Days until summer season
We keep our pricing affordable and welcome guests of all ages.
Monday and Tuesday reserved for corporate and private events
To help keep our prices low, credit card transactions will be charged a 3.99% convenience fee.
Summer & Winter Admission Fees
$20 Driver Fee (includes vehicle)
$5 Passenger / Spectator
$30 2-Day Pass (redeemable within 5 days)
$5 Tour - minimum 2 people.
9 AM till 5 PM
1st- Open Wheeling (9-5pm)
12th/13th- Open Wheeling (9-5pm)
3rd- Rally Car Race
9th/10th- Open Wheeling (9-5pm)
23rd- Rally Car Race
13th- We reopen with Summer Hours!! (9-8pm)
Bundy Hill Offroad Admission, rental, and discount pass prices for off-road wheeling.
10 Visit Punch Pass
Have the freedom of coming with or without family or friends. The 10 visit punch pass is exactly what is sounds like. Each punch is good for the entrance of 1 driver. You can keep it all for your self or treat someone else to a day of fun.
Buy you punch pass here
Give the gift of a day of outdoor fun and excitement. Weather it be a day of wheeling or a couple of hours blazing our trails in one of our Polaris Ace rentals your gift will be remembered and appreciated.
BECAUSE WE ARE PRIVATELY OWNED WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER OUR CUSTOMERS THE USE AND ENJOYMENT OF OUR PARK WITHOUT D.N.R. PATROL, ORV STICKERS OR STATE PARK PASSES.
$20 Driver, $5 per passenger
2 Day Driver pass $30
10 Visit punch and season passes also available!
PLEASE BRING YOUR ID
The trails at Bundy Hill Offroad are rated Green, Blue, Black and Red:
Everything from mild to wild.
Our terrain is diverse with everything from mud and steep hill climbs to wooded trails. Bring your off-road vehicle and we will have the perfect place for you to play.
Please be advised, that 3 Wheeled ATV's are not allowed in the park at this time, DUE TO AN INSURANCE POLICY EXCLUSION.
Bundy Hill got its name from the original land owner Mr. John Bundy. Located on US-12 approximately two miles north of Jerome in Somerset Township. The spot became a well known landmark in the twenties when The Michigan Observation Co. built a stick built tower on the highest point in the area. This same company built a similar sightseeing tower at a high point in the Irish Hills where a subsequent battle ensued between the company and a local residents in regards to who's tower was taller.