ATV Riding in Tiadaghton State Forest
Haneyville ATV Trail
Haneyville ATV Trail (PDF) offers 17 miles of summer and winter all-terrain vehicle trails that are maintained by volunteers and the Bureau of Forestry. The trail is closed for several months during the spring fire season and again in the fall hunting season.
ATVs must be registered and comply with other regulations. Contact the
Tiadaghton State Forest district office at 570-753-5409 for additional information.
Class I and II ATVs
All ATV trails in the Tiadaghton State Forest are open to Class I and Class II ATVs, except Duncan’s Demise.
Duncan’s Demise is closed to Class II ATVs.
Class I ATVs (motorized off-highway vehicle, which travels on three or more inflatable tires and has a maximum width of 50 inches and a maximum dry weight of 1200 pounds) may be operated on state forest trails designated for ATV use.
Class II ATVs (motorized off-highway vehicle, which travels on three or more inflatable tires and has a width which exceeds 50 inches or a dry weight which exceeds 1200 pounds) may be operated on state forest land ONLY if the trail is specifically posted open to Class II ATVs of a particular width and weight.
Dust Advisory for ATV Regional Trail Connector Pilot
Roads are exceptionally dusty due to extremely 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 Regional ATV Connector Pilot 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 these extreme conditions is very important to the long-term sustainability of the program.