• Family friendly environment with no large vehicles allowed on the trails.

  • ATV/UTV friendly trails

  • Full-service RV campground on site

Lawrence County Recreational Park

Our scenic trails are designed for all riders. If you're new to the sport, try your skills on the novice route. They're just challenging enough to entertain, but not too intimidating. However, if you are up for a challenge, our expert trails will test your abilities and provide the thrills that brought you to the sport in the first place. Remember that adrenaline rush you got the first time you made that pass that no one else could handle?
Lawrence County Recreational Park
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Contact your U.S. senator now to support full funding of the Recreational Trails Program

Senate Bill 1527 has five sponsors, many more needed

The federal Recreational Trails Program has used off-highway vehicle users' federal gas taxes to fund more than 24,000 trail projects nationally since 1992. It is clearly one of the best tools we have to help fund trail construction and maintenance.

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Only about $84 million of the estimated $270 million collected annually on OHV fuel makes its way to trails projects. That's less than a third. And it's a gap that every trail user should want closed.

In late May, U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) introduced legislation that takes the first, important step toward getting RTP the full funding it deserves. Four other senators have signed on to co-sponsor the bill, which requires the Federal Highway Administration to update its estimate of the actual fuel tax dollars generated by off-highway vehicles, so that amount can be captured as program revisions are made.

It's time now to add as many Senate co-sponsors as possible to help the bill move through Congress. Please take just a minute to send your U.S. senator either a Thank-You for co-sponsoring the bill or your request that they do so as soon as possible. Our software and pre-written messages will make it easy, matching you to your elected officials to make sure they get the appropriate message.

Please do this now, it's quick and easy and could make a big difference.

For more information, contact the AMA at grassroots@ama-cycle.org.

Thank you in advance for contacting your U.S. senator about this important legislation. Please forward this alert to your friends and ask them to do so as well. If you do submit comments, please forward a copy to us at grassroots@amacycle.org.

Upcoming Events

  1. APCA National K9 Training

    September 16 @ 8:00 am - September 19 @ 5:00 pm
  2. Halloween Camp & Trail Ride

    October 24 - October 27


Directions, Hours, and Fees

Directions, Hours, and Fees

Directions to Lawrence County Recreational Park

Lawrence County Recreational Park is located at 99 Moore Lane (aka Carl Moore Lane), Springville, Indiana, 12 miles south of Bloomington, Indiana. Take State Road 37 to old State Road 37 at the BP station, turn west and follow the signs.

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude  38.991922
Longitude  -86.611486

Hours of Operation

APRIL through OCTOBER: Thursday-Sunday 9am to 5pm — Call (812) 275-0186 for trail times.

NOVEMBER through MARCH: Saturday & Sunday 9am to 5pm — Call (812) 275-0186 for trail times. The shower house will be closed for the season during this time.

LCRP will be CLOSED: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day, the property will also be closed between July 15 and August 4 for “The Boogie” and the “Gathering of the Juggalos” events.

The park is open on the following holidays: Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July weekend, Labor Day weekend

AVAILABLE FOR EVENTS! Lawrence County Recreational Park is available for events. We can host anything from a birthday party to a full-scale concert or race. The property includes several shelters, a multi-unit bathroom/shower facility, RV park with water and electric, and plenty of space both wooded and open field. LCRP also features a large covered stage facility that includes lighting and sound trusses, two green rooms with showers, a common area with hospitality capabilities and a production office. If you are interested in holding an event at LCRP, please contact Rayce Guthrie (Park Director) at rayce@abateonline.org or call 812-381-7225. An event application can be downloaded here — LCRP Event Request Form


Park Admission
RV Park
ABATE Members$10 per dayWater and Electric Hookup Site$40 per night
Non-Members$15 per dayPrimitive Site$15 per night
Kids Under 13$5 per day
Kids 5 and UnderFREE