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Offroad Kentucky: 5 Places to Take Your Lifted Truck or Jeep

Offroading in Kentucky has never been more exciting than when it’s in a lifted truck or Jeep that’s built for adventures. Kentucky is known for its picturesque views and mountains, giving it some of the best off-roading destinations in the United States. While you can bring your off-roading vehicle on a variety of trails, there’s nothing like heading out for an experience in some of the most popular places for the toughest vehicles.

5 Kentucky Hot Spots to Take Your Lifted Truck or Jeep

If you’re looking for new places to bring your lifted truck in Kentucky, you need to try these must-see spots.

  1. Rush Off-Road

    Find more than 100 miles of marked trails nestled within 7000 acres at Rush Off-Road. The park allows just about any off-roading vehicle, but you must register for a permit before riding. If you plan to stay for a few days, take advantage of several nearby lodging facilities that’ll get you to and from the park quickly.

    Watch for events throughout the year, too. You can sign up with your email to get notified when new off-roading events are happening.

    Learn more about Rush Off-Road.

  2. Wildcat Adventures Off Road Park

    This family-friendly off-roading park has 2000 acres of land and more than 100 miles of trails. Trails vary in difficulty to accommodate everyone from beginners to experts. The park also has cabins and campsites, complete with electric, water, and sewer hookups, for families or groups who want to extend their stay.

    Learn more about Wildcat Adventures Off Road Park.

  3. Dirty Turtle Offroad Park

    Dirty Turtle Offroad Park is one of the smaller off-roading areas in Kentucky, but it still has close to 300 acres of space to explore with your lifted truck or Jeep. The park allows any off-road vehicle, and the trails are rated by skill level. You’ll need an annual trail pass to hit the trails.

    Learn more about Dirty Turtle Offroad Park.

  4. kentucky offroad truckDaniel Boone National Forest

    Daniel Boone National Forest has something for everyone: horse riding, hiking, water activities, winter sports, fishing, and more, are all available activities here. But off-roading enthusiasts mainly visit for its 150 miles of OHV riding trails.

    Many of these trails are only for smaller off-roading vehicles, like ATVs, but you can head to the Redbird Crest Trail System with your jeep or truck. Trail sections 14 and 15 are specifically for street-legal vehicles.

    Learn more about Daniel Boone National Forest.

  5. Black Mountain Offroad Adventure Area

    Black Mountain Offroad Adventure area is a famous spot in Southeast Kentucky that offers 7,000 acres of land with more than 150 miles of off-roading trails. Each trail is marked to keep you on track and have ratings to help you find ones that match your skill level. Some trails even include obstacles for your lifted truck or Jeep to power through.

    The park is open all day and all year, making it one of the most convenient destinations for off-roaders.

    Learn more about Black Mountain Offroad Adventure Area.

Trust the Experts at Sherry 4×4

Sherry 4×4 has an incredible selection of lifted trucks and Jeeps for sale. In fact, people come from all over the Kentucky to order lifted trucks from us, which is why we offer nationwide delivery to all 50 states.

We partner with Rocky Ridge for lifted Wranglers, Gladiators, and other lifted trucks, and we have trucks with packages from SCA Performance and RMT Overland. When you call or visit us for your new truck, we’ll make sure you get exactly what you need for every off-roading adventure.

Call us at (866)521-5711 or stop into our Piqua, Ohio dealership to learn more about our lifted trucks. You can also browse our inventory online to see what’s in stock.

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