Located in the US, the OHV driving in Illinois is known for five fun OHV trails. The best Illinois OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be The Cliffs, Rocky Glen OHV Park, Little Egypt Off Road, Williams Hill Pass, and South Fork Dirt Riders. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Illinois OHV driving trail below.
East of Marion near Mount Vernon in Williamson County, the Little Egypt Off Road area has 30 miles of trails over 400 acres. The OHV routes pass through rolling wooded hills and open fields.
Near Rockford, the 120-acre Rocky Glen OHV Park features miles of 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.
Southeast of Harrisburg in Saline County, the Williams Hill Pass Association has 17 miles of trails over 220 acres. There are hills, wooded routes and an open field track. This is a great place to bring the family to ride.
Southeast of Springfield and west of Taylorville, the South Fork Dirt Riders area has 320 acres of OHV routes through timbered trails and some flat tracks. This private facility charges an access fee.