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07-31-2010 11:45 AM
wwfan35
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Originally Posted by red08420 View Post
. I was able to hit all of the trails and go from one end of the park to the other several times in 4 hours on a 200 exc. I felt it lacked wooded trails like at Haspin Acres for example, but there are some.
i would have to disagree. the park is 80% woods. in the north half alone there is about 60 acres of wooded spoils that contain 6 hours worth of trails just in that section. sounds like you were only riding the south half.
04-05-2010 10:14 AM
coleblazin yea mostly "overlooked". But have it registered b/c you will have to cross rd's at some point legally w/sticker. there is a couple of lawyers who lease hunting ground to the east of techumse park that will prosecute but have awesome trials. i dont go there but have been there before i was 18. now 30- so its been a while. where you from/or do you live or ride interlake alot.? if so p-m. and i can point you in the right direction to ride. i would say get together but won't be ridin 4 while as have baby boy on the way. will be tied up 4 bit.
04-03-2010 02:23 PM
red08420 That's what I heard, that there is a lot more on the south side of the highway. Wish I knew how to get there. Is riding there allowed, or at least overlooked?
04-03-2010 11:29 AM
coleblazin I would agree but if you know the area across 68 it can be an all day & all night ride. The area across 68 is nuttin but woods but you will be in marked coal mine ground. currently being logged in some areas.
04-03-2010 02:56 AM
red08420 My review:

Interlake is a pretty nice park. From my experiences the DNR just rolls through but has never bothered me even though I have never had a permit. Although, I don't stick around to find out. It is mostly open gravel trails with maybe 30% woods. The swampy scenery is very nice, and you will likely come across a few snakes. BTW, this is the only county in Indiana that has poisonous water snakes , so keep your distance. Personally, I would suggest this park more to dirtbikes and sport quads although I saw plenty of utilities there. There are a lot of wide open trails that are nice for high speed riding. I was able to hit all of the trails and go from one end of the park to the other several times in 4 hours on a 200 exc. I felt it lacked wooded trails like at Haspin Acres for example, but there are some. It's still fun and is worth adding to your list of places you've ridden.
04-02-2010 11:31 AM
coleblazin
Southern indiana interlake offroad park

Just came across this trail map of interlake and thought it might be helpful. You can also youtube some videos to see the area. Got this off dnr website.

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