Here in Potter County, there are 43 miles of summer trail. A loop trail is located south of Denton Hill State Park. Access to the trail is from Lyman Run State Park, on SR 44 north of Cherry Springs, or the intersection of Rock Run Road and the Ridge Trail (ATV trail). Registered Class II ATV's are permitted on this trail that are less than 68" in width and less than 1,200 pounds.
Contact: Susquehannock State Forest, PO Box 673, Coudersport, PA 16915
Phone: (814) 274-3600
The new ATV Trail map is in Adobe PDF format, and is 2 Megabytes in size.
It is not recommended that people with dial-up connections download this map, as it will take a long time. Click here to download the Potter County ATV Trail Map.
Who must register and title?
All ATVs in Pennsylvania, except ATVs used solely for business or agricultural purposes, need to be registered and titled with DCNR. ATVs used in Pennsylvania must be registered and titled with DCNR's Snowmobile/ATV Section. The ATV registration and titling fees are NOT user fees for the privilege of using trails on state-owned land. The fees provide funding to administer the program, maintain trails on DCNR-managed parks and forests, and provide grants to profit and non-profit organizations for developing additional riding opportunities. For more information on registration click here.
To make the use of the trails safe and enjoyable for yourself and others, please:
- Do not disturb, drive, or pursue wildlife with your vehicle
- Do not carry loaded firearms on your ATV
- Abide by State Park and Forest Rules and Regulations and the Snowmobile/ATV law and regulations
- Stay on designated trails and roadways
- Operate your vehicle in a safe and responsible manner
- Place all litter in waste containers, where provided; otherwise practice the "carry-in, carry-out" procedure · Wear a securely fastened helmet.
For additional information on operating your ATV on public lands click here.
Every ATV and snowmobile rider must be an ambassador for the sports. Please give careful consideration to your effect on the trails, environment and others. The future of the sport depends on it. Click here for more information on trail etiquette.