Quad Biking in Meridian OHV Park, Meridian, Mississippi USA

500 - 600 ft/152 - 183 m
Single track trails, loose dirt, sand, mud, steep hills and many berms.
Meridian is the sixth largest city in the state of Mississippi, U.S. It is also the county seat of Lauderdale County and the principal city of the Meridian, Mississippi Micropolitan Statistical Area. Riley Center, Meridian Museum of Art, Meridian Little Theatre and Meridian Symphony Orchestra are some of the city's sightseeing.

Apart from the many sightseeing, Meridian city is also famous for an OHV Park. In Meridian OHV Park you will definitely enjoy the best Quad Biking. “Quad Biking at Meridian OHV Park”

The park offers the best features for an exciting activity. The terrain includes mostly loose dirt, some hard pack, some sand and mud. It is a 1 mi²/2.6 km² park with 25 mi/40 km of trails. The park sits at an elevation of 500 to 600 ft/152 to 183 m and is privately owned. All trails are in very good condition and tailored with many berms, trees and some steep hills. It also offers a variety of terrain with tight and sandy single track trails. Little dust and few water crossings will reach your activity at its peak.  Enjoy your favorite sport performing some small jumps, however be careful of few hazards.

Meridian OHV Park is addressed to mostly amateurs, some novices and little experts. The park is open daily from 9 am to dark, but when it hosts some special events, it is temporarily closed, so call in advance.  All riders should have a membership, which can be obtained online. So, if you think that is time to put an end in your sedentary life, Meridian OHV Park is waiting for you.