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Old 06-01-2006, 02:49 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

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ATV RIDING AT NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, AL
OVER 75 MILES OF TRAILS OVER 4000 ACRES
MUD, CREEK CROSSING, HILLS FROM PLEASURE TO EXTREME
LOVATION: STOUTS MOUNTAIN
TIME: 8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
SATURDAY NIGHT RIDING AVAILABLE
COST: $15.00 A ATV
NO ALCOHALIC BEVERAGES, DIRT BIKES, OR FIREARMS ALLOWED

CONTACT : DENNIS WILBORN 1-800-337-3878 (256) 737-9595

DIRECTIONS: HWY 91 SOUTH OF HANCEVILLE TO CO. RD 522
TAKE 522 TOWARD STOUTS MTN. BAPTIST CHURCH FOR APPROX. 5 MILES ENTRANCE IS ON LEFT ACROSS FROM BROWN HOUSE.

FROM I-65 TAKE EXIT 291 (HWY 91 NORTH TO HANCEVELLE)
TO CO.RD 522 JUST BEFORE BP STATION ON RIGHT , 522 WILL BE ON LEFT. FOLLOW DIRECTION ABOVE.
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Old 06-14-2006, 08:29 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Great News!

I am from Hanceville and I rode the trails on Stouts Mountain years ago, and I had a great time. I am glad to see this ride area open up.

Did you hear/read about a county OHV park in Dodge City?

Can't wait to go home and ride this place.
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Old 06-15-2006, 09:53 AM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

yeah heard about the one in dodge city
they say it will be around 2 years before it will be open
also heard the strip pits on county road 8 is back open again
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Old 06-15-2006, 09:59 AM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Do they offer any camping facilities there? Got a friend that lives just outside Cullman, and need to get him on a quad. I know he'd be hooked after that.
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Old 06-15-2006, 02:42 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

YES they have hook-ups they are also having a special 4th of july
this place is nice , waterfalls, huge mountain trails, all marked, fishing pond
creeks you can ride in, and a tunnel under the intersate
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Old 06-26-2006, 06:14 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

How do I get to this place from Athens, AL ?

Thanks,
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Old 06-26-2006, 06:29 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Here are the directions. Check out the second paragrarh - it has directions from I-65 (Hanceville/Arkedelphia Exit) to the park"

DIRECTIONS: HWY 91 SOUTH OF HANCEVILLE TO CO. RD 522
TAKE 522 TOWARD STOUTS MTN. BAPTIST CHURCH FOR APPROX. 5 MILES ENTRANCE IS ON LEFT ACROSS FROM BROWN HOUSE.

FROM I-65 TAKE EXIT 291 (HWY 91 NORTH TO HANCEVELLE)
TO CO.RD 522 JUST BEFORE BP STATION ON RIGHT , 522 WILL BE ON LEFT. FOLLOW DIRECTION ABOVE.
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Old 07-02-2006, 01:17 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Is there a lot of woods trails to ride to beat the heat. Is there a place to pay when you get there? Thanks
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Old 07-05-2006, 08:57 AM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Hello.

We rode the Cullman ATV Park Trails Saturday. There are several cool trails to ride and beat the heat. However, most were open road type riding. The trails that were cooler were very nice. Some trails took you into valleys that had 20 to 30 rock cliffs on both sides of you. Very nice.

They really need rain there. It was very dusty.

The people were very nice. They stayed there all day at the camp area, where you pay and park. If you were to get lost, they provided cell phone numbers for rescue. They also provided a map of the trails. However, it was difficult to read.

Not many people were riding Saturday. I guess it was too hot for them.

There camp area is nothing fancy, but overall, the area has nice views and for 15 dollars, it will be worth your time. I might suggest you wait for rain or cooler weather.

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Old 07-05-2006, 04:35 PM
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Default NEW ATV PARK IN CULLMAN, ALABAMA

Mostly just utility atvs or a bit of everything? I have heard no motorcycles because they don't want anthing fast there so was just wondering about sport quads
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