Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
West of Attica, the Badlands Off Road Park area is a 800 acre private area for off-road motorcycle trails riding (open to the public). There are rolling, wooded trails through sand dunes, off-camber hills and extreme rock areas.
East of Indianapolis and Laurel, the Haspin Acres area has hundreds of miles of trails winding and rolling through forest that are open to dirt biking. There are also 2 tracks: a small supercross-style track with tight corners, and a large traditional motocross-style track with wider turns and larger jumps.
Northeast of Lynnville and east of Spurgeon in Pike County, the Interlake Property has 5,600 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. Also known as Spurgeon Riding Area and Lynnville Riding Area, 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.
South of Muncie near Selma, the 2,300 acre Prairie Creek Park has 70 acres open to dirt bike riding. Motorcycles and ATVs have long used this trail system. The result is a honeycomb of paths bent on criss-crossing each other.
South of Bloomington, the Lawrence County Recreation Park has 400 acres of dirt biking trails on rolling hills and meadows. The park is open Thursday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm.
South of Terre Haute near Dugger in Sullivan County, the 1,400 acre Redbird State Riding Area is the only State lands open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. It is an old strip mine with clay hills.
East of Gary near Kingsbury, the Motoland area has both a motocross track and a peewee track spread across 43 acres. Many local riders consider Motoland to be the premier MX track in Indiana.