A dirt bike is a lightweight motorcycle, designed for use on rough surfaces, such as dirt roads or trails. It is sometimes referred to as a trail bike.
Hale Mountain OHV Park has miles of trails ideal for the avid dirt bike / trail bike rider. Two wheels are as welcome as four wheels at this park. Come out for a ride today!
According to Wikipedia, Rock crawling is an "extreme form of off-road driving, using vehicles anywhere from stock to highly modified to overcome obstacles." In rock crawling, drivers guide highly modified four-wheel-drive vehicles such as trucks, Jeeps, and buggies over very harsh terrain. Some of the most sought-after locations include areas with large boulders, mountain foothills, rock piles, mountain trails, and more.
Hale Mountain OHV Park is a rock crawler's paradise, with over three miles of rock crawling trails, natural rock piles, rugged terrain and rocky hills to climb, including some new crawler trails that should be opening soon.
A rail buggy is a recreational vehicle that has oversized tires designed for all-terrain use, including dirt trails, rocky terrain, sand dunes, or beaches. It is a light vehicle with a modified engine rear-mounted on an open chassis. It is sometimes referred to as a dune buggy or a beach buggy.
Hale Mountain OHV Park is the perfect location for putting your rail buggy through the works. Miles of trails with varying terrain will keep you entertained all day!
SxS is short for Side-by-Side. They resemble a golf cart in shape and size, but have much better performance with powerful engines and long-travel suspension.
Unlike Utility and Sport quads that have handlebars, the SxS has a steering wheel and pedals like a car for accelerating, braking, and the clutch when a manual transmission is present.
SxS have become very popular in industry and motorsports because they are small, powerful and can carry people (2 to 6, depending on the model) and equipment effectively and efficiently.
A 4-wheeler is a small, all-terrain motor vehicle that seats one or two people and has four wheels with large tires. Sometimes a 4-wheeler is called a quad or an ATV.
Hale Mountain OHV Park is a 4-wheeler's paradise consisting of over 16 miles of trails suitable for all levels of 4-wheeling enthusiasts, from beginner to experienced riders.
While you are in the park, we recommend you try out the mud pits or mud trails for some really dirty fun!
Trucks & Jeeps
Four-wheel drive (4WD, 4x4, "four-by-four") or All-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles are four-wheeled vehicles that include a drivetrain that allows all four wheels to receive torque from the engine simultaneously.
All styles of 4x4 and AWD vehicles are welcome at Hale Mountain OHV Park. For your daily driver sports utility vehicle or Jeep or your strictly off-road 4x4, there are miles of excellent trails to suit your off-road desires.
Drive on by and check what awaits you on top of Hale Mountain!
Mountain Bikes & Hiking
Mountain biking is a sport which consists of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially adapted mountain bikes or hybrid / cross road bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain.
If exercise is your thing... just grab your mountain bike and helmet and come on over to Hale Mountain OHV Park!
Hale Mountain also has trails perfect for hiking, enjoying what nature has to offer.