Join us on Saturday, March 18 for the first SFWDA Meet & Ride of 2017.
The Rocket City Rock Crawlers will host the event and provide guided Trail rides at
Hale Mountain OHV Park.
What are the Trails at Hale Mountain OHV Park like?
400 acres of wooded ATV trails wind through Hale Mountain OHV Park. There are over 40 miles of trails for all experience levels, over 3 miles of trails for rock crawlers, including some new crawler trails coming soon, 2 mud pits, and a quarter-mile of mud trails.
CartoTracks has just created a brand new, GPS-enabled map of the park!
Click on the map image to take you to CartoTracks where you can get the new Hale Mountain map that will work on your smartphone, tablet, or iPad without cell signal but show you a blue dot indicating your location on the map.
Register today for a fun day to meet your association, the
Southern Four Wheel Drive Association, and together explore Hale Mountain OHV Park.
- On-site check in will open at 8:00 AM Central Standard Time
- Our SFWDA meeting will begin promptly at 9:00 AM
- Trail rides will begin at 10:00 AM and wrap up around 5:00 PM
- $15 Fee payable at gate
- OHV park Waiver needs complete (Download Here)
Camping is available on the park campground. See their website for more details. The motels they usually recommend are any brand in Winchester or Fayetteville, AL. Both are about the same drive time from the park but Winchester has a lot more food places than Fayetteville. Also, their is a Microtel on Shields Rd in Huntsville. It may be a little longer drive due to the 2 lane road.
Hale Mountain OHV Park
83 Big Rock Lane
New Market, AL 35761
Park Website; http://www.halemountainohvpark.com/
If you do plan to attend we encourage everyone to please download, print, and fill in the PDF Waiver form the park provided. This will help expedite things upon arrival. There is a $15 park fee which will be collected at the gate by park official upon arrival. There are no other fees as this is a free SFWDA meet & Ride Sponsored event with assistance from Rocket City Rock Crawlers club in Alabama.
Directions to Hale Mountain OHV Park
Please be aware that current maps often do the wrong thing with our address. In addition, GPS mapping tends to do the wrong thing with our GPS coordinates, too.
Legend has it that using "30 Elora Mountain Road, Elora Tennessee" as the destination address will bring you right to the OHV Park with GPS Navigation Systems.
If that doesn't work, we recommend going to Elora Mountain Road/Hale Mountain Lane (as shown in the map below). From there you simply follow the signs to Big Rock Lane and the Hale Mountain OHV Park.