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Before entering the park, members (drivers AND passengers) are required to check in at the Office, pay admission, and pick-up a wristband and vehicle tag.   GROUPS SHOULD EXCHANGE CELL NUMBERS SO THEY CAN CONTACT EACH OTHER IN THE EVENT OF LATE ARRIVALS. It will be up to each group to send someone back to the office to pick up late arrivals. So please exchange cell phone numbers with each other.

The minimum group size is two vehicles.

Seatbelt use is mandatory.

Members shall keep their wristband on during their visit. Vehicles must have the proper vehicle tag in plain sight.

Members wishing to camp must make appropriate arrangements prior to their visit.


All vehicles should have at least one tow point and a full-size or comparable spare. All vehicles must have seatbelts for all occupants and either a rollcage or a hard top. Vehicles manufactured without such items, such as Willys, require these as well.


All drivers must hold a valid drivers license and be covered by an automobile insurance policy.   All street legal vehicles must be insured.   Trailered and Competition rigs are welcome.

No littering. Pack in and pack out everything. Designated campfire areas are for cooking and burning of firewood only. All campfires must be put out when leaving the camping area. Check at the Office for any Burn Ban advisories.  Quiet hours at the camping areas are 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM.

All vehicles must be off the trails by DUSK. Nighttime wheeling is prohibited. If your group is delayed exiting the trail network due to breakdown or recovery, your group must notify the office of your situation.

Anyone observed drinking and driving will permanently lose their membership privileges and their affiliated club will be sanctioned. No alcohol is allowed on the property except for the camping area. Alcohol may be consumed only AFTER you are done wheeling for the day and only in the camping area. Do not walk around the comp course with alcohol. Do not drive around the trails with alcohol in your vehicle, leave it at camp.

Stay on designated trails. Do not park vehicles where they might block a trail. Do not drive past the park’s boundary markers or around gates. Cross streams only at designated stream crossings. Traffic may cross over or drive upon the Water Line only where it is part of a designated trail. Avoid bushwacking around muddy trails so we can keep our muddy trails muddy. Members should not drive through the hunt club’s food plots.  On the NE, driving up and down Blacktop Road is prohibited.  Cross only at the two designated crossings.  Call office for permission to allow emergency use of Blacktop Road.


If you stack rocks to get through an obstacle, UNSTACK them please!!

Members should check the posted map at the Office for information about possible trail closures and updates on new trails.

Any person observing a violation of these rules or any unsafe or suspect behavior will report it to their club representative or a Park officer as soon as possible.

Members who disregard the rules of Rausch Creek Off-Road Park, or pose a safety threat to themselves or other Members, will be ejected from the park without a refund. Repeated violations will result in loss of membership.

Members must report all accidents and injuries immediately. We reserve the right to charge for recovery assistance.

  • Rausch Creek Off-Road Park
  • Rausch Creek Off-Road Park
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