Another one of my annual wheelin trips is out to Bundy Hill ORV Park in Jerome, MI. Bundy Hill is an old gravel pit, turned into an all purpose off road vehicle park, open to every kind of off road vehicle.
Bundy Hill is located just west of Michigan International Speedway, near the Irish Hills.
Bundy is 350 acres of “mild to wild” off road opportunities. There really is a trail for every type of vehicle and skill level. Bundy is private, so ORV stickers are not needed, however trail flags must be attached to your vehicle.
Trails are rated in level of difficulty from Green (easiest) to Red (hardest) and all trails are well marked within the park. Some trails are clearly marked as one-way only, and there are some trails limited to dirt bikes only, so there is little concern with coming head to head with a motorbike on a tight trail.
There are some man made rock obstacles that are a test of man and machine.
There was an old GM pick-up that had been crushed and driven over a few times as well.
Bundy offers plenty of water to wade into, if you need to test out that new snorkel!
At check in, the park officials provide a brochure/map that has there number on it if you are in need of getting unstuck, should you be wheelin alone, or you get that stuck!
I highly recommend making a trip out to Bundy Hill, and getting some Bundy Mud on your ride, because it still looks cool days later!