Blind Raccoon Bo-Co Road 360

Total Miles


231.11 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Summer, Fall, Spring

Trail Overview

The Blind Raccoon or Bollinger County Road 360 is a gravel county road going through the rocky rolling hills of the area, down into the creek bottoms, the north end features a hill that has some miner erosion ruts and can become sloppy when wet, it also crosses the Little Whitewater Creek with a low water bridge to connect to the Bo-Co 376. On the south end you parallel a feeder creeks to the Yantz Branch and the road has a feel that it once was apart of the bottoms but has since been made a more permanent gravel road. Also on the south end, there is a blind Raccoon that likes to wonder the area and uses the road as it's main transport, keep an eye out for him. Another piece of the hilly countryside backroad riding network of Bollinger County.


The difficulty of the area is usually based on two things, how wet it is and how neglected is this road. This is a great example of a road that can swing from stable and easy to ride all the way over to wet and a subtle challenge when heavily wet, your biggest concern would be flash flooding in the event of heavy rains or a very wet season. Due to the potential water crossings, this road receives a 2/10.

Technical Rating


Status Reports

Chris Menz
Jun 07, 2023
1999 Jeep Cherokee

Access Description

To approach it from the South from Missouri Route 51, at 37.46403, -90.03378, head east on Missouri Route JJ, for 1.9 miles, then turn left onto the gravel road, at 37.46403, -89.99869, you are now on the road. From the North you can access it using the Bo-Co 376, at 37.49289, -89.99727, refer to the Bo-Co 376 feature trail to see how to approach the 376.

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