The main trail at Harrison State Forest is blue and is 3-4 rider wide. Other trails such as green, yellow, red are more 2 rider to single rider wide. The campground is primitive with highlines and pit toilet. Parking can be a challenge for big rigs as large spaces are limited. Plenty of shade. These trails pass through reclaimed and reforested strip mine land. They are relatively flat, primitive trails with natural surfaces that pass many ponds and cross several shallow streams. Campers must self register. Trails maintained by Harrison County OHC.
20 miles of easy to moderate riding.
Easy – level or gently sloping terrain, consistent groomed surface; wide trail surface; shallow or no water crossings.
Moderate – Rolling to hilly terrain; short steeper slopes; water crossings; irregular trail surface; narrower trail widths.