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ORV Park Websites

Postby Chet » October 10th, 2007, 7:44 am

all time distance from Elkhart, IN

Off Road Parks Across The USA


Badlands ORV 2h 50m 149m Attica, IN 700 acres
Haspin Acres 3h 52m 220m Laurel, IN 750 acres
RedBird State Recreational Area ORV 4h 16m 253m Linton, IN 1400 acres


Michigan Park and Trail Map
SilverLake Dunes
Turtle Ridge ORV
Mounds ORV
Twisted Trails 3h 43m 224m Copemish, MI 200 acres
Rocks and Valleys 3h 27m 209m Harrison, MI 200 acres
Drummond Island7h 9m 408m Drummond, MI 117m of trails
Bundy Hill 1h 44m Bundy Hill Off Road Jerome, Michigan 350 acres


The Cliffs - Insane Terrain
Hannibal Rocks


Big Rock Offroad Park
Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Area 7h 39m 487mi Harlen, KY 8,000 acres
Wildcat Adventures Off-Road Park6h 8m 404m Bernstadt, KY 2,000 acres

Wind Rock6h 8m 404m Oliver Springs, 8h 2m 511m TN 72,000 acres

Wellsville Trails 5h 5m 340m Wellesville,OH

Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch 8h 56m 592m Seymour, MO 940 acres

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Postby Chet » October 10th, 2007, 7:49 am

As some of these places have come up in discussion, I thought it'd be handy to have a compilation of websites in Indiana & neighboring states.

Maybe worth a sticky; people could add places and/or reviews...?
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Postby xjjeepthing » October 10th, 2007, 9:20 am

I will make this a sticky , good idea. If anybody has some to add feel free
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Postby Shaguardriver » December 20th, 2009, 10:46 am

Just a few you should add:


Rocks and Valleys

Great place to wheel. The trails are set up well and are labled according to challenge. They are park of the Ski resort so they use the same trail markers as you would see on the ski slopes.

Bundy Hill

This one is a newer park I only went to the park for the Night wheel so I did not see the entire park. I did like what I did see though. It is a work in progress but has some great challenges for both the prepared rig and the stocker.
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