Off-Road Parks in Texas
Toyota of Cedar Park is proud to sell a wide range of off-road vehicles, and the TRD Pro badges on our trucks and SUVs tend to command respect wherever they go! But what happens after you leave our lot? Where can you find the best off-road parks in Texas? Which 4×4 trails in Texas allow full-size 4×4 vehicles, and aren’t exclusive to dirt bikes and ATVs? To help you make the most of your new or pre-owned vehicle, we’ve put together a short list of our favorite places to go off-roading in Texas.
Hidden Falls Adventure Park
If you’re looking for off-road trails in Texas, and you’d prefer to stick close to Cedar Park and Austin, you’re in luck! Hidden Falls Adventure Park bills itself as the Premier Off-Road Adventure Park in Texas, and it’s located right next door in Marble Falls, TX!
Although they have space ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes, they also offer plenty of trails for full-size 4×4 vehicles! That’s another way of saying that you can take your TRD Pro Toyota out on the weekends and experience everything that it’s capable of.
Wolf Caves is located about two hours west of our dealership, in Mason. Although it’s a bit of a drive away, those searching for off-road trails in Texas will find more than 430 miles to explore on this privately-owned ranch. What’s more, they offer space for all types of vehicles—including stock 4×4 models without major modifications—and trails for drivers of all skill levels.
If you’re looking for more of a challenge, you should know that Katemcy Rocks is just a short drive away from Wolf Caves! There’s no way around the fact that this location is one of the most extreme off-road parks in Texas—they’re known as the Lone Star state’s Moab for a reason—but even stock 4×4 vehicles will have a wide range of trails to explore.
General Sam’s Off-Road Park
Drive about three hours to the east, and you’ll run into General Sam’s Off-Road Park near historic Huntsville, TX. With a total area of 706 acres of wooded terrain and plenty of cabins available to rent, General Sam’s is one of our favorite places to go for unforgettable camping vacations. (You can also bring your RV, but we should mention that tent camping is free in the park’s primitive camping areas!) They even host events from time to time, so you can meet and have fun with other drivers who share your interests.
Go Off-Roading in Texas Today!
If you have any questions, or you’d like additional, hard-to-find recommendations, all you need to do is let us know! We’re not just a car dealership—we’re a local community hub for drivers near Leander and Georgetown—and we want to see every one of our customers enjoy the full capabilities of their vehicles. If you end up going off-roading in Texas, we’d love to hear about your experience!