Demon Run ATV Trails

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About Us

Ride Area Info

Demon Run Trails is a privately-owned, club member managed, family-oriented trail system just west of Bath, New York. It's about an hour southwest of Rochester and an hour southeast of Buffalo. We Welcome Insured: Trail & Enduro Motorcycles, ATV's, and UTV's up to 60 inches wide. Trails are well marked and varied in difficulty from very easy for the kids to challenging cut offs from the easy loops for more of a challenge. Close to 90% of the trails are routed through mature forest with a lot of elevation change. The ride area is on 1000 acres of working farm so not only do you get to ride, you get to see crops and animals mature through the year. If your lucky "Farmer Dave" might even take you on a personal walk with the animals tour...


Ride Area Includes:
20+ Miles of Well Marked Woods Trail
Easy Parking for Larger Vehicles

Attached Campground on a Lake (http://www.lakedemmon.com)

Designated Mud Holes, Hill Climbs, ATV Play Area, Bike Wash


Hours of operation: Daily from 7am to Dusk.


Month to Month Membership:
Family- 35.00 First Month + 30.00 Per Month Maintenance Fee
Single- 25.00 First Month + 20.00 Per Month Maintenance Fee
*Month to Month Memberships can be upgraded at any time and any fee's paid will be credited toward the cost of a Seasonal Membership

Seasonal Membership: 
Family: 140.00 includes membership and all maintenance fees (Expires 12-31-2015) 
Single: 100.00 includes membership and all maintenance fees ( Expires 12-31-2015)
*Your second year dues will be discounted the pro-rated portion of months you missed your first year.

Trails close for the FIRST WEEK of Deer Hunting Season. However, if you are still wondering about admission please gives us a call.

Safety and Requirements
  • Helmet, Proper Ride Attire and Vehicle Insurance Required.
  • Two-up riding allowed ONLY on ATVs and UTVs manufactured for two riders
  • Riders must stop and pay their gate fees and waiver at the Farm House at 7201 Harris Hill Road.
  • Before riding ANYWHERE, everyone must complete and sign a liability waiver. A liability waiver must be signed by a parent or the legal guardian of any minor (child or children under the age of 18) upon entering the premises.
  • Stay on the marked trails. Failure to do so will result in immediate expulsion from the trails.All children under the age of 18 must have constant adult supervision and cannot ride on any trails without an adult.
  • Stay on the marked trails. Failure to do so will result in immediate expulsion from the trails.
  • Never ride alone.
  • Ride within your limitations.
  • Respect the rights of others.
  • Dune buggies and full-size four wheel and two wheel drive vehicles are prohibited on all trails.
  • Absolutely no operating an ATV, UTV or dirt bike while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • No riding on the trails after dark. Head back on time!
  • Stop, then cross all paved roads at a 90 degree angle.
  • Do not ride on any State or Township Roads. (Only in an EMERGENCY, and then, on the shoulder of the road ONLY). NOTE: Police may still issue a fine if you are on a public road.
  • Do not ride on the roads that go around the sides of the lake. Doing so will result in immediate expulsion, without refund.
  • If someone tells you that you are doing something wrong, STOP DOING IT. If you don't agree, go to the Farm House and discuss it there. Do not get into an argument or give an attitude with the individual who spoke to you or you will be asked to leave immediately, without refund.
  • Tree cutting, burning tires, discharge of firearms, reckless riding, excessive noise after dark and littering are strictly prohibited. Violation of any of the Rules may result in you being expelled immediately.

Supporting Dealer Explanation
* Triggered by massive statewide trail closures, an important call to action has gone out repeatedly to powersport dealers in New York since 2006. Dealers were asked to support an effort to bring the trails and riding back. About a third of the dealers contacted felt it was a worthy cause and got involved. A huge commitment wasn't needed from each dealer, involvement has averaged less than $75 and thirty minutes per month. Combined as a group they have enabled a professional full time development effort to exist for almost ten years. Over 2000 miles of legal insured trail now exists, and there are over 140 different areas and events to attend. Almost every opportunity assisted by, a direct result, or using resources created with this effort. Tools, systems, and resources have been developed for private land development that will enable massive expansion in the near future.


Expansion is critical with many times more riders in the state than the current ride areas can support. As we start to advertise and areas reach capacity, many will become limited to exclusive use by households with at least one machine purchased at a supporting dealer.


We hope you understand why it's important to support the dealers that created the opportunity for these areas to exist, and continue their efforts so they can prosper.  We apologize if you were unaware during your last vehicle purchase, please consider a supporting dealer for the next one.