You do a lot of work with your truck, like hauling farming supplies and trailering your horses. Sometimes you just wanna have fun — and going off-roading in your Silverado or Colorado is a great way to do that. There are plenty of scenic sites in Kentucky to take your truck mudding or river fording if you want to go off-roading near Louisville.
A short drive west of Louisville across the border in Indiana will take you to Interlake State Recreation Area. This park is over 3,500 acres and attracts many off-roading enthusiasts in the tri-state area. All types of vehicles are welcome on its dozens of trails — including GMC Sierras and Canyons.
Head to eastern Kentucky to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to find this huge site for four-wheeling. More than 600 acres of trails at Dirty Nasty Off-Road Park give you plenty of room for mudding, rock crawling, and bouncing.
South of Louisville is B&J Offroad Park. Join the camp and you’ll have year-round daily access to the 4×4 trails. This park is located in Bowling Green, so plan a day trip so you can swing by the Corvette Museum while you’re in town!
Before you take your truck off-roading in Kentucky, make sure you bring it to Champion Chevrolet Buick GMC for a tune-up. Our service technicians will ensure your vehicle is ready to hit the hills and dig into the dirt. Schedule a service appointment today.