Quad Biking in Juderman’s ATV Park, Alexandria, Louisiana USA

Trails length:
5 mi/8 km
130 - 160 ft/39.6 - 48.7 m
Alexandria is a city situated on the south bank of the Red River in Louisiana, USA. The city is located in almost the exact geographic center of the state. Alexandria is the principal city of the Alexandria Metropolitan Area and the parish seat of Rapides Parish.

Pineville is a beautiful place near Alexandria, Louisiana, which attracts many off road enthusiasts, due to the existence of an awesome ATV Park. Juderman’s ATV Park is a 200 ac/0.81 km² area, containing approximately 5 mi/8 km of swamp-type marked woods trails, deep creek water crossings, pits and mud bogs.

The trails are elevated from 130 to 160 ft/39.6 to 48.7 m and waiting for you to ride them on a weekend schedule. It is recommended to call before you decide to visit this amazing park, if you wish to ride on weekdays. The park is absolutely suitable for quad biking, especially for mud driving fanatics. Throughout the year, many events are hosted and if you get lucky enough, you might enjoy an exhilarating race as a spectator or even as a driver.

In most parts of the park, the trails are appropriate for amateurs. Some of the trails are fitted for novices and less for experts. The swamp-type area has specifications, that are a magnet to quad bikers and mud extremists. Loose dirt, mud of course, hard pack, dust, rocks, many shady trees and some water crossings are eagerly waiting for you to enjoy them.

The area also embraces amenities, such as primitive camping area, shaded picnic areas, area for barbequing, air filling station and vault toilets. Only a couple of minutes away from the park lies the Gone Wild Safari Exotic Zoo, which combined with all of the above makes this spot a perfect, fun, weekend destination.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Lake Charles
102 miles / 164 km, 2 hours 8 minutes
Head west on Kirby St to Ryan St, turn right on Ryan St, turn right onto Belden St, take the exit on the left towards I-10 E/US-90 E, continue to follow the I-10 E, take exit 43 to Iowa, turn left at LA-383 / N Thompson Ave, continue to follow the LA-383, turn left on U.S. 165 N, turn right at LA-3265 E / Robinson Bridge Rd, turn left to merge on I-49 N, take exit 85A to Ml King Dr / Downtown / Alexandria, merge onto 10th St, turn right onto Murray St.
184 miles / 286 km, 2 hours 49 minutes
Head north on NW Railroad Ave to E Charles St, take the first turning left onto W Charles St, take the first turning left onto N Oak St, continue towards US-51 BUS S, take the exit towards I-12 W, merge onto I-10, take exit 103B to merge on I-49 N/US-167 N to Opelousas, continue to follow the I-49 N, take exit 85A to Ml King Dr / Downtown / Alexandria, merge onto 10th St, turn right onto Murray St.
Alexandria International Airport,
7.4 miles / 11.9 km
Esler Regional Airport,
11.4 miles / 18.3 km.

Alexandria does not have Amtrak service, nor a commuter rail system. The nearest train stations are in Shrevenport, New Ibiria and Lake Charles. Depending on where you are coming from, you can abort in one of these stations and from there take a bus or rent a car to reach your destination.


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