Big Rock Off Road Park For OHV Driving

The 3rd most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Kentucky.

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Northeast of Lexington and south of Maysville, the Big Rock OHV Park has a dedicated section open to OHV users. The terrain itself consists of many large wooded valleys and long open ridges. There are miles and miles of trails completely in the woods. The trails themselves consist of dozer made trails and rider made trails. There are plenty of challenging hill climbs to satisfy the most hardcore riders, and plenty of easy trails for kids and beginners.

Big Rock is located a little over and hour east of Cincinnati, Ohio, just outside of Maysville, Kentucky. From the Cincinnati, and Northern Ky area, you should take Rt9 (AA Hwy)(exit 77) off of I-275.

Follow Rt9 all the way to Maysville, should take just over an hour, from the Wendys you continue on for 4 1/2 miles. On the right side of the road look for the sign. Take the next road on the left and follow the arrows to the parking lot. The park is located at 8157 Stonelick Road in Maysville.

This area is open everyday 9am - 7pm in the summer, 9am - 6 pm the rest of the year.

Overall, Big Rock Off Road Park is the 3rd most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 12 OHV routes in Kentucky. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Big Rock Off Road Park including D and K Off-Road Park and HillzNHollarz Off Road Park.

Big Rock Off Road Park OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  Big Rock (606) 759-9106 or (606) 759-8204; Kentucky Tourism (800) 225-TRIP; Southbound ATV Rentals (877) 349-2305.

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

Base Camp:  Onsite Camping

GPS:  38.603276, -83.755085

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  7/29/2016

ID:  20516

Big Rock Off Road Park OHV Driving Map


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