Rocky Glen OHV Park For Dirt Biking

The 3rd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Illinois.

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Near Rockford, the 120-acre Rocky Glen OHV Park features miles of dirt bike trails. In addition, Rocky Glen offers three scramble areas of different difficulty levels: a beginners training area, an intermediate obstacle course and an advanced technical skills area. Rocky Glen is located along the Rock River. There is a lake on the property, plenty of open terrain, winding courses full of jumps and mature trees. Interesting vistas and variety await you, your friends and family.

To reach the dirt biking at Rocky Glen OHV Park from the east, follow US90 west toward Rockford. Take US39/Route 20; travel WEST toward Freeport. Travel approximately 5 miles west on Route 20. Just across the Rock River, exit at Route 2 (Dixon)/ Main St (Rockford) heading NORTH. Continue north on Main St. less than a quarter mile to first stoplight, Southrock Drive. Turn EAST on Southrock at the stoplight in back of the industrial business.

Overall, Rocky Glen OHV Park is the 3rd most popular dirt bike trail of all 20 dirt biking rides in Illinois. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Rocky Glen OHV Park including Byron Motorsports ORV Park and MC Motopark.


Local Contact(s):  Rocky Glen (815) 963-8081; Illinois Tourism (800) 223-0121.

Best Season:  May - Oct.

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Article Source:   Best Rocky Glen OHV Park Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  42.27324, -89.09114

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  7/22/2016

ID:  17902

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