Rausch Creek Off Roading Trails

EASY 6 reviews

Rausch Creek Off Roading Trails is a 10.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Pine Grove, Pennsylvania and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for off road driving and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
10.1 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1197 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dog friendly

off road driving

This area is for off road driving rather than hiking or walking. Rausch Creek Off-Road Park is devoted to providing a fun, legal place for off-road enthusiasts to go four-wheeling with their four-wheel drive Jeep, truck, or SUV. The park consists of 3,000 acres of easy, intermediate, and difficult trails - featuring rocks, bowls, hills, club friendly trails, and free, on-site camping. There is a two vehicle minimum so do not come alone unless you are meeting a group. Please visit the programs page to learn more about how to find others to go wheeling with: www.rc4x4.org Trails are marked similar to ski slopes. Greens aren't very difficult for a capable vehicle, start with those. You need to have CB to talk with trail guide. Beautiful trails and fun climbs and runs. The park does not allow quads, bikes, or side-by-sides. Friday and Saturday open for wheeling 8-Dusk Sunday park closes at 5 Winter hours F/Sa/Su 8-5 Monday-Thursday open by reservation

off road driving
10 months ago

Awesome trail to wheel at. Brought our stock '16 Wrangler and stock '15 Grand Cherokee. All though they claim any stock SUV can handle the green trails let me assure you... A Grand Cherokee would have had it's bumper ripped off. We had a lot of fun, trail was challenging but very manageable. Stuck to the green trails.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

We always have a blast coming here a putting a beating on our rigs !! That and I like seeing all the other families out having fun wheeling it up!!

off road driving
Monday, September 05, 2016

Definitely the most entertaining thing to do with a jeep on the east coast. There is a two vehicle minimum so mint come alone unless you are meeting a group. Trails are marked similar to ski slopes. Greens aren't very difficult for a capable vehicle, but I would recommend starting with them.

off road driving
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

You can choose what level trail you want to drive based on what your 4x4 and yourself can handle. We have only gone during special events, so I am not sure how it is in regular season. Needed to have CB to talk with trail guide. Beautiful trails and fun climbs and runs.

10 months ago

off road driving
Saturday, May 31, 2014