Sunday, February 17, 2008


Pike State Forest is in southern Ohio also, about 80 miles south of Columbus, 3 miles east of Sinking Spring on SR 124. Pike State Forest covers 12,084 acres in western Pike County and eastern Highland County. The facility has 10 miles of trail open to motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles. The trails wind through the hollows and ridge tops, offering the visitor a challenging ride as well as some beautiful scenery and breathtaking views. Parking, latrines, and a novice area are all provided on the site.
There is also 43 miles of hiking trails and about 33 miles of horse trails.

Since I have not ridden here, I don't have any pictures of my own and I don't know how the trails are. It is 170 miles from me, so if I go I want it to be worth the trip.

Also, the ATV trails are only open from April 1 to November 30.

Click HERE for the website.

Click HERE for a pdf brochure of the ATV area.

Next time-My favorite, Perry State Forest.

1 comment:

Dane said...

wow i searched an found all your blogs for all the dcnr places, guess ill tag this one as well.
I love the snowy picture, we head up to the ANF for winter maybe ill consider staying in state

Dane Palmer