Upcoming Jeep Off-Roading Events at ORV Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas


Here are some upcoming off-roading adventures you may want to partake in at the ORV Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas.


How the Off-Road Vehicle Park began:
“Off-roading in Hot Springs began in the late 1970’s with people ‘wheeling on a multitude of timber company logging roads, and utility company right-of-ways. Over the years this “unofficial trail system” grew into an impressive array of trails. It was great while it lasted… in 1999 the landowners closed access to the area and put the property up for sale.

In 2001, a group of off-road businessmen, enthusiasts and conservationists purchased the acreage with the intent of developing the nation’s premiere off-roading destination, while preserving the land’s natural beauty.”

What ORV has to offer:
“The Park includes the majority of the original trail system, and new trails and obstacles with varying degrees of difficulty are continuously being built on every terrain type imaginable — hill climbs (both “finesse” and “horsepower required” types), mud pits, rock gardens, water crossings, you name it. All trails are mapped and posted with difficulty ratings for the various vehicle types, so you always know your location, and what to expect terrain-wise.

Park Features
We offer both tent and RV campsites nestled in beautiful shaded hardwoods. Our shower-house and rest rooms are clean and climate-controlled.
• RV campsites with electrical and water hook-ups
• Primitive tent camping sites
• Restrooms / shower house
• Convenience store
• 3900 sq. ft. pavilion for group events
• Trails are clearly marked and difficulty rated
• Park fee includes a map
• Over 1,250 pristine wooded acres
• Family-oriented environment
• Club and group discounts available
• Member and Non-Member rate packages
• Official ATV Safety Institute training area

Upcoming Events:

Midsouth Jeep Club’s 3rd Anniversary Run ~ October 16th-18th, 2009
Midsouth Jeep Club has only been around a few years, but they are the fastest growing and most active 4×4 club in the Mid-South. This years Anniversary Run celebrates the Memphis based club’s first official trail ride as a club at their favorite destination, Superlift ORV Park. Register: http://www.orvpark.com/events/

Land Rover Off Road Adventure ~ October 17th, 2009
Land Rover Bluff City, Memphis will be hosting a guided trail ride for all Land Rover owners. Whether your never been off-road, or you are an experienced Rock Crawler, this is your chance to experience what your land Rover is truly capable of. We have a trail for you. If you don’t want to take your Rover “Off Road” come ride with one of the trained staff from Bluff City, we will have room for you along in one of our vehicles. Please visit the following sites to make your reservations. Pre-registration required, limited space. mailto:Events@bluffcityjaguarlandrover.com Attention Dennis Fry or (901) 844-9433

20th Annual Ouachita Jeep Jamboree ~ October 22nd-24th, 2009
Believe it or not this will be 20 years since the first Jeep Jamboree was held in Hot Springs! Jeep Jamboree’s are a one of a kind event that caters to new jeepers and experienced alike who like a little extra with their events. Visit http://www.jeepjamboreeusa.com for more information

LSJC’s Marine Corp Birthday Bash ~ November 13th-15th, 2009
Come celebrate 234 years of our great country’s military service men and women this Veteran’s Day weekend.
Register: http://www.orvpark.com/events/

TX4WD Thanksgiving Day Run ~ November 25th-29th, 2009
Texas Four Wheel Drive is hosting their 8th Annual Thanksgiving Run. This is a BYOT (Bring your own turkey) event, but there will be plenty of good wheelin and good times to be had on this extra long weekend.

All events are held at Superlift ORV Park, Hot Springs, AR, 501-625-3600, http://www.orvpark.com.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

6 comments

  1. This is so totally cool. Three cheers for them and a hefy return on their investment! It’s about a 6 hour trip for me, but I’m making plans to go. Thanks for the info.

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  2. My cousin and I went to this park last month. It was totally awesome. I really like the fact that all of the trails are rated for difficulty. We’ve been at this a while so there’s not much we won’t try. This is a fantastic place to go off road. I just wish it was closer to home.

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  3. I’ve been to this park several times and it’s one of my favorites. It’s not too far from where I live either. I usually camp out when I go for the weekend. It’s a great time, everytime. I’ve met so many new friends over the years.

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  4. The Marine Corps birthday bash sounds like a good time. I have the utmost respect for those who serve their country in that capacity. My brothers all 5 spent at least 2 years in the military and 2 are lifers. I’m the proudest sister around.

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  5. I’m betting that the 20th Annual Ouachita Jeep Jamboree is one you won’t want to miss. Anything that’s lasted that long has got to be jam packed with great things to do and see and plenty of people to meet.

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