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The short answer is, YES. Until 10pm visitors may park at your campsite and ride trails with you.
Please refer to the DNR information page you were sent when you made your reservation for specific rules. Or contact the DNR directly with questions about visitors at your campsite.
The connector trail is marked with a YELLOW horse shoe.
It will be on the EAST side of the staging area, up towards the entrance. It is a very wide path along the powerlines.
This connector trail puts you directly on the 6 mile no matter which way you take it (north or south).
There is NO need to road ride to access any trails at our park unless you choose to. All trails connect in some way. It is up to you how you ride or do not ride them.
Weeds, shrubs, trees, bushes... they never stop growing. Just like tree's and their limbs will never stop falling.
Trail maintenance is truly a 24x7, 365 day job.
That is no exaggeration. Mother nature does not take a break just because we do.
You are welcome to go out on the trails and do maintenance whenever it works for you!
Work bees are our way of getting a larger group of people together to divide and conquer. It is when we can give clear direction as to how things are done if clear direction is needed for certain tasks.
But we understand that not everyone can make our work bee dates (See events tab for upcoming work bees).