Best Local Spots for Off-Roading in Michigan

off-roading in MichiganShuman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram has teamed up with American Exploration Vehicle (AEV) conversions to help take your Jeep or Ram model to the next level. You’ll find everything from lift and level kits to special intakes, tires, suspensions, and more. Special models even include the JK Wrangler and Brute Double Cab. With one of these models, you can easily go off-road at one of the many great locations in Michigan primed for adventure and exploration.

Some of the best places for off-roading in the state include the list of trails on the Department of Natural Resources webpage. Among the most popular is The Mounds Off-Road Park, located in the Genesee County Parks system. You’ll find challenging terrain as well as a number of trails, and Mount Morris is just a short drive from a number of other areas.

Next, visit Bundies Hill Off-Road Park. This fairly new park has sand, mud, and rocks, as well as hill climbs and spots for motocross. The daily pass is just $15 (with additional charges for multiple passengers), which is perfect for those looking for a way to spend the day. Plus, you can bring your ATV in addition to your AEV conversion for double the fun.

Finally, stop by Rocks and Valleys Off-Road Park in Harrison, MI. This place is further away than other parks, but it has a whopping 200 acres covered in a network of trails. You can find rocks, dirt, and hills for just $20 for a daily pass (another $5 per passenger).

The Mounds, Bundies Hill, and Rocks and Valleys are among the top three locations in the area to go off-roading. To prepare your 4×4 for the trip, stop by Shuman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for a tune-up.

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I am the third-generation owner of Shuman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Walled Lake, MI. After working as a lawyer for 11 years, I took over the dealership my family started in 1955.

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