Best Off Road in Indiana
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Indiana, Warrick County
00 :13 hrs
Interlake State Recreation has a variety of trails to explore and is open from dawn to dusk. There is an entrance fee of $15 per vehicle to use the trails. All vehicles must be registered or licensed. Big Kate is the longest easy trail in the system. You can expect some hairpin turns, hills, ravines, and rocks or obstacles.
Indiana, Fountain County
00 :14 hrs
This park offers a variety of terrain including sand dunes, deep water crossings, gravel hills, mud bogs, woods trails, and rock crawling sections for jeeps. They are open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. Buggy’s and sand rails are not allowed.
Indiana, Bartholomew County
00 :08 hrs
Wildcat Creek MX sits in a hardwood forest and has a fast motocross track with obstacles, jumps, step-ups, and step-downs. There is a large area for staging and primitive camping is available. Call before heading out to get a practice schedule.
Indiana, Pulaski County
00 :17 hrs
FMX Paradise MX Park offers a peewee track, a pro track, and a freestyle area open to motorcycles and ATVs. Call or check the website for heading out to get a schedule for riding hours.
Indiana, Sullivan County
00 :15 hrs
Redbird State Recreation offers 700 acres of ORV trails as well as some challenge areas. The terrain was created by historic coal mining. There is a fee and all ORVs must have spark arrestors and mufflers. Trails are marked and have limitations according to size. Trail 3 is a scenic trail that winds through the woods and next to lakes. It is technical for stock vehicles.
Indiana, Huntington County
01 :38 hrs
The Salamonie Snowmobile Trail has 2 staging areas. This section begins at the Lost Bridge Trailhead which is on the northern end. It is maintained by the Indiana DNR with help from the Salamonie Trailmasters. All snowmobiles must be registered. Be cautious and follow posted signs. Do not leave the marked trail.
Indiana, Vermillion County
00 :04 hrs
This track is owned by the Pleasure Riders Motorcycle Club. There is a motocross track and some wooded hill climbs. Membership is required and they are open to motorcycles year-round.
Indiana, Elkhart County
01 :53 hrs
This section of the Miami Snowmobile Trail begins at the Eby Pines Trailhead. There are short areas with no trail so use caution. It is maintained by the Elkhart County Snowmobile Club. All snowmobiles must be registered. Be cautious and follow posted signs. Do not leave the marked trail.
02 :00 hrs
This section of the Miami Snowmobile Trail begins at the Elkhart County Fairgrounds. You will head north through rural farmlands. It is maintained by the Elkhart County Snowmobile Club. All snowmobiles must be registered. Be cautious and follow posted signs. Do not leave the marked trail.
Indiana, Allen County
01 :33 hrs
Beginning from the Hoagland Community Park Trailhead, this section of the Heritage Snowmobile Trail travels east. There are other options to ride north and make a loop or follow your tracks back. It is maintained by the headland Blizzard Blazers. All snowmobiles must be registered. Be cautious and follow posted signs. Do not leave the marked trail.
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