6420 La Rose Rd.
352-797-5759 (Croom Office)
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per ATV / Motorcycle.
or 4 wheeled) and Motorcycles.
*** (3 out of 5) / Camping Facilities **** (4 out of 5)
park with many places to ride for beginners to experts. Large
wooded camping area. Can be very peaceful during the week and
it is great to see and meet other ATV riders on the weekends.
Mostly woods riding. Weekends can be very busy.
if you have multiple ATVs. No long, flat and smooth areas to
really get some speed. Some of the trails are heavily whooped
Area is located in Brooksville, FL along side I-75 just north of
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Day Use Area
#1 - Points of Interest
This picture is of Croom's Sand Hill
area (a.k.a. "The Pit"). A very large open area for high
speed riding. It's located just south of the 1st Day Use Area. This
panorama picture was taken during a week day, so no one was there!
It can be very busy on the weekends. Depending on weather conditions
(more rain means more ruts) it can be the perfect place to ride
your ATV at Croom. During the dry season in Florida (Jan - May)
it can get pretty dusty with lots of riders (see picture below).
So don't forget your goggles!
a picture of Sand Hill during the wet season in Florida (June -
September.) As you can see it is quite flooded!
many good wooded sand trails to the north and west of the Sand Pit.
Although may of them are full of whoops and an ideal route for an
ATV can be hard to find, but they do exist!
Day Use Area #2 - Points of Interest
The Day Use Area #2 is the
best place to ride an ATV. There are many great places to go. The
best trails are located all the way to the west and north of the main
road. They have the least amount of whoops and are fun to ride on.
If you are looking for some more technical riding, try the area around
the small lake just south of the Day Use Area #2 parking area. Be
careful though! There are many steep drop offs that can cause serious
just a few of the great places to ride in Day Use Area #2. Go ahead
and explore! If you get lost you can always listen (with your engine
off of course!) for the traffic on I-75 coming from the east to
get your bearings. There is also a fence line running around the
entire park that can help you get back to the parking areas.
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