Brushy Creek Motor Farm
The Brushy Creek Motor Farm is the place where you can take pleasure of off-roading to the fullest. The facility covers an area of 100 acres. You can find multiple muddy trails here which are totally ideal for off-roading. To both adults and kids, this place is simply great. You can enjoy the pleasure of riding motorcycles, side-bys, ATV’s, go-karts, and 4X’s here. If you are not in a mood for riding, then you can enjoy camping at this spot. The place is safe, but to maintain safety measure during a ride, you are always suggested to wear a helmet. You can enjoy your time here ideally spending a little amount of money.
Open to motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs and all types of 4x4s, this area offers about 8 miles of trails that sprawl over 100 acres and a motocross track. Terrain includessome hard pack, ATV trails and 4×4 play routes with a few open fields and several deep mud holes. The park is open daily but may close temporarily before and during inclement weather, so call first before heading out. Don’t forget to check out this place in Royse City too.
This little privately owned gem of an Off Road park outside of Royce City (30min from Dallas) was a blast! $10 ATV and dirt bikes, and $15 for OHV (i.e. FJ cruiser, jeeps, hummers, and trucks…). They are able to open the park 7 days a week, weather and trail conditions permitting, all you have to do is call one of the 3 telephone numbers on the web site. YOU MUST CALL BEFORE YOU GO! The trails fall on 80-100 acres of wooded area with several creek bottoms running throughout. The trails are not marked but it is thickly wooded and has many different elevations and turns.
All lead back to the front. The trails range from easy and flat to pretty difficult creek crossing and up and down tight turns. During the times of good rains this park is mud bog heaven! And you can also drive to the creek bottom. It’s not crowded because they are a word of mouth park. 100% legal wheeling territory not far from Dallas. Trails are primarily hard packed dirt, and cleared of major hazards. When the rains come it has the potential to get slick but it would still be a blast! I was able to traverse the trail marked on the map. If you are ever in need of excavation, click here.