I went to it the opening weekend. It's a pretty nice park, but it's new and they don't have a lot of trails cut yet. There's a nice big mud pit if you like mud, but I don't. I went with a Jeep Club out of Waco, and we spent most of the time there making our own trails. Here's a link to some of the pictures I took while I was there.
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