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Windrock Park (Coal Creek OHV)

Motorized - ATV Trail
Rattle Rock

Windrock Park is the largest privately owned off-road recreation area in the country with over 73,000 acres of off-road trails, hiking and mountain biking trails, a full-service campground and various types of events throughout the year! Whether it's adrenaline pumping adventures or relaxing around the fire pit...Windrock Park has it all!

Location: Windrock Park is nestled in the hills of East Tennessee in the town of Oliver Springs. It is roughly 38 miles from Knoxville, TN with convenient access to both I-75 and I-40.

Seasons Open: 24/7 365 days a year!

Off-Road Trails: The Windrock Park trail system includes over 310 miles of maintained off-road vehicles trails or riders with all skill levels and is open to all types of vehicles including: ATVs, SxSs, Jeeps/4x4s, buggies, dirtbikes and mountain bikes. The trail system ranges from easy gravel roads to extreme mountainous terrain. All riders/drivers must ride responsibly! No alcohol is allowed on the trail system.

Windrock Park General Store: The Windrock Park General Store is located at the Trailhead and offers Land Use Permit purchases, souvenirs, riding and camping gear and other merchandise. A fleet of SxSs with two, three and four seats are also available to rent upon reservation.

912 Windrock Road, Oliver Springs, TN 37840

Store Phone: 865-435-3492

Windrock Park Campground: The Windrock Park Campground is located on 259 acres with picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. The campground includes deluxe cabins, RV sites with full hookups and primitive campsites. There are two bathhouses as well as two pavilions inside the campground. Also, available along Windrock Road are several fully-furnished deluxe cabins that have large decks and satellite television. The campground and cabins are just a short distance from the Trailhead and trails are accessible from the campground.

555 Windrock Park Lane, Oliver Springs, TN 37840

Campground Office Phone: 865-435-1251

Windrock Bike Park: Windrock Bike Park is home to the gnarliest downhill mountain bike trails in the Southeast! These trails are geared towards the skilled rider consisting of steep, rocky and technical descents with many trail features that consist of natural as well as man-made drops and jumps. Pricing varies depending on the day of week, and Unlimited Access Passes are also available. Shuttles are available on most weekends. Passes are available for purchase at the Windrock Park General Store.

Windrock Shooting Range: Located just down the road from Windrock Park General Store, the Windrock Shooting Range is a great way to begin or end your day! This outdoor range offers several pistol bays and 100+ yard rifle range. You can shoot steel or paper with rifles, pistols or shotguns. Don't have a firearm, but want to try it out? All types of rentals are available here with a certified person onsite to assist.

Events: Windrock Park produces and manages several different events annually. The Spring and Fall Jamboree include ATV and SxS events like guided rides, mud bog and drag race and a haunted trail ride in the fall. There is also an annual Windrock Shindig, a huge outdoor country music concert in Windrock Hollow. The Park hosts multiple off-road events and non-motorized races for clubs and organizations as well. During these events, the Park does not close to other riders. Please visit our website for a current list of annual events!

Trail Distance

Over 300 miles of off-road trails

Trail Rules and Restrictions

Each person, no matter their age or activity, must have a Land Use Permit to enter upon the Coal Creek property. For a complete list of costs of permits and rules associated with the permit, please visit

Trailhead Access and Parking

The trail head is located on Windrock Road in Oliver Springs. The parking lot has great access and trails leave directly from this parking area. Security guards can be found along the main trails, gravel roads and monitoring the parking area.

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