Pott's Mountain, Dry river, and flagpole in GWNF down here in Virginia,
Crozet,Va. Which is just a few acres of rocks at the foot of a mountain outside Charlottesville. The owner has wheeling events there all the time, and the Virginia Rockcrawling association has their events there.
and any big excavation type jobsite with big piles of rocks and dirt on it.
(I'm a geotechnical engineering tech, so I wheel on rocks and dirt every day of thw week!)
My favorite Jeep trail is "The Golden Spike" trail in Moab, Utah. There is nothing in the world like the terrain and the views you will encounter along this route!!
This trail actually combines 3 Moab trails all into one: Poison Spider Mesa, the Golden Spike and the Gold Bar Rim trail. There is an optional (class 5) route at the top of Gold Bar Rim called "The Rusty Nail" that is killer fun as well.
I have two.
The first is the the drive is the 4 foot hill out my back yard to the alley, around the block and up the 8 foot hill into my front driveway. That means my Jeep is running, findly
The second is Badlands in Attica Indiana. Never been their but hoping to go in May. First time offroading in a park.