Chevrolet offers capable and durable trucks that can handle adventures both on and off the road. If you’re interested in venturing off the beaten path, take your truck to these off-roading trails in Pennsylvania.
Rausch Creek OHV Trail
Located near Ravine, Pennsylvania, the Rausch Creek OHV Trail is a 12.3-mile loop in a beautiful forest setting. You can drive this trail throughout the year and check out the other trails in the Rausch Creek Off-Road Park.
Llewellynhose OHV Trail
This trail by Llewellyn covers 45.6 miles and is moderately difficult. On the trail, you can view different parts of the forest and potentially spot wildlife.
Deaf Run Trail
If you are looking to go on a relatively short adventure, the Deaf Run Trail is a great choice. The 1.9-mile trail near Centre Hall is fun for people with a variety of skill levels.
The 6-mile James Path runs near a lake by Trevorton. As such, you can have scenic views as you drive through nature.
Reading Anthracite OHV Trail
The Reading Anthracite OHV Trail is a point-to-point trail that covers 20.7 miles near Pottsville. The moderate trail features both a forest and a lake view.
We at H&H Chevrolet hope you have fun taking your Chevrolet truck on an off-roading trail. You can learn more about Chevrolet off-roading features when you take a test drive.