Quick Links to Trails & Parks by State

Indiana

Badlands Off-Road Park

Private Property

3968 N Xavier Rd, Attica, IN 47918

Phone:765-762-2981
Website: badlandsoffroad.com/

The Badlands Off Road Park is 800+ acres of multi-directional, diverse terrain. You’ll find sand dunes, wooded trails, gravel, mud, and rocks – trails and terrain for all types and skill levels of riders.Bikes and ATVs can test their skills on our full-size MX Track. SUVs, 4x4s, and Side x Sides can take on the challenges of our Rock Quarry/SUV Park.Our emphasis on safety and no drinking & driving creates the perfect environment for families. Regardless of your skill level, you will find riding perfectly suited for your abilities at The Badlands.

Drivers
(12 and Older) The following rates are for consecutive days of riding/driving (Rates are per driver, not per vehicle) One Day = $25 Two Days = $45 Three Days = $60 Four or more Days = $70

Passengers
(12 and Older) = $10 per day 6-11 = $5 per day Children 5 and Under (Drivers & Passengers) =free

Kansas

Kansas Rocks

Private Property

2051 130th St
Mapleton, KS 66754
Phone: 620-829-5328
Website: http://www.ksrockspark.com/

Please print a copy of the rules and keep with you while at the park.

Download the waiver.

Kansas Rocks does offer primitive camping on holiday weekends, event weekends, and by special arrangement. What could be better than wheeling, going to sleep, waking up, and wheeling again without leaving the park?

Missouri

Moonlight Racing

Private Property

21225 State Highway A Sullivan, Missouri 63080

Owner: Clint Sterling
(636) 629-0223

600 acres of various trail types. $15 per person kids 12 & under free. Jeeps, SXS and ATV are welcome at this location.

SMORR–Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch

Private Property

5722 State Highway K Seymour, MO 65746

Owner: Brandon Powell
Phone: (417) 773-4084
e-mail: jacksforkland@gmail.com
smorr.net

The Ranch is located about 5 miles south of Seymour, MO on HWY K. There are over 940 acres of terrain and fantastic trails ranging from level 1 (easy) to level 6 (hardcore). There’s something for everyone here! New trails are being cut and added frequently. 1 day driver pass $25 per vehicle. Passengers ages 13+ $10 per day. Kids 12 and under are Free.

Central Missouri Off-Road Park

Private Property

Phone: (573) 818-2893
Facebook Message
Website: centralmissourioffroadpark.com

Family Friendly. Well behaved pets welcome!! Trail Rides, Creek Run, Dirt Piles, Mud Pits, Concrete Piles and more!! Food available at pavilion. Trucks and jeeps need to have a hard top OR roll cage(only one is required). Seat belts must be worn at all times. Rock Buggies/Bouncers, Side by Sides, and UTVs are welcome, helmets and seat belts must be worn at all times. Sorry No ATVs or Motorcycles

Flat Nasty Offroad Park

Private Property

Phone: (573) 729-6668
e-mail: staff@flatnasty.com
facebook.com/flatnastyoffroadpark/

Trails for 4x4s, Rock Crawlers, ATVs, SideXSides, Dirt Bikes. We are always open. Wheeling fees are $20 daily for driver/vehicle and $5 for passengers and visitors over age 12.

Vandyz Offroad Farm

Private Property

Phone:573-826-0246
Owner: Phillip D Vandeloecht
FaceBook Message
Vandys Facebook Group

$10.00 for adults kids free

Utah

Group of Midwest Jeepthing Club Members enjoying their Jeeps off-road at Sand Hollow, Utah

Sand Hollow, Utah

Public Land–Free Access

Located nearly 1,500 miles from St. Louis, this is a bucket list destination and every Jeeper’s dream for wheeling.

3351 Sand Hollow Rd Hurricane, UT 84737

Oklahoma

Rugged Mountain Ranch

500 miles from St. Louis, this is the  most EXTREME rock crawling in Eastern Oklahoma.

D164.3 Rd, Clayton, OK 74536

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Midwest Jeeping

As one of the largest Jeep only clubs in the United States, our goal is to educate, communicate and enjoy the sport of Tread Lightly® Four Wheeling. Club membership is open to any family or individual that owns a Jeep brand vehicle. Get out there and enjoy your Jeep. Our wheeling destinations series is intended to showcase the epic adventures of our members and highlight yet another cool way to use your Jeep.

We’d like to thank Jane Schuth for sharing her trip, information and photos. 🤘