COMPREHENSIVE
  DIXIE RUN  31 EVENTS SCHEDULE



Registration & Tech Inspection

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 All OHV's must pass a basic Safety Tech Inspection   

Required : Safety Belts, Fire Extinguisher, First Aid kit, Secure Battery
Optional : Cooler, Winch, Recovery Equipment, Body Anchor Points, CB Radio, Body Armor, Trail Map or GPS

  • Wednesday - Gate Closed to General Public All Day

    • Vendor Check In & Setup 12 Noon-8 PM

  • Thursday  - Gate Open to Public 12 Noon - 8 PM  

    • Vendor Check In & Setup 8 AM - 5 PM

  • Friday  - Gate Open  8 AM - 9 PM

  • Saturday Gate Open  8 AM - 12 Noon


Schedule Highlights

Thursday 

  • 8 AM - 5 PM - Vendor Check In & Setup
  • 12 Noon - 8 PM - Event Registration & Tech Inspection (Public)
  • 12 Noon  -  All Trails Open to Public throughout
  • 3 PM - Vendor Only Trail Ride - Loop through the park on a guided ride, only vendors together
  • 5 - 9 PM - On-Site Dinner - OPEN Food Truck Service from select Vendors

Friday

  • All Day  - Open Trail Riding throughout
  • 8 AM - 9 PM - Event Registration & Tech Inspection
  • 7 AM - 9 PM - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner - Service from a variety of Food Truck Vendors
  • 8 AM - 8 PM - Kids Fun Zone – Open play on Bounce House, Playground, and More (Kids Fun Zone)  
  • 9 AM -  8 PM - Merchandise Sales Booth OPEN (main pavilion)
  • 10 AM  - Premium Members Ride (must be selected to participate) 
  • 10 AM - 3 PM Guided Trail Rides (GMP Trails & Excursion Rides)  See Details Below
  • 2 PM - "Creekbed Crawl" A technical drivers event; show off your skills by navigating through cones where difficulty is the focus and there is a class for everyone*, and any size rig. Come one Come all. (Join us at the dry creekbed off Trail 1-2 near the racetrack entrance. Trophies will be awarded for various classes) *No Tube Chassis or Buggies Allowed
  • 7:00 PM - (Vendors Only) Sunset Dinner - Pending Confirmation
  • 7:30 PM - Movie Under the Stars - Let the kids come out and watch a family friendly flic on the big screen outdoors under the main pavilion 
  • 8:30 PM - Dixie Night Run - For the first time ever; join a guided group of assorted rigs through GMP trails on a Night Ride. Easy - Moderate type of ride intended with this group
     

Saturday 

  • All Day  - Open Trail Riding throughout AOP
  • 8 AM - 1 PM - Event Registration & Tech Inspection
  • 7 AM - 9 PM - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner - OPEN Service from a variety of Food Truck Vendors
  • 8 AM - 6 PM - Kids Fun Zone – Open Play on Bounce House, Playground, and More (Kids Fun Zone)
  • 9 AM - 5 PM - Guided Trails Information & Registration Booth
  • ( Trail ride registration, schedule information, and trail selection guidance, as well as all general AOP trail & excursion information)
  • 9 AM -  7 PM - Merchandise Sales Booth OPEN (main pavilion)
  • 9 AM - 2 PM - Guided Trail Rides (GMP Trails & Excursion Rides)  See Details Below 
  • 10 AM - “Mini Crawlers” R\C Crawler Challenge (free for all ages) (behind main pavilion) 
  • (Challenging and fun Rock Course for kids of all ages to compete. R/C car provided to compete if necessary. Win a brand new RC Crawler $300 value)
  • 2 PM “Southern Shootout” Advanced Rock Climb / Bouncer Challenge - Best time to the top against the clock. Bring your A-Game here and hey spectators, you'll want to come watch as the heat turns up and it gets LOUD! (Directly behind main racetrack grandstands where Trails 14 & 15 connect. Trophies will be awarded.) *Extreme Rigs, Tube Chassis or Buggies Suggested
  • 1 PM - 4 PM  Kids Field Activities  - Join kids through a variety of field activities to include; Relay Races, Parachute Toss, and much more. Nominal Prizes Awarded (Kids Fun Zone; Next to Main Pavilion) 
  • 4 PM -  “Digital Digs” Scavenger Hunt - Kids Field Activities Continued, Form a team and use a digital camera / phone to capture images on a challenging list which excites kids of all ages (Kids Fun Zone; Next to Main Pavilion) 
  • (Join kids through a variety of field activities to include; "Digital Digs" a Scavenger Hunt, Relay Races, and much more. Nominal Prizes Awarded)
  • 5 - 7 PM - Main Event Dinner - Your choice from a variety of food truck vendors Included with your paid admission ticket
  • 7 PM - Event Awards & Announcements (main pavilion)
  • 7:30 PM - Raffle Drawing & Prize Awards (main pavilion)

Sunday

  • All Day  - Open Riding throughout
  • Dawn - Dusk - Camp Break Down & Clean UP
  • Vendors Break Down and Wrap Up
  • 10 AM - Sunday Stroll - This is a Free Ride for anyone who has not broke, not exhausted, or feels like one more good trail ride. Join us as we invite everyone out for one last organized trip through the trails before we head home for the weekend. 

What else You Need to Know

Food Options

All weekend long you can count on a fresh variety of food options. With 4 Food Truck Vendors on location there is sure to be something for everyone.

Served from 7 AM - 9 PM - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner - OPEN      Service from a variety of Food Truck Vendors
From BBQ & Burritos to Moroccan Sliders & Chili. Cheese Steaks to Cubans and Exotic Salads too. Simple options for kids, treats as well. Breakfast spreads from various vendors will also be available including Biscuits & Gravy, Egg Sandwiches, Coffee, etc.
Leave all the cooking and cleaning at home.
 

Saturday's Dinner prior to our Raffle & Festivities is included with each admission ticket. Each paid ticket includes a stub voucher to redeemed from the food vendor of your choice on Saturday. 

Guided Trail & Excursion Rides

Online Guided Trail & Excursion Registration in advance is suggested to guarantee your specific time slot and preferred group. For all remaining slots onsite registration will also be available as scheduled inside of the Information Booth. 

Merchandise Sales & Pre-Sales Claim 

A new collection of SFWDA and Dixie Run 31 event merchandise including shirts, hats, and more will be available and on display. All individuals who have event shirts to claim from online purchase will pickup at the same booth. 
Cash and Credit Card will be accepted onsite for merchandise. 

* Schedule Disclaimer

* All event activities and trail routes including difficulty levels are considered to be flexible with consideration of mother nature and other unforeseen causes.  No guarantee is warranted or implied. 


Guided Trails & Excursion Ride Schedule

Friday

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  • 10:00 AM - Premium Members Trail Ride (must be selected)
  • 12:30 PM - Guided Excursion Ride -  Travel to scenic destinations around the local area. Distances of up to 100 miles round trip and visit landmarks, waterfalls, overlooks, and more and primarily on asphalt.
  • 2:00 PM - Easy Moderate Ladies Only Ride - Join a group of easy moderate Lady drivers with only minimum required equipment; 4x4 vehicle, and basic safety equipment. Easy trails will be traveled with this group. 
  • 2:30 PM - Advanced Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of Moderate built rigs and drivers together as we tackle  the more challenging trails.
  • 3:00 PM - Easy Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of easy moderate drivers with only minimum required equipment; 4x4 vehicle, and basic safety equipment. Easy trails will be traveled with this group. 

Saturday

  • 9 AM - Easy Moderate Ladies Only Ride - Join a group of easy moderate Lady drivers with only minimum required equipment; 4x4 vehicle, and basic safety equipment. Easy trails will be traveled with this group. 
  • 9 AM -  Guided Excursion Ride -  Travel to scenic destinations around the local area. Distances of up to 100 miles round trip and visit landmarks, waterfalls, overlooks, and more and primarily on asphalt.
  • 9:30 AM - Advanced Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of Moderate built rigs and drivers together as we tackle  the more challenging trails.
  • 10:00 AM - Easy Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of easy moderate drivers with only minimum required equipment; 4x4 vehicle, and basic safety equipment. Easy trails will be traveled with this group. 
  • 1 PM - Guided Excursion Ride -  Travel to scenic destinations around the local area. Distances of up to 100 miles round trip and visit landmarks, waterfalls, overlooks, and more and primarily on asphalt.
  • 1 PM - Advanced Moderate Ladies Only Ride - Join a group of Lady Drivers in Moderate built rigs as we tackle the more challenging trails.
  • 1:30 PM - Advanced Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of Moderate built rigs and drivers together as we tackle  the more challenging trails.
  • 2 PM - Easy Moderate Trail Ride - Join a group of easy moderate drivers with only minimum required equipment; 4x4 vehicle, and basic safety equipment. Easy trails will be traveled with this group. 

Need to Know about Guided Trail Riding

Educational Video Series

Educational Video Series

  • Tread Lightly! principles will be observed at all times. 
  • Your welcome to ride along on and participate in as many guided trail rides as you wish.
  • Trial Routes have been carefully pre-determined and should be suitable for rigs based on the categories described of each group.
  • Each group will have a brief drivers meeting before departure to become acclimated with the planned route and debrief on all safety, and communications, along with best practices when riding in groups.
  • CB Radios are suggested but not required. We encourage good radio communication and groups will be on a designated channel.
  • Each Guided Trail Ride through AOP is approximately 2-3 hours long
  • Excursion Rides are approximately 4-5 hours long. 
  • Every Guided Route will include at minimum One Trail Guide and One Tail Gunner.   
  • Our goal is to depart each guided trip with no more than approximately 15 rigs per total. We can and will split rides into multiple groups to accommodate everyone and the trail system itself for maximum efficiency. 
  • A brief drivers meeting with all participants will commence 15 minutes before each scheduled departure time. You must arrive on time! 
  • In the South rain is a weather factor which can elevate the difficulty rating of some trails as much as one whole level higher on average.  
  • While each route category has a few different levels of basic requirements, most would benefit from use of some additional suggested equipment. While you want to be prepared you also don't be to be overloaded.
  • CB Radio, Tool Kit, Spare Tire, Tire Patch Kit, and some common spare parts are all suggested equipment to have on-board. 
  • May we suggest our series of Educational Videos aimed at assisting you in coming prepared and making the most out of your trip for both yourself and everyone else in your group. Topics in our Education Series include "What to bring on a One Day Trail Ride", Group Trail Riding Etiquette, How to Tread Lightly, and much more. 

Easy Moderate Trails Group

Easy Moderate Trails Group

Easy Moderate
Trail Routes

required safety
Equipment

  • Safety Belts
  •  First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extingusher
  • Secure Battery

REQUIRED OHV Equipment

  • Transfer Case
  • All Terrain Tires
  • Recovery Points

Everyday rigs and highly encouraged to join. Routes will be mostly easier trails, and only those which everyone in the group can traverse. 

 
Advanced Moderate Trails Group

Advanced Moderate Trails Group

Advanced Moderate Trail Routes

minimum
Equipment

  • All Basic Safety & OHV Equipment As Required of Easy Moderate Tralls

Advanced OHV EQUIPMENT

  • Winch
  • Lockers
  • Recovery Gear
  • Roll Cage

This group will tackle more challenging terrain. Routes will be more challenging, but still capable of everyone in the group. Body damage may be possible, and a roll cage is required.

Excursion Ride Trails Group

Excursion Ride Trails Group

Scenic Excursion Trail Routes

REQUIRED
EQUIPMENT

  • Safety Belts
  •  First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Secure Battery
  • DOT Registered Vehicle

 

 

 

Everyday rigs and highly encouraged to join. Most of the route will be on asphalt yet there may be some very mild off road trails. We will as a group travel to scenic destinations around the local area. Travel up to 100 miles round trip and visit landmarks, waterfalls, overlooks, and more.