Where to Go Off-Roading Near Kansas City, MO

Reed Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Kansas City Off-Road Trails in Missouri and Kansas

OFF-ROAD TRAILS IN MISSOURI

There are a wide variety of Off-Road Trails in Missouri that are just waiting to be explored! Pack up and bring the whole family for a day of fun in the sun or a night ride that you will never forget! If you’re looking to camp, many Off-Roading Parks offer Primitive Camping for a fee. Check out our recommendations below!


South Big Creek Ranch, LLC in Gallatin, Missouri

Off-Road Area in Daviess County, Missouri

    Hours:

  • Monday – Friday: Closed
  • Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Offering over ten miles of Off-Road trails in Gallatin, Missouri, South Big Creek Ranch, LLC will have you winding through 101 acres of Off-Roading glory! There is plenty to see as you make your way through woodlands, creeks, and pastures. Encounter a variety of wildlife as you spend your day exploring this vast Private Property.

Primitive Camping is allowed at an additional fee as well as Cabin Rentals.

Vandyz Offroad Park in Steedman, Missouri

Off-Road Area in Callaway County, Missouri

    Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: Closed
  • Saturday: Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday: 12am – 5pm

Off-Road trails for a variety of skill levels and vehicle types, that’s what you’ll find in Vandyz Offroad Park located in Steedman, Missouri. Whether you’re looking for a Mud Hole to spend the day in or a Creek Crawl at Night, there’s fun to be had for the whole family. All Vehicle types are welcome: Trucks, 4 Wheelers, Side-by-Sides, and more.

Primitive Camping is allowed at an additional fee including tents and rigs.

Moonlight Racing Off Road Park in Sullican, Missouri

Off-Road Park in Washington County, Missouri

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours

ATVs, UTVs, Dirt Bikes, and 4×4 Vehicles are welcome to ride the trails both easy and hard on the 585 acres at Moonlight Racing Off Road Park in Sullican, Missouri. From Barns to creeks your family will enjoy a variety of terrains that are sure to please! Off-Roading in Washington County, Missouri features natural waterfalls and wooded areas perfect for a day’s ride.

Primitive Camping is allowed at an additional fee.

FLATNASTY Off-Road Park in Jadwin, Missouri

Off-Road Area in Dent County, Missouri

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours

With views of the Ozark Mountains, FLATNASTY Off-Road Park in Jadwin, Missouri features over 850 Acres of Off-Roading land to explore. While most terrain is rugged, there are some sections that are suited for beginners. All vehicle types are welcome: 4x4s, Rock Crawlers, ATVs, Side-by-Sides, Dirt Bikes, Jeeps, and more. Want to get in some fishing? This property offers small lakes that are stocked with fish!

Primitive Camping is allowed at an additional fee including Cabins and Bunkhouses for rent.

Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch, LLC in Seymour, MO

Off-Road Area in Webster County, Missouri

    Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: Closed
  • Friday – Saturday: 8am – 7pm
  • Sunday: 8am – 2pm

Experience the Missouri Ozarks while Off-Roading at Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch, LLC in Seymour, MO. There are trails that will be easy for beginners and trails that will test your build! Wildlife is abundant on the trails. You’ll see Black Bears, White Tail Deer, Turkey, and everything in between. Visit over 940 acres of Off-Road trails that will stun you and picturesque vistas that will bring you back for years to come.

Primitive Camping is allowed at an additional fee as well as Cabin Rentals.

OFF-ROAD TRAILS IN KANSAS

Looking to get in some Off-Roading on Trails in Kansas? We’ve got you covered with our top selection of easy to tough terrains! There are activities the whole family will love and the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down! Some Off-Road Areas offer Primitive Camping and Cabin Rentals for a fee. View our recommendations below!


Turtle Creek ORV Area in Randolph, Kansas

Off-Road Area in Riley County, Kansas

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 9am- 5:30pm

A popular area for Off-Roading, Turtle Creek ORV Area in Randolph, Kansas offers terrains that include: rugged trails with sharp turns, rock steps, steel hills, creeks, ruts, and all the mud your Off-Road heart could desire! Check out the Rock Garden located at the Main Staging Area rated Double Black Diamond. All vehicles are welcome to enjoy the park amenities.

Camping is not permitted.

Kansas Rock Recreation Park KRRP in Mapleton, Kansas

Off-Road Area in Bourbon County, Kansas

    Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 12am – 7pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 7pm
  • Sunday: 8am – 5pm

Welcoming 4 Wheel Drivers, Mountain Bikers, Hikers, and UTVers, adventure and memories await at Kansas Rock Recreation Park KRRP in Mapleton, Kansas. The diverse Off-Roading terrain of wooded trails, gravel, mud, and rocks will challenge all skill levels. Only SUVs, 4x4s, and Side-by-Sides can handle the challenges this 380 acres of land has in store.

Camping is allowed at an additional fee including tents and RVs.

Syracuse Sand Dunes in Syracuse, Kansas

Off-Road Area in Hamilton County, Kansas

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Let loose or spend some quiet time enjoying the Off-Roading Trails at Syracuse Sand Dunes in Syracuse, Kansas. Offering over 1,300 acres, this is the largest Sand Dunes Park in Kansas! If you’re a Sand Drag Enthusiast, you’ll love the rolling hills, flats, and bowls throught the area. Take the kids fishing on the 40 acre stocked fishing pond with restrooms on site.

Camping is allowed at an additional fee including tents and RVs.

School Creek ORV Area in Wakefield, Kansas

Off-Road Area in Geary County, Kansas

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 8am – 8pm

Rugged and narrow wooded Off-Roading Trails can be found near the northwestern shores of Milford Lake at School Creek ORV Area in Wakefield, Kansas. While riding is only permitted to Motorcylces, Dirt Bikes, and ATVs during daylight hours, there is no fee changed for parking or riding. With 287 acres to explore, you’ll find the Off-Road adventure you crave.

Camping is not permitted.

Kansas All-Terrain Vehicle Association in Osage, Kansas

Off-Road Area in Osage County, Kansas

    Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Want a sling some mud or take it easy ride? You’ve found the Off-Road experience you’re looking for at Kansas All-Terrain Vehicle Association in Osage, Kansas. With over 100 acres of wooded trails, this is your go-to camp out location for the weekend! The kids can learn to ride in the the Children’s Riding Area and the adults can visit one of the 19 campsites with electric hookups available.

Camping is allowed at an additional fee.