|01-24-2011, 10:14 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Southern MI ORV Park
I was looking at the sticky and noticed there was at least one park missing that I know of, although I've never been here it's practically in my hometowns back yard.
The park is called Bundy Hill. It's located in Jerome Mi, about 6 miles west from US12 and US127 intersection
Here's their website. I plan on making a few trips to this park this summer after I get a set of more aggressive tires.
Michigan Off Roading at Bundy Hill Off Road Park - Jerome, MI (4x4, OHV, ORV, ATV, Quad, Motorcycle, Jeep)
We're southeastern Michigan’s newest off-road riding fun park. It's full of trails, sand dunes, extreme rock crawling, gravel hills, sheer drop-offs, bottomless mud pits, and hood-deep water.
We are constantly doing work to make sure you can find everything from mild to wild! In addition to this, we strive to keep the park family approved.
Please continue to read the information we have provided on this page. It will ensure you gain access to the park quickly, have fun, and stay safe!
Fees and Rules
Admission: $15 per driver and $5 per passenger.
Flags rentals: $15 with a $5 deposit
Flag Purchase: $20 Standard 7ft whip w/flag
$25 7ft spring based whip w/flag
$30 Fat Boy 2 piece whip w/Flag
Two day passes: $25.
Season passes: Single 12 mth $325.00 (driver only)
Family 12 mth $500.00 (up to 5 driver in same household)
Level 1: GREEN
Trail surface consisting of loose rock, dirt, and sand with some
slick rock surfaces. Erosion, washes, gulches and rock steps
no higher than 12" may be present. 4WD is recommended with
good ground clearance and driving skills. Aggressive tires and
limited slip would be a plus. Water and mud is possible.
* Family Area The Pit
* Service Roads
* Mud Flats Area
* Scramble Area
Level 2: BLUE
Trail surfaces are rutted, rocky and sandy with steps not
exceeding 14", with considerable slick rock surfaces and
are difficult with considerable erosion damage but passable.
Water not exceeding 12" with some mud possible.
Good vehicle approach and departure angles are helpful. Tall tires (32" plus)
and traction added device (lockers, limited slips) is recommended.
Above average driving skills are desirable. A winch would be a plus.
Enhanced suspension travel and ground clearance are helpful.
* Welcome Hill
* Pea Stone Point 1 & 2
* Lil Hill
* Chicken Hill
* Luke’s Ladder
* Deer Run
* Devils Hole
Level 3: BLACK
Trail consists of rock, trees, sand and considerable slick rock
with many steps exceeding 24”. Off camber inclines and declines
are prevalent. Enhanced off road equipment is required including
locking devices (front & rear), tall tires, maximum vehicle ground clearance, and tow hooks.
A winch is desirable. Excellent driving
skills are required. Vehicle, mechanical, equipment, or body damage is likely.
Roll over possibilities exist.
* Nut Check
* (NEW) Mild to Wild
* Bareback Trail
* The Rock Crawl
* Satan's Ladder
Level 4: DOUBLE BLACK
Let the carnage begin! Buggy territory. Street driven 4X4’s should
not attempt this trail. Modified factory vehicles will not be able to complete this trail.
Excellent driving skills are required. Roll over is
very common. Winches, spare parts and tools are recommended.
* Great Lakes Gulch
* Warn Valley
* Bounty Gap
Thought any of the Michigan Jeepers would appreciate the info!