Received this newsletter from KY Outback an offroad park- and thought I'd post it for everyone to see. Sorry I couldn't post the pcis - I don't know how.
Kentucky Outback Adventure Park
Newsletter April 20, 2005
Come On Down and Ride
KY Outback Adventure Park is open every Saturday and Sunday for open riding. There are no minimum numbers of rigs required. So, come on down and put your rig to the test. Due to the longer amount of daylight, we have extended our riding hours. The trails are now open for riding from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. If you have any questions about the park or its rules, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 25 Miles of New Trails
The dozer has come and gone and we now have over 25 miles of new trails. The majority of these are for stockers to mid-level rigs. The trails are being broken in and the next step will be for us to widen them to take care of the brushy side of things. We've targeted several areas for tough runs off of these new trails for the serious offroaders. Some of these new challenges will get the serious 4 wheeler's attention fast!
We've continued to open more obstacles in the front of the park with the latest one being a challenge we call "Deceiving". We opened it up right next to the "Parking Lot Challenge", which is still unconquered by the way. We put this new one in thinking it would be easier to make than the Parking Lot challenge. Now we're not so sure! From the base it looks fairly doable, but the combination of pitch, rock ledges, rocks, holes and soil make it really tough. We chose that name because its looks are extremely deceiving. Its only been open for a week but it has shown itself to be a real challenge to the brave few that have tried it so far.
We have also continued to develop the rock crawl area around Table Top Rock, which is another obstacle still unbeaten. Its been hit pretty hard by some serious and dedicated rock guys, but it has proven itself one heck of an obstacle.