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Trailfest 2019 is almost here. A few things to note before you head to Hawk Pride.

TRAILFEST 2019

Join SFWDA this coming Memorial Day Weekend for our 16th Annual Trailfest. Weather forecast is looking great for and the trails are primed and ready for some action. It will be hot so be sure to bring sunblock, and lots of water for your coolers while out on the trails.

Wristbands and Tickets will all be available to everyone at the Main Gate, including those who pre-ordered. Due to an issue with our windshield stickers we withheld mailing tickets.

So, if you have already purchased online your tickets have been prepared for pick up, and you can find your envelope at Will Call.

Each person with a paid admission will receive a raffle ticket for our Main Raffle Saturday night. You can purchase additional tickets at $1 each and increase your chances at winning some amazing prizes from Top Sponsors like BFGoodrich, and WARN, and lots more. This you wont want to miss!

Accommodations - If you are staying at hawk Pride and do not already have an RV slip or a Cabin reserved, not to worry. There is a TON of great dry and primitive camping. You will be directed to appropriate spot or general vicinity upon arrival. Open camping is first come otherwise. See you all soon!


Registration & Tech Inspection
Schedule for Gate Operations -
16th Annual Trailfest 2019

Friendly Reminder *
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

* Thursday - Gate will be open to General Public All Day (must pay additional parks daily use fees)

Vendor Check In & Setup 12 Noon-8 PM


* Friday - Gate Open 8 AM - 8 PM

* Saturday - Gate Open 8 AM - 5 PM
* Sunday - Gate Opens 8 AM

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Scott Fields Benefit Ride - Saturday, May 19th @ Uwharrie - Camping - Raffle - Fund Raiser

Scott Fields Benefit Ride

Hosted by Carolina Trail Blazers & True Patriot

Saturday, May 19th

Trail Riding * Camping * Raffle * Fund Raiser 


Scott Fields has dedicated decades of service and support of OHV recreation in North Carolina. 


Event Hosts True Patriot Inc and Carolina Trail Blazers welcome all to the Scott Fields Benefit Ride May 19th.

 Camping is available for $10 per rig for Friday and Saturday for those wanting to ride in the forest, daily trail pass not included. Camping is included with a $50 donation for the private rides on Big Creek Rocks and Grand Overland District, Ledger Shoals. Rides will be organized by moderate and difficult to take driver experience and vehicle capability into consideration. All rides will leave the event center around 9:30 and return by 5. Lunch is not provided, however, Texalina BBQ will be on hand when the rides return to the events center. 

The raffle will start at 6. Many thanks to Piedmont Performance Diesel & Off-Road for reaching out to MetalCloak and providing the complete install of either a Game Changer or Rock Sport lift kit; as well as Hi-Lift Jacks and Accessories, Root One Six Off Road, and Apex Overland for all of the awesome raffle items.

...UPDATE: thank you Rugged Ridge, Southeast Overland, and ARB for adding to the raffle!...

This event is only possible because of the phenomenal community that Scott is a cornerstone of who have come together on short notice to make this happen. He has greatly impacted the wheeling and veteran communities for many decades and we are honored to be able to do this for him. Scott is in a battle for his life against a rare cancer. All monies will go directly to Scott to cover medical costs, bills, and support his family. Please come out and support this event so all can show their love and appreciation for this great man.

https://www.gofundme.com/scott-fields-mtn-of-medical-bills

Texalina BBQ on site Saturday!!

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TrailFest 2014

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TrailFest 2014

Come on out for an action packed weekend and support Southern Four Wheel Drive Association in their mission to keep 
trails open for riding & support our local parks. 

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