Superlift ORV Park in Hot Springs made the bucket list in 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine spots to ride at this year. The article listed 20 must ride destinations that were located across the nation and in Canada. Here is the article.
The listing is on page 2 of the online write up. According to the description in the magazine, “In formerly abandoned logging land, these Hot Springs trails were a popular word-of-mouth destination. Superlift spearheaded an investment group to ensure this area’s survival as an off-road location. Challenging trails include
Impossible, Ingrid’s Revenge, and Ultimate Adventure (named in honor of our
New trails and obstacles with varying degrees of difficulty are always being built on the 1,200 wooded acres of the park, from hill climbs, mud pits, rock gardens, water crossings, etc. All trails are mapped and posted with difficulty ratings for various vehicle types so riders always know their location, and what to expect terrain-wise. The park also hosts events year round. Upcoming next weekend (Oct. 28-30) is the Jeep Jamboree. These off-road treks have a long tradition dating back to 1953 when 4×4 pioneer Mark A. Smith organized the first Jeep Jamboree and traveled across the Sierra Nevada Mountains by way of the old Rubicon Trail. In 1954, Willys Motors, then manufacturer of Jeep vehicles, became involved with the adventure, and Jeep Jamborees have been an off-road tradition ever since. Every Jeep Jamboree is rated from 1 (easiest) to 10 (most difficult). These ratings are based on the overall trail, not just on one or two tough obstacles. Riders must pre-register for the event. For more information on the event and trails at the park
, visit www.orvpark.com