Rules of the park

-All visitors to the park must sign waver,     if under the age of 18 legal guardian must sign also

-Each vehicle must have insurance

-No alcohol for driver or occupants of vehicle

-Each vehicle must have occupant of at least 18 years old whom is responsible for others in vehicle

-The Wishbone Ranch is not responsible for lose or damage to property while on premises

-Damage to vehicle or injury to self is your responsibility

-Each vehicle should be equipped with tow hook attached to frame

-No firearms, fireworks or sirens

-Respect others while on premises, use proper language, children are usually present

-No littering of any kind

-Federal, State and County laws will be enforced while on premises




Located in Bowling Green, KY. The Wishbone Ranch Offroad Park is a privately owned and operated OHV park suited to rockcrawlers. This 110 acre park provides a network of trails varying in difficulty from mild to wild. Come to trail ride and watch the more extreme drivers or better yet come to play hard. Tall rock ledges, steep climbs that are sure to put your 4x4 to the test. Expect body damage on more difficult obstacles.

Access to the park is only on weekends when the park is open. Check out the parks website at for open dates. Admission is $10 per person per day.

Trail Map

Wishbone Ranch

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Directions to the park

-Take exit 28 on interstate 65

-Straight thru stop light

-Get into left lane and merge on 31-W South

-Straight thru next 4 stop lights

-Turn right at 5th stop light on 68/80 West

-Turn right at 3rd stop light on Barren River Road

-6 miles out, slow down and look for sign on the right



Trail smith: Ricky (left)/Owner: Lynn (right) 

This offroad park came with a surprise feature, neighbor to the park and Jeeper himself Ricky has been responsible for construction of new trails and keeping trials open for wheelin. Some are killer trail rides with tight turns and mild hill climbs thru thick forest while others like Snot Rock and Rockhouse Bottom are extreme rock obstacles. New trails are always in the works and many times on a day of riding we will assist in clearing trees to make way for a new trail. Hats off to Ricky, The  Wishbone Ranch's trial smith, without this guy there would be many lonely rocks in the woods.