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​​​ATV Riding in Susquehannock State Forest

Susquehannock ATV Trail

Susquehannock State Forest has one designated ATV trail -- the 43-mile Susquehannock ATV Trail.

The Susquehannock ATV Trail Brochure and Map (PDF) describes the area with mileage and trailheads.

The main trailhead is at the state forest district office, but there are four smaller trailheads located along the trail.

Bathrooms are available at the district office maintenance building, the Lyman Run parking area, and one is found along the trail.

This trail system connects to the Sweden Township road system -- which is open to ATVs -- near the intersection of Billy Lewis Road, Irish Farm Road, and U.S. Route 6.

These township roads offer riders many more miles of legal ATV riding opportunities.

Northcentral Regional ATV Trail

Expanded riding opportunities will be offered in 2024 through the Northcentral Regional ATV Trail​​​​ (formerly called ​ATV Regional Trail Connector Pilot).

The Know Before You Go -- ATV Riding in Susquehannock State Forest Video provides additional information to ride legally and safely on the Susquehannock ATV Trail through the Susquehannock State Forest in Potter County Pennsylvania.

The video also shares information about rules and regulations of the Northcentral Regional ATV Trail.

Dust Advisory for Northcentral Regional ATV Regional Trail

Roads can be exceptionally dusty during dry conditions. To help minimize this issue, please consider these actions:

  • Ride in small groups to keep dust down.
  • If you are part of a large group, please consider postponing your ride until a later date.
  • Opt to ride only the state forest trail system.

The Northcentral Regional ATV Trail is a partnership between local municipalities, PennDOT, and DCNR to make long distance riding opportunities available.

It takes all of these partners to make these connections possible, so reducing impacts during dry conditions is very important to the long-term sustainability of the program.