Majestic Trails

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  • Majestic Trails

    Majestic Trails - ATVMajestic Trails is located in Northwest Pennsylvania in the Majestic Allegany Mountain Region. The ATV trail system is located on over 1,000 acres of privately owned property and family operated  with plans for expansion. The trail system currently offers groomed trails with 2-loops totaling over 41 miles of 1-way traffic + about 10 miles of single track Dirt Bike trails  on mountainous terrain that offers a challenging ride. Children are welcome here. We prefer that children get a safety certificate but it is not required. The Peewee trails help the younger ones learn at their own pace.

     

     Majestic Trails Offers:

    • Legal ATV Trails
    • Camping “Primitive Style”
    • Challenging Mountainous Terrain
    • Two loops totaling over 41 miles of wooded technical ATV and Dirt Bike Trails
    • Single Track – Dirt Bikes Only
    • Motocross Play Area
    • Pee Wee Motocross Track & Trails
    • Swim, Canoe & Fish in pond in the Campground
    • All Welcome: ATV’s, Dirt Bikes, 3-Wheelers, Side-by-Sides, snowmobiles, mountain bikes, Horses & Hikers
    • Open Year Around
    • Family Friendly Atmosphere
    • Personal Assistance
    • Children and Pets Welcome
    • Something for Everyone!

    Majestic is not Just ATV Trails:

    • Camping on Site with a pond where you can swim, boat & fish.  Ride direct from you campsite
    • On site Cabin Rental – no need to pack and set up tent.  All bedding and amenities provided.
    • Adult Motocross
    • Peewee Motocross & Peewee trails
    • Single track Dirt Bike Tr

    Majestic Trails - Campsites2005 Rt. 46 or 2005 Hwy #46, Smethport, PA 16749 (usually works ok) (Look for Fitch Hill Road)

    Camping at Majestic Trails is “Wilderness Style” – Meaning that there are no facilities.

    (No Showers, No drinking water, No hookups, No dump station, No electric) Port-a-Pots or out houses are provided. Non-Potable water may be available in a water buffalo for washing up. This water is for Non-Potable purposes ONLY.  NOT to be used for drinking, cooking, dish washing, showering or Oral Hygiene. You must bring your own water for this.

    No Garbage receptacle on site. You Must take your own garbage out. (Bring it in – Bring it out)

    Please be prepared and bring your own garbage bags. If you want to sort your cans (no glass or plastic), you can leave them in a bag and we will recycle them.  We donate the cans to the local SPCA.

    We have room for Motor Homes, Campers, Toy Haulers and Tents.

    On-Site Lodging

    Majestic Trails - CabinPayment in advance Required – both units are a 2-night minimum

    Majestic Trails currently has 2-units on site that we rent to riders.   You can ride your machine direct to the trails from the units.  No tents & gear to pack and set up,  no need to trailer your machine to where you stay.

    Both units have Heat, Electric, Air Conditioning,  TV,  Microwave,  Refrigerator, Toaster Oven & Coffee pot, picnic table, charcoal grill.

    Make sure to book your stay well in advance, especially on holiday weekends.

    Best Route To Use:

    Rew, PA 16744 (at the Rew Intersection (Rt. 646 & Rt. 46), For Trailhead: continue South on Rt. 46 for 2-more miles to Trailhead on left.  Note :For the Camping area go 1-mile South on Rt. 46 (from Rew Intersection of 46 & 646) to Fitch Hill Road on left (Look for the sign that says “Majestic Trails ~ 1-mile ahead” that is where you enter for the campground).

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    DIRECTIONS

    Majestic Trails is located in Northwest Pennsylvania in the Allegheny Mountain region.

    Located approximately 2-hours South of Buffalo, NY,  6-hours from New York City,

    3-hours from Pittsburgh, 4-hours from Harrisburg, 3-hours from Binghamton, NY.

    !! PLEASE NOTE: Important GPS Information !!

    If you use a GPS Unit, please be careful as many GPS units take you the long way around – and sometimes lost.  Just for safe keeping, PRINT, READ and follow our directions below and compare to your GPS directions. You can input one of the two addresses below:

    Camping Area:

    2005 Rt. 46 or 2005 Hwy #46, Smethport, PA 16749 (usually works ok) (Look for Fitch Hill Road)

    Camping Area Directions:

    Follow directions below, go 8-miles South on Rt. 46 (instead of 9 miles)

    Then turn left onto “Fitch Hill Road” (Dirt Road).  Look for the sign that reads “Majestic Trails  1-mile Ahead”.

    Go to top of hill to the camping area.

    GPS – Use 2005 Rt. 46 or 2005 Hwy 46, Smethport, PA

    Note: Camping area is NOT for Day Riders ! Day riders need to go direct to the trailhead.

    Trailhead:

    2503 Rt. 46, Smethport, PA 16749 (does NOT usually work for GPS)

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    Directions

    Select A Location Nearest You

    From Binghamton, NY:

    Take I-17 West (Turns into I-86) to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA.  In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Bradford, PA:

    Take Route 46 South (also known as South Kendell Ave.) go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Buffalo, NY:

    Take I-90 to Route 219 South (Springville Exit) to Bradford, PA.  In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Cleveland, OH and Erie, PA:

    Take I-90 East to I-86 East (Jamestown Exit). Stay on I-86 East to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. I Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9- miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From DuBois, PA:

    Take Route 219 North to Bradford, PA.  In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Erie, PA:

    Take I-90 East to I-86 (Jamestown Exit). Stay on I-86 East to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. Get off Route 219 onto the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Harrisburg & Philadelphia, PA:

    Philadelphia (take your easiest Route to Harrisburg): In Harrisburg area, Take Rt. 322 towards State College. In State Collage take Rt. 26 to I-80. (Or take the closest Route to I-80). Travel West on I-80 until you get to Route 153 (Penfield Exit). Turn right onto Route 153 to Route 219 North to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9- miles to the trailhead on left.

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     From Jamestown, NY:

    Take I-86 East to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. Get off Route 219 onto the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Kane, PA:

    Take Route 6 East to Lantz Corners, PA. At Lantz Corners, take Route 219 North to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9- miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Marrienville, PA:

    Take Route 66 North to Kane, PA. In Kane, take Route 6 East to Route 219 North to Bradford, PA. Take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Pittsburgh, PA:

    Take I-79 North to I-80 East to Route 66 (Shippenville Exit). Take Route 66 North through Marienville to Kane. In Kane, take Route 6 East to Route 219 North to Bradford, PA. Take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Rochester, NY:

    Go south until you hit I-86 (take closest Route to I-86) and go west to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Scranton, PA:

    Take I-81 North to Binghamton, NY. Take I-17 west (Turns into I-86) to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    From Smethport, PA

    Take Route 46 North. Rts 446 & 46 Travel together for about 3 miles. When 46 North breaks off of 446, take Route 46 North. At the stop sign by the wax plant (where the 2-routes break off), go 4.3 miles to the trailhead on right.

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    From New York City or New Jersey Areas :  Approximately 6-7 hours

    Take your closest route to I-86/I-17 in New York State or I-80 in Pennsylvania then follow below:

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    NYC or New Jersey ~ From New York State (I-86) (I-17):

    Take I-17 west (Turns into I-86) to Route 219 South (Exit 23) to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Left onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

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    NYC or New Jersey ~ From  I-80:

    Travel West on I-80 until you get to Route 153 (Penfield Exit). Turn right onto Route 153 to Route 219 North to Bradford, PA. In Bradford, take the Kendall Avenue Exit (Route 46 South). Turn Right onto Route 46 South; go approximately nine 9-miles to the trailhead on left.

     

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