Lawrence County Recreational Park

Family-friendly OHV Trail Riding!

MOTORCYCLES, ATVs, and UTVs ONLY!
No Jeeps, Trucks, or Sandrails allowed on the trails.

Welcome to LCRP

Come to the scenic hills of Lawrence County Indiana to experience OHV trails designed for riders, by riders. Featuring almost 400 acres of trails, rolling hills, meadows, wooded terrain, and ponds!

Take a ride around the LCRP trails and property with John Grimes and his family. (video by John Grimes)

Park and Trails

Our scenic trails are designed for riders of all skill levels. Some are just challenging enough to help you improve your skills and some will test your abilities and provide the excitement that brought you to the sport. You will always remember the thrill of mastering that new trail.

When you ride our trails, you will not meet or be overtaken by a large vehicle. No trucks, sandrails, or buggies are allowed at LCRP: motorcycles, ATVs, and UTVs only. Enjoy your family riding experience at a safe and secure OHV park without the worry of issues presented by traffic you may encounter elsewhere.

Camping and RV Park

Spend the day, night, or weekend with us. Bring your friends and family to share in the fastest-growing sport in America. Primitive and RV camping with hook-ups, shower facilities, and shelters on the property.

Indiana Motorcycle Safety Memorial

While you’re visiting the park, make sure to stop by the Indiana Motorcycle Safety Memorial and walk of remembrance. This memorial is recognized by the State of Indiana as a state monument and features the names of individuals who have dedicated their lives to the sport of Indiana motorcycling.

Indiana Women’s Motorcycle Memorial

In 2006, the Indiana Women’s Motorcycle Memorial was announced after James Yaney, Ladies of Harley 1277, and HOG Chapter 1277, collected donations to commission the design by Indianapolis artists Clyde Pennington and Ryan Feeny.

The memorial is located at the entrance to the park.

OHV Training

Off-road rider training is available at LCRP through ABATE of Indiana’s dirt bike school. This program has been used to train law enforcement and military personnel for years. Riders spend their class time with hands-on training, learning the techniques to stay safe, act responsibly, and have fun while riding off-road motorcycles. Children as young as 6 years old may enroll.

Upcoming Events

October 8, 2022

October 20-23, 2022

November 1, 2022

July 20-23, 2023

ABATE of Indiana Worker’s Party

Halloween Campout and Adventure Ride Details

Winter hours begin (Sat. & Sun. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

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Lawrence County Recreational Park covers almost 400 acres with over 60 miles of trails for novice and experienced riders.

Questions?