Quad Biking in Tower Trax ATV Park, Hammond, Louisiana USA

Trails length:
40+ mi/64.3+ km
2600 ac/10522 km²
Mostly mud
Hours of operation:
Hammond is situated on the eastern side of the state of Louisiana, USA. It is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish and the principal city of the Hammond Micropolitan Statistical Area.

One of the sports that is extremely popular in Hammond and attracts a lot of dirt lovers is quad biking. The best place to ride in the mud near Hammond is Tower Trax ATV Park. It is a 2600 ac/10522 km² area, offering more than 40 mi/64.3 km of trails, mud bogs, open meadows and deep creek crossings.

Future plans include more mud pits and amenities, such as a swimming area, more parking, RV camping spots, wash racks, restrooms and camp showers. The park is situated inside a forest, so shade is plenty and welcome especially in hot summer days. The trails are elevated 200 to 250 ft/60.9 to 76.2 m and are marked, but not rated or maintained.

Loose dirt, sand, a few steep hills, many water crossings, small jumps, berms, sand/gravel pits, a few roads, and some intersections are some of the amazing characteristics that you will come across in this awesome park. You might meet some rider traffic, so be prepared. The area is mostly suitable for amateurs, some novices and a little experts, containing hazards that are marked.

In this park, you have the opportunity to ride your quad bike under the stars, as night riding is permitted with appointment only. Keep in mind that there is an opening schedule, so it is recommended to call before you haul. It is suggested to spend at least the entire day in this mud fest, riding your quad and getting dirty among other drivers!

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Baton Rouge
46.1 miles/74.1 km, 51 minutes
Head south on N 49th St towards Jonah St, continue in Jonah St, turn left at N 48th St, turn left at North St, take the 2nd turning right at N Foster Dr, take the first turning left onto Florida Blvd, take the exit towards US-61 S, merge onto I-12 E via the ramp to Hammond Street. Take exit 38B to merge onto I-55 N towards Jackson. Take exit 31 to merge onto US-190 E towards Hammond. Destination will be on the left.
BY CAR FROM New Orleans
57.5 miles/92.5 km, 58 minutes
Head north to Carondelet St to Union St, take the first turning left onto Union St, turn left into the Baronne St, take the 2nd turning right on Poydras St, take exit I-10 W to the left to Baton Rouge, merge onto I-10, take exit 210 on Interstate 55 N to Hammond, merge onto I-55 N, take exit 28 to merge on US-51 N / S Morrison Blvd Hammond, turn right at W Thomas St. Continue onto W Morris Ave. Destination will be on the left.
Hammond Northshore Regional Airport,
3.4 miles/5.5 km

Amtrak, the national passenger rail system, is a common sight in Hammond. The old station Hammond, LA (HMD) is still in use and located right in the middle of downtown.


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