Have you been looking for an off-road driving track in West Virginia? You’ve come to the right place!
BSR provides miles of unimproved and off-road driving circuits right in your own backyard! West Virginia trails vary from gravel, rock, and sand to hard packed clay. Most of the mountains are covered with vegetation, oaks, hickories, beech, and other undergrowth and the trails are frequently shaded under a 30-foot-high canopy of leaves which can be great for the hot summer months.
250 Acres of Wild & Wonderful Trails
Here at our Summit Point training facility, there are approximately 250 acres of dirt roads and trails dedicated to driver training, 15 of which are specifically used as an off-road driving track.
These training areas vary in traction surfaces ranging from dirt, clay, shale rock to gravel; along with varying elevation changes. This makes your training at BSR perfect for learning at elevated speeds on low traction surfaces.
Did Someone Say Obstacles?
The obstacle areas consist of steep hill climbs and descents, sand pits, mudholes, log and rock negotiations, ditch and water crossings as well as vehicle recovery and extraction areas.
Looking to increase your off-roading skills and learn from a trained professional in a safe environment? Our Unimproved/Off-Road Driving Course is designed to improve the off-road driving skills at any experience level.
Upcoming UORDC Classes
- Apr 11, 2016
- May 23, 2016
- Jun 13, 2016
- Jul 11, 2016
Your vehicle wasn’t designed to spend its days on pavement alone. It can and should take you farther. See you soon!