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This park is just awesome, 7000 acres of rock’s , mud and sand. We put 81 miles on our kodiaks over the 3 days. We camped at the trail head camp ground right next to the park .
The 2nd day I almost swamped my wheeler, we were on a trail called mud road and came to the third mud hole and not knowing that it was deeeep, I drove right in. Well I got out in the middle and the Kodak started floating and stalled out, I got it started and shifted in reverse and paddled it out. Glad it worked out as we were 40 mins out from the trail head. All in all this park offers many different types of terrain to ride. You can wheel atv / utv’s , dirt bike’s , jeeps and trucks .
 
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That’s awesome, Love the pictures!
 
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A few more, The coal company abandoned this earth mover after it broke down, I am 6-3 just to give perspective.
 

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A funny picture would be to have a tow strap from it to your Kodiak like you're towing it.

Nice pictures! That looks like a fun place.
 

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A funny picture would be to have a tow strap from it to your Kodiak like you're towing it.

Nice pictures! That looks like a fun place.
Ha, that would have been funny..
 
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