Interlake Property For ATV Riding

The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Indiana.

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Northeast of Lynnville and east of Spurgeon in Pike County, the Interlake Property ( aka Spurgeon Riding Area and Lynnville Riding Area) has 5,600 acres open to ATV riding. This is an old coal mine area which is split by CR1200. The north side of CR1200 is owned by a coal company and the south side is managed by the state. The trails pass through forest and coal flats with mud and jumps.

To reach the trailhead from Louisville, head west on US64 to Exit 39. Turn north on SR61 through Lynnville. Continue for about 4 or 5 miles past Lynnville. About a half mile before the town of Spurgeon, turn right on CR1200 S (gravel road) heading east for 2.5 miles. Look for parking area at intersection with CR1200.

There are 4 designated entrances to this property:

South entrance (main entrance) - State Road 68 (east of Lynnville)

North entrance - County Road 1200 South (Pike County, south of Spurgeon)

West entrances – County Road 1300 South (Pike-Warrick county line)

Clutter Road (Warrick County).

Overall, Interlake Property is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 9 ATV trails in Indiana.


Local Contact(s):  Interlake Property (317) 232-4029; Indiana Tourism (800) 289-6646.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Onsite Camping

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Interlake Property ATV Trails Review

GPS:  38.2393394, -87.233806

Date Published:  5/17/2016

Date Updated:  8/5/2016

ID:  15130

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