North Cumberland OHV Riding Area
High Impact Habitat Conservation Permits
|035||Resident Annual Permit||$73.00|
|036||Resident Daily Permit||$15.00|
|037||Non-Resident Annual Permit||$232.00|
|038||Non-Resident Daily Permit||$37.00|
Click for black & white PDF of the OHV Riding Area. A detailed color map of the area can be purchased for $6.00 by downloading the WMA map form.
Public use is allowed during all hunts. During daylight hours all users outside of the enclosed vehicle or outside of camp must wear, on the upper portion of their body and head, a minimum of 500 square inches of daylight fluorescent orange, visible front and back, during the deer/elk-gun and muzzleloader seasons.
No person shall remove minerals, including coal, trees, plants (including vines), or building stones from the area without specific authorization. Detailed WMA and hunting regulations can be found in the current edition of the Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide.
The area-wide speed limit is 25 mph. Organized competition events for motorized/non-motorized vehicles prohibited. Reckless operation of motorized and non-motorized vehicles prohibited. Reckless operation is defined as operating a vehicle in a reckless or negligent manner as to endanger the life limb or property of any person. A maximum noise limit of 86 dB for all motorized vehicles measured at 50 feet from the exhaust.
Trails are named and numbered with signs at trailheads and confidence markers placed at half-mile intervals. Trailhead signs have symbols indicating trail difficulty level and user types allowed. Be aware of logging and mining activities as you travel the trails and primitive roads.
WildCasts 320 4x4 In The Great Outdoors
In this video, Tennessee WildCast is visiting with OHV Manager, Rusty Dunn and OHV Sargent, Dustin Burke to learn more about the off-highway riding opportunities on North Cumberland WMA. Don't miss it Watch WildCast Episodes