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The Great American Off Road Park – Auburn, AL

Here in Auburn, AL we have been waiting a long time to have somewhere to wheel close to home. Are you tired of driving 2-4 hours to get to an offroad park? Well wait no longer because The Great American Park is here. The Park offers something for everyone. Bring your rockcrawler and come hit all the man made obstacles or bring your mud truck and let the mud fly in the mud riding area. They even allow side by sides and ATVs.

The Park is set on over 160 acres of rolling Auburn Hills. The owner has been working closely with our local off Road club AU Crawlers and has built some amazing obstacles. He calls his creation the “PowerCrawl 2010″. This area includes the Mariana Trench, the Balrog, and the Achilles Hill. He is working hard to give us rockcrawlers everything we are looking for in a totally man made off road park.

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The Great American Park has just the thing for all of you mud slingers out there too. The “Field of Dreams” Mud Riding area includes the Hogwallow, the Boomerang, the Big Amazon, and the Montezuma. A mud riding area specifically created for stock trucks with tire size 35″ and under hasĀ  recently been added also. So whether you are romping through the mud in your stock Z71 or letting it eat in a fully built truck on 44s you will find an obstacle for you in this mud riding haven. The best part is if you get stuck someone is on hand to come pull you out at no extra charge.

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Got a Dirt bike, ATV, or Side by Side? No problem, there are over 25 different ATV trails strewn across the park. You can splash through the mud and the muck on a 4×4 quad or rip up and down the trails on your dirt bike or sport quad. When you need a break you can kick back and watch all the action going on in the mud and rockcrawling areas.

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The location of the park is perfect. It is only 5 minutes away from I-85 and 6 minutes away from the closest part store. At only 10-15 bucks for the day. I know where my next wheeling trip will be. The Great American Offroad Park. The park is open one Saturday a month right now, but plans have been made to make a camping area and soon they will be open for full weekends twice a month. For more information check out the Great American Park’s website or follow them on Facebook.

Check back for more pictures and video featuring this new and amazing park in Auburn, AL the home of Busted Knuckle Films. The park will also be featured in our next film as part of the Southern Shenanigans Series of off road dvds.


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  1. Mabelle Arab

    Would it be ok if I refer to this website, from my web site? I’m in need of help to find as many bits of useful info as I can.

  2. Matt

    No Problem, Always Feel free to link to my website.

  3. Antonia Shaulis

    Thank you for a awesome site. Found it on Google. Over the past 30 years I have had a lot of fun in my 4WD. There’s nothing like a day offroad. I spent a bit of time having a look around and will be back again soon.

  4. chad vaughn

    ya’ll gonna be open this weekend? were suppose to come with a bunch of rzr’s and 4 wheelers

  5. Matt

    Yes we will be open this weekend. It is a huge event called ROCKFEST. There will be a live band, food, and alot of off road action. Come for the entire weekend.

    Here is a link to the event information:
    http://www.bustedknucklefilms.com/news/rockfest2010/

  6. pcomnd69

    My wife and I have been looking high and low for a place close by to take the Jeep out at. I was told about this place and I can’t seem to find what it cost to participate. Are you open every weekend or is it just for events?

  7. Matt

    It is open most weekends and usually only 10-15 dollars per vehicle. visit their website for more info!

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