All Event Locations are Partnerships with Land Owners. We Appreciate All Their Efforts and Hope You Will Enjoy the Locations as Available Throughout the Year!
The Great American Park: www.thegreatamericanpark.com
The Great American Park LLC was dreamed up by its founder, John L. Glass, who wanted to create a fun, family-oriented place to enjoy the sports of mud riding and rock crawling. Designed for both riders and spectators alike, the park’s purpose is to provide a clean, safe place with a lively atmosphere to spend time with family and friends while watching and participating in our events. The Great American Park offers a variety of challenges for all vehicle types. Additional challenges and riding areas will be constructed in several phases.
Gray Rock ORV: www.grayrockorv.com or facebook.com/GrayRockOrvPark
The Southeast’s premier Off Road adventure. Spread across nearly 2000 acres, Gray Rock boasts forty trails and challenges. We offer trails for the novice along with more demanding trails and climbs for experienced wheelers. We create and update trails regularly, so there’s always something new for you to discover. We emphasize safety, laid-back fun, and NO LITTER! Located outside Birmingham, AL
Brazos Valley Off Road Ranch: http://www.brazosvalleyoffroadranch.com
Brazos Valley Off-Road Ranch (BVORR) is approximately 300 acres located in Bryan/College Station, Texas. The site was formally owned and mined for gravel by Gifford Hill Corporation in the 1960′s into the 1970′s. Back then the regulatory agencies did not require land reclamation. The land has many pits and large hills (Bad Lands). In 1994, Steve Opersteny the current land owner began to work on purchasing the property from the company that bought out Gifford Hill as well as adjacent land owners with a vision that the former gravel pits or bad lands could be put to use as a off-road facility. Steve Opersteny enlisted the help of Jim Taylor the former president of the Bryan/College Station Chapter of The Texas Four Wheel Drive (TX4WD) Organization to begin to create a series of challenging trails on the property.
Canyons Off Road Park: www.Canyonsoffroad.com
Canyons Off Road Park was started in August of 2009 by a couple of rock crawling enthusiasts. We developed the idea when we heard that some of our favorite places to wheel were closing. It has been a real pleasure to see the idea develop into a reality. Canyons off road park is located on family land so there wont be any pesky landowners to come in and ruin the fun by closing us down. We are here to stay. Wheeling and off roading is a fun hobby and we will do our best to make sure you have an enjoyable experience at Canyons Off Road Park.
Coppermines Offroad Park: facebook.com/copperminesoffroadpark
AreaBFE is a 320 acre recreational park for many different outdoor activities. The park had been a dream of ours and in April 2004 that dream became a reality for a group of guys who had a vision; “Create a place where people could go without the threat of being kicked-off of a fun little playground and insure that people will always have a place to recreate!” Since then, we have been working to make trails, camping areas and many other fun destination points on the property. This project has reassured our faith in the OHV community and the values these people hold close to their hearts.
We invite you to come and enjoy this place with an open mind to adventure and great times. AreaBFE is open and free to the public 365 days/year. We do however accept donations to assist with the overall upkeep and there’s a donation statue near the entry for those who wish to help support our endeavor. We also host corporate events, club gatherings, competitions, music festivals and weddings to raise money for the park.
Three Peaks Recreation Area: Iron County, Cedar City, UT
Three Peaks Recreation Area is located approximately 10 miles west of Cedar City . From I-15 Center Exit #59, head west on Hwy. SR-56 for about three 3 miles to Lund Highway, head North for about five 5 miles to Midvalley RD (Three Peaks RD), turn West onto a good gravel road for about two miles to the Three Peaks parking lot.