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Your Jeep is the perfect companion for errands around Beavercreek or family trips through Springfield, but loyal Jeep enthusiasts know that this vehicle is meant for the great outdoors. If you’re ready to take your Jeep off-roading in Ohio, what should be the first spot on your list? We’re here to help you find the perfect trail for a weekend adventure. So whether you’re just getting started or a seasoned pro, discover the best Jeep trails in Ohio below:
Covering 1,500 acres of land in Garrettsville, Southington Off-Road Park is a fan favorite that’s sure to impress any driver. You’ll find trails to suit any level of off-road prowess, including beginner-friendly routes and obstacles for the seriously advanced. If you’re traveling with the family, there are also plenty of other amenities on the grounds: a pavilion, a playground, a sand volleyball court, and a a cabin with food and drinks.
Forbidden Zone Park is well-known for its gorgeous views, and because it’s open year-round, you can take advantage of the scenery throughout all four seasons. Drivers pop up from Wilmington and Xenia to enjoy the campgrounds in Irondale, often discovering new paths with every visit. Drive through creek beds, smooth hills, rocky hills, and even more challenges.
Located in scenic Hemlock, Tecumseh Trails is a legendary spot for the outdoor enthusiast. There are over 1,300 acres of trails to ride, including the popular Dragon Tail, and plenty of different terrains to put your skills to the test. Best of all, this location is known for its terrific hospitality. The trail owners are always willing to help you out of a bind, so you can head down the path less traveled with total confidence.
Are you willing to cross the state lines for a little extra adventure? Head just an hour past Cincinnati to Laurel, Indiana. When you hop the border to Haspin Acres, you’ll be treated with a sprawling 750 acres of hills and trails — and so much more. This includes everything from a motocross track to a drag strip to the infamous “Devil’s Backbone” trail. Plus, you can camp on the properties to make a weekend trip out of your travels.
Before you head out to Tecumseh or Southington, why not stop by Key Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT for a tune up? From customization to routine maintenance, our team can make sure your Jeep runs like a dream in Xenia. Contact us at any time or schedule a service at your convenience!
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