Located in the US, the OHV driving in Indiana is known for four scenic OHV routes. The best Indiana OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Haspin Acres, Redbird State Riding Area, Badlands Off Road Park, and Interlake Property / Spurgeon OHV Area. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Indiana OHV driving trail below.
South of Terre Haute near Dugger in Sullivan County, the 1,400 acre Redbird State Riding Area is the only State lands open to OHV routes. It is an old strip mine with clay hills.
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 4x4 OHV 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.
West of Attica, the Badlands area is a 800 acre private area for OHV users. There are rolling, wooded trails through sand dunes, off-camber hills and extreme rock areas.