Want to go offroading near Allentown, Pennsylvania?
Where2Wheel will help you find offroad trails near you! We exclusively cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails. Read along and we will point out offroad places near Allentown, PA.
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Alright, we were talking about offroad trails near Allentown, Pennsylvania. Again, last warning, we are talking about Jeep trails and 4x4 trails that are large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here. The first offroad trail near Allentown is Rausch Creek Off-Road Park. Rausch Creek Off-Road Park is located 60 miles W of Allentown, and it is worth noting that we have another 7 trails (at the moment) on the W2W map that are closer towards Allentown, but Rausch Creek gets the mention as it is the East Coast Mecca of Offroading. Rausch Creek Off Road Park is devoted to providing a fun, legal place for off-road enthusiasts to go four-wheeling. The park consists of almost 3,000 acres of easy, intermediate, and difficult trails - featuring rocks, bowls, hills, club friendly trails, and free, on-site camping. There is a 2-vehicle minimum to drive the trails; make sure to check out other things that you need to know before visiting by viewing their site here. If you are curious about those 7 trails that are closer to Allentown than Rausch Creek is, simply click here to see the Where2Wheel trails map and take a glance for yourself (Don't worry, it's free).
The next offroad trail near Allentown worthy of a mention is Pine Barrens located about 100 miles SE of Allentown. I realize that two hours one-way is a lot of travel time, but Pine Barrens is well worth the drive, and it's free to wheel so just consider a tank of gas the price of admission. Again, if you are looking for closer trails to Allentown, then click here to visit the Where2Wheel trails map. As for Pine Barrens, the trail system is located in Wharton State Park in Hammonton, NJ. Pine Barrens has over 500 miles of unpaved roads that tend to get extremely muddy when conditions are wet; it is a great spot to spend a day of offroading, but make sure to brief yourself on the rules before heading out to Pine Barrens.
The last offroad trail near Allentown is Jeeps at the Farm located 50 miles SE of Allentown. There are two additional trails located inbetween Allentown and Jeeps at the Farm, but I'll leave it to you to check out the Where2Wheel trails map and find the local lesser known trails yourself so that I don't make a trail recommendation that I haven't researched. As for Jeeps at the Farm, this is a small farm turned ORV Park a few times a year; it's a great place to connect with your local Jeep community at when they are open for wheeling. See their open dates and latest happenings here.
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Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Allentown, Pennsylvania. For more offroad trail information you can visit Where2Wheel or check out our Pennsylvania blog about offroad spots in PA.
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