Best Off-Roading Areas Around New York
If you’re recently bought a new Jeep near Sunnyside and are looking for the best places to go off-roading in NY, then check out this guide from the team at Major CDJR, where you’ll also find some of the best places to go off-roading in NJ. And just in case you weren’t sure how Jeep stacks up to the off-road competition, see how the Jeep Grand Cherokee beats the Toyota Sequoia.
Northeast Off-Road Adventures
Located just a 90-mile drive north of the city in Ellenville, NY, Northeast Off-Road Adventures offers 4WD training, driving tours, and event tours, as well as 68 sprawling acres of rugged, challenging, and thrilling trails. Sitting on a beautiful wooded lot, there’s nowhere closer to NYC where you can tackle rough terrain and enjoy your favorite pastime with fellow enthusiasts.
23 Tempaloni Road
Mettowee Off Road Extreme Park
If you’ve got some time to spare to drive north a few hours toward the New Hampshire border, Mettowee Off Road Extreme Park offers an off-roading experience that’s tough to match, complete with rock crawling, mud bogging, and a variety of other conditions.
607 County Route 12
Wharton State Forest
New Jersey’s Pine Barrens offers some excellent off-roading opportunities as well, including Wharton State Forest, which has more than 500 miles of unpaved roads that traverse beautiful pine forests through hill and valley. It is the largest state forest in New Jersey’s state park system with plenty of other recreational activities like hiking, camping, and swimming as well.
Get a New Jeep for Off-Roading Near Astoria at Major CDJR!
The Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Grand Cherokee both offer plenty of off-road prowess for all-terrain enthusiasts in Woodside, but there’s nothing that can tackle rough surfaces and rocks like the all-new Jeep Wrangler. Find all these Jeep SUVs now at Major CDJR, where we also have a variety of Jeep off-road accessories. It’s easy to find us at 50-30 Northern Boulevard in Long Island City, NY, and you can reach us at (844) 349-2128 after you stop for brunch in Astoria.