located in Prentice Cooper State Forest, Inman Point Road, Moore Ridge, Shingle Loop and Limekiln Loop comprise a 9.1-mile trail. With 1,725 feet of elevation gain and alluring scenery, this trail is ideal if you’re interested in taking in beautiful views on your journey.

Ride Royal Blue OHV Trail

The Ride Royal Blue OHV Trail offers a fun drive for more experienced off-roaders. The 24.4-mile point-to-point trail has some rocky sections and an elevation gain of 4,324 feet, as well as the chance to see wildlife near Pioneer.

Coppinger Cove Trail

With minimal elevation gain, the Coppinger Cove Trail is ideal for drivers of a variety of off-roading backgrounds. The 7.3-mile trail in Sequatchie has lots of incredible sights to see, including a river, a lush forest and a cave.


If you plan to drive on any of these trails, we at Two Rivers Ford hope you have an enjoyable off-roading experience. Before embarking on your journey, head into our service department for routine maintenance.