Rausch Creek Off-Road Park Rausch Creek Off-Road Park

About Us

Rausch Creek Off Road Park is devoted to providing a fun, legal place for off-road enthusiasts to go four-wheeling. The park consists of almost 3,000 acres of easy, intermediate, and difficult trails - featuring rocks, bowls, hills, club friendly trails, and free, on-site camping. There is a 2-vehicle minimum to drive the trails. Click on Programs to find out more about how to find others to go wheeling with.

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Upcoming Events

  • RCRocs Crawl #1
    April 26, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    April 27, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    May 3, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    May 4, 2014
  • RCRocs Race #2
    May 10, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    May 31, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    June 21, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    June 22, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    June 28, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    July 6, 2014
  • RCRocs Crawl #2
    July 26, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    July 27, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    July 27, 2014
  • Topless for TATAs
    August 9, 2014
  • RCRocs Race #3
    August 16, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    August 23, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    August 23, 2014
  • RCRocs Crawl #3
    August 30, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    September 13, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    September 14, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    September 27, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    October 18, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    October 19, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    October 25, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    November 8, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    November 9, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    November 29, 2014
  • 101 Training Class
    December 13, 2014
  • 201 Trail Ride
    December 14, 2014
  • Guided Trail Ride
    December 27, 2014

Latest News

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 – 8:11 PM

Check out these new tire deflators now being carried at Rausch Creek Off Road Park! J.T Brooks tire deflators are tough, quick, accurate and easy to use! These tire deflators are a must for those who drive off road. Currently selling for a special introductory price of $65.00 by contacting Rausch Creek Outfitters at 570-599-5674 or email sales@rauschcreekoutfitters.com. We offer free shipping on these deflators if you prefer to have them shipped to your door or you can arrange pick up at the park! These retail at the park for $70.00 so take advantage of the savings! ... See MoreSee Less

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Sarah LukerJason Luker20 hours ago

Brenda Leeso how do they work and how well do they work? Seems like unless you already know this particular model, the most important reason to spend $65 is missing?19 hours ago

Rausch Creek Off Road ParkBrenda Lee, once a set of J.T. Brooks Automatic Tire Deflators is calibrated to a desired PSI, they are ready to use time and time again. These deflators automatically and accurately deflate tires to a “set” PSI. Simply lock the tire deflators in place with the lock nut, screw them onto each tire’s valve stem, and let them do the work. The deflators automatically shut off when the desired PSI is reached. This saves you much time and frustration. By screwing one deflator onto each tire, all tires can be deflated simultaneously. This allows you to complete other task while all tires are deflating. The automatic feature of these valves eliminates the need to manually deflate your tires, so you spend less time setting your tire pressure and more time off-road. Basically you screw them on and walk away, when they are done hissing you are good.2   ·  19 hours ago

Brenda Leecool19 hours ago

Melissa EeleI need these!1   ·  16 hours ago

David R ClouserThese are very handy. Most deflators of this type need to be cleaned internally, per instructions that should be on the reference sheet, every so often. It's important to do so that they operate properly.1   ·  4 hours ago

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Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 – 7:04 PM

Super Jeep! Kind of fun to look at the evolution of Jeep advertisements over the years. This screams 1970's. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sani HebajLooks like yours Keith T Fisher21 hours ago

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Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 – 12:40 PM

Over the past few days the issue of the spilled "black water" at the park has made something very clear: we need to remind everyone about RCORP and what it's about. Quick history lesson of the park for the new crowd. It was started by wheelers and people who lived the sport/hobby and continues to be run by the same like-minded folks. Over the past 10+ years the park has grown by the efforts of MANY (too many to count) and it's growth comes from those people's efforts. The park has grown by hard work, time and energy of people who had nothing handed to them. These efforts and time into the park makes everyone involved sensitive to things like this past weekend's events. Please don't think of this any other way but put yourselves in our shoes. Over the past few years the camping has become something of a sore point with burning of items that shouldn't be burned, large fires, trash left behind, etc...... because of this we are quick to pull the trigger in anger on this topic.

After speaking with the powers to be from Pasadena Jeepers they are going to make this right by not only RCORP but their fellow wheelers. They have decided to donate time to the park to make amends and show that their club is part of our community. This is the right thing to do and we commend them for their efforts.

Everyone is open to their own thoughts on this matter just like a business has a right be upset on what happens on their property. Our knee jerk reaction to this problem may have seemed harsh but in the end if you pile up the mess that is left behind from groups the pile would shock you. Are we crying? If you think so please think again because I think you would be upset to if your efforts to provide a place to have fun and enjoy your sport gets treated the way it does at times.

Lets move forward and welcome Pasadena Jeepers efforts to make things right. Wheel on reasonable people and have fun.
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Mike DombroskiGlad to hear they are stepping up and making efforts like this.7   ·  1 day ago

Mandy NaylorDon't really know what happened, but things like this are why places shut down, and I hope everyone knows that. It's a shame a few folks are willing to ruin it for everyone. It might be a lot of effort, but what if you guys created designated camp spots? Each "group" assigned to one so you can keep tabs and weed out the bad?1 day ago

Christopher KernWish I could move on..... but this weekends "black water" event will leave a life long impression of those responsible...10   ·  1 day ago

Mike DombroskiTo their credit, they did reach out to Rausch, explained the situation and offered their time to clean it up. It wasn't a deliberate dump (which I originally thought was the case)7   ·  1 day ago

Rich SeymourPasadena Poo Crew!4   ·  1 day ago

Christopher Kern^ Wouldnt you reach out too after the shit storm that brewed on FB? Its called "PR Panic Mode".6   ·  1 day ago

Mike DombroskiIf I did it on purpose? No, I wouldn't.2   ·  1 day ago

Dean YoungbloodI strongly suggest people see/hear EVERY SIDE to an issue before loosely throwing opinions out there....12   ·  1 day ago

Christopher KernI saw what I needed to see to form my own opinion.3   ·  1 day ago

Rob FranzIsnt it cardinal rule "Leave with more than you came with"???8   ·  1 day ago

Angel NessaScary ColliniIf you look down to the other post below this one you can see what happened... Always better to know all sides before throwing stones3   ·  1 day ago

Dean YoungbloodSo you caught them in the act?1 day ago

John McLaughlinYou are correct the club may come forward after the shit storm that happened Christopher Kern as a PR control. The guy who owns the RV didn't have to come out and apologize or take responsibility for what happened he could have remained anonymous, he didn't he stepped up along with the club to take responsibility and try to make things right.9   ·  1 day ago

Heather WatsonChristopher Kern, I sent you a private message, Thank you Mike Dombroski for sticking up for not judging us immediately, Christopher Kern it was not panic mode, the owner of the RV was not aware of the problem until he returned home. This was not done intentionally!!! We as a group, everyone in my group care about wheeling. Rausch Creek is where we go, sometimes twice a month. Chris you should know better, not sure why you are jumping on the bashing crew band wagon.3   ·  1 day ago

John McLaughlinRCORP - as you can see many people care deeply about the park.1 day ago

Joseph BruneoCongrats pasadena jeepers for stepping up and doing the right thing.3   ·  1 day ago

David StaffI'm really confused.... So there is no way to tell your leaking crap all over until your home???7   ·  1 day ago

Liza Severance SiwinskiI'm always a little shocked at the way people treat land that has been generously provided to them. Granted, if this incident was an accident so be it, acknowledge and move on. It doesn't change the fact that some people totally take it for granted that you are letting then recreate, in some cases, in your back yard.5   ·  1 day ago

Heather WatsonJason, everyone knows that Wicked Jeeps leads that wagon!!! This was a NEW RV OWNER! It was an accident. And there were six other jeeps behind him the other Jeeps did not see anything coming from them. You were not there, you do not know. This was not intentional. As the leader of Pasadena Jeepers, we are very sorry for this accident and are taking every step to correct it.8   ·  1 day ago

Dean YoungbloodI hope that you accusers do not work in the legal field.....smh4   ·  1 day ago

John MullinsIt's my RV. The tank was opened by someone who had no business doing what they did. It stopped draining long before I left. I was inside and didn't notice until I went to dump when I got home and the cap was hanging and the valve was open. I immediately made every effort to figure out what happened and our club even went the 2.5 hours back up to make sure it was cleaned up. Ultimately it is my fault. Had I done one more walk around I would have noticed what has happened and we wouldn't be discussing this now. You want to blame somebody, it's my RV. Stop throwing senseless remarks around and end it.43   ·  1 day ago

Glenn NutterJohn, as a fellow RV owner, I threw you under the bus, knowing the steps it takes to dump a tank. As the saying goes, "Make something idiot proof, and they v will invent a better idiot". My apologies for putting you under the bus, and kudos for the effort to make things right.5   ·  1 day ago

Christopher KernIn the end what’s important is steps are being taken to rectify and that Rausch Creek is allowing camping to continue. Whether folks have a tent, RV or camper the lesson learned should be to treat RC as if it was your back yard. Keep it tidy and if you happen to see trash that you didn’t generate whether on the trail or in the camping/staging area go ahead and help the staff at RC out by discarding it. I know the entire staff at RC doesn’t hear it enough but all of your efforts are greatly appreciated by many.7   ·  1 day ago

Brenda MakarJohn, we all know what an awesome stand-up guy you are. There are NOT many people in this world who so selflessly offer their assistance to anyone at any time, without any intentions of being "paid back" for their time. There are always going to be miserable haters in this world... I for one have had the total displeasure of meeting at least one of those on this thread, and I can tell you, totally not worth the air he takes up. We are a club of 600+ people, and we appreciate all that you have done for us. I feel for those who are lashing out when karma bites their asses.6   ·  1 day ago

John MullinsThank you. Unfortunately this was a true mistake that wasn't caught until it became someone else's mess. I have ordered a locking cap so this can never happen again. It's human nature to want justice, now everyone can put a face to it. It's my RV.9   ·  1 day ago

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Sunday, July 27th, 2014 – 7:46 PM

It's coming! Topless for TATAs 6th Annual Wheeling event August 8-10 2014! This event is getting bigger and better every year! Registration is closed for this 2014 event however, you can still support the cause by going to www.toplessfortatas.com! Lots of surprises in store for those attending this year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tyler Mathew LigonCan't wait!3 days ago

Evan AytonCant wait see you guys soon3 days ago

Jay HopkoWe will be there!3 days ago

Christina CorreaCan't wait!!3 days ago

Bernie GardulaCan't wait to see what the surprises are. This will be great. And if you missed out this year you will want to make sure to get in early for next year.1   ·  3 days ago

Mike DavidsenLove the M715 as your pic subject!3 days ago

Shaun McjeepCan I wheel my xj with the windows down?3 days ago

Kevin KuntzIs there an entrance few for the vendor show on the 8th?3 days ago

Chantelle KernVendor show is open to the public and there are no fees. :)2   ·  3 days ago

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Sunday, July 27th, 2014 – 7:28 PM

Need a pair of grab handles?? They can be yours for only $19.99! Contact 570-599-5674 or email sales@rauschcreekoutfitters.com for info! ... See MoreSee Less