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View Poll Results: Where would you like to see Fall for All 2013
Choccolocco Mtn 2 40.00%
Stony Lonesome 2 40.00%
Morris Mtn 0 0%
Hawk Pride 0 0%
Hale Mtn 1 20.00%
Hollytree 0 0%
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Unread 11-06-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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Which park would you like to see Fall for All at next year?

With Gray Rock closing to public rides, we need to find another venue so please vote above and leave comments/suggestions if you have any.

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Unread 11-08-2012, 06:20 AM   #2
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Stony Lonesome is probably closest to that location, but I've heard great things about all of the locations. Having had Jeep Jamboree at SLOHV, I know it can handle all levels of wheelers with some pretty intense areas. As they have recently acquired more land and are still carving new trails, it should merit serious consideration. Their parking area is huge, they have RV hookups, cabins, AND primitive camping available.

That all said, the newer parks up in North Alabama all look promising too.
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Unread 11-08-2012, 07:02 AM   #3
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Stony Lonesome is probably closest to that location, but I've heard great things about all of the locations. Having had Jeep Jamboree at SLOHV, I know it can handle all levels of wheelers with some pretty intense areas. As they have recently acquired more land and are still carving new trails, it should merit serious consideration. Their parking area is huge, they have RV hookups, cabins, AND primitive camping available.

That all said, the newer parks up in North Alabama all look promising too.
Our club (CAOS) has been working with Stony Lonesome this year to cut in some new trails. I think we have 3 or 4 new ones done. We will continue to work with them because there is a lot of potential out there that hasn't been uncovered yet.
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Unread 11-11-2012, 11:13 AM   #4
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I went to SLOHV for the first time this weekend and it was a blast, I also went to the last free for all a couple weeks ago at greyrock. My brother was a member of CAOS, until he sold his CJ (looking for buggie now). From what I have seen in the vehicles that go to greyrock, they will not be challenged at SLOHV. I would recommend Hawkspride, because it has alot to offer for all levels of rigs and drivers. It is more comparable to greyrock, in my opinion.
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Unread 11-14-2012, 12:48 PM   #5
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