Located in Jerome, Michigan, the Bundy Hill Off-Road Park is the site of the Pitrash Shootout, a challenging obstacle course competition for OHVs. It is also open year-round for off-roading fun. Originally an old mining area, this new trail park has forested trails, water crossings, steep hills to climb, and some play areas as well.

Open on weekends from morning to dusk, and Thursdays and Fridays from 4pm to 9pm, this privately owned park is primarily for amateur drivers. However, there are some trails appropriate for beginners and a few that would challenge experts.

Weaving through some woods and up and down hills, much of the trail system is made up of great dirt hills, a sign of the mining that has gone on there until just recently. There are steep sites to climb and places to jump your ATV. There is a great play area for digging around and about four main amateur trails.

To get to the Bundy Park, if you’re coming from the Detroit area, you’ll need to take I-94 west. From there, take exit 142 which takes you to US-127 (traveling south). You’ll stay on US-127 for 15.9 miles and then take a right onto US-12.

US-12 will take you to the park. After about 5.4 miles, you will arrive at the park entrance, located on the right-hand side of the road. Entrance fees are paid at the entrance. The fees are $15 per OHV or $25 for a two-day pass. Have fun digging these old mining trails!