We offer scheduled and private guided rides for full size, ATV and UTV/SXS style machines.
The parks that we primarily use are AOAA, Rausch Creek, and Famous Reading Outdoors.
With 6500 acres to explore, the Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area takes four wheeling to a whole new level for East coast wheeling with its scenic views and diverse trail system. Add in unique environmental features and a dash of rich mining history and you have a four wheeling adventure for all off road enthusiasts!
Since 2003, Rausch Creek Off Road Park has been the premier wheeling destination on the East Coast. This 3,000 facility is the true definition of an off road park with its trail system dedicated to full size vehicles. From easy/beginner trail to extreme obstacles, if you wish to wheel it, Rausch Creek has it.
Famous Reading Outdoors officially opened in 2017, but its history goes back to the 1800s. With 20,000 acres, this treasured off road destination offers majestic views mountain top meadows, ghost towns and coal mines from their historic past. Their 650 miles of trails offer an experience unique only to Famous Reading Outdoors.
AOAA, Rausch Creek Off Road Park or Famous Reading Outdoors, you pick the date and place and we will take it from there. Private guided rides are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Burning Rock Off Road Park is the perfect alternative to your everyday beaten path. The park, located just 3.5 miles from the town of Sophia, is situated on 10,000 acres and offers over 100 miles of trails!
Join Off Road Consulting Friday July 26th-Sunday July 28th as we explore Pennsylvania's top off road parks, Rausch Creek Off Road Park, Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area and Famous Reading Outdoors!
Bonus night ride and paint your 4x4 event on Saturday July 27th!
Trail 11, Crawler Ridge and Crawl Daddy!
Join Off Road Consulting as we guide you through the trails so that you can claim your Badges of Honor!
*Please note - Crawl Daddy is a red trail and we will not drive this trail. Please see details on registration page.
Green level trails are easier type trails but are not just logging roads. They offer challenges to stock vehicles and new drivers. Damage can happen but is not likely.
Blue level trails are for slightly modified vehicles and drivers who have been off road before. Vehicles will scrape and bang going on this level. Damage may happen depending on vehicle and how driver handles vehicle and terrain.
Modified vehicles only. Drivers must have experience and not be afraid to scrape, scratch, dent, or possibly damage the vehicle.
Highly modified vehicles only. Damage likely and skilled driver is needed.