Oh really!! How many are in your group? Yeah I've heard of the mounds, it's all rooty, I looked at bundy hill, and it looks pretty cool from the videos on YouTube that I've seen
It depends, sometime there is close to 15-20 of us but most of the time it's around 6-10.
I personally have never been to Bundy but from what I've herd it's not that great, not worth the drive. The mounds in the other hand can be fun. I recommend you have at least 33s though. What's your setup?
Just to keep it plain and simple. Rocks and Valleys is exactly as the title, if you like rocks and obstacles, that's the place to go. Bundy has a taste of everything, sand, rocks, open pits, mud. However, at Bundy you have to deal with quads and dirt bikes everywhere. The Mounds, well, MUD, certainly the place to go for that. They have a few "rock" courses, but nothing like Rocks and Valleys. The mounds also has a few trails thru the woods, but all of Rocks and Valleys is like that. My favorite places in Michigan to go is Rocks and Valleys, Bundy, and Silver Lake, the only reason I would go back to the Mounds, is if it was a group meetup.
I haven't been to the Mounds in 5 years so maybe it has changed. If you've never been, there's no reason not to (except bald tires). It's cheap and close, but muddy. You have to explore to find out what you like. Plenty of people go to the Mounds and have fun.
I disagree that Bundy Hill isn't worth the drive for either of you. It is not as quite as good as Rocks and Valley's, but is comparable. There are rocks, trails, small hill climbs, and some off camber stuff. Just not as much of any one of those things as R&V. You could spend a day at Bundy and have fun. Honestly, it's a case of beggars can't be choosers. Michigan off roading is limited so you take what you can get.
Yeah I know, I'm not a huge mud person, just in it for the trails and hills! Well bundy hill happens to be the closest to me, then the mounds, and rocks and valleys, it's about location! Just trying to find the closest spot to wheel