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: 1st Annual Hard CCOR 4x4 Rally Aug 8-9th 2009


NCJeepin
07-22-2009, 01:57 PM
CCOR is holding its 1st Annual Hard CCOR 4x4 Rally at Carolina Backwoods 4x4 park in Calabash, NC.

We will be wheeling all day the 8th, cooking out and camplng that night and will finish up wheeling late afternoon on Sunday the 9th.

Saturday night we will be cooking a pig, and folks who will be attending will be bringing sides, deserts, and stuff for breakfast sunday morning. There is plenty of room for tent camping, the park also has camper and cabin rentals as well. To reserve a camper or cabin please contact Carolina Backwoods directly at www.carolinabackwoods.com tell them your attending the CCOR get together.

The park has provided us with a great deal for entry for this weekend, for both days of wheelin and camping on saturday night the rate is 35.00 for the weekend. If you have any questions about the rate, please contact carolina backwoods directly.

Carolina Backwoods offers 280 acres and over 16 miles of trails. Alot trails are dry but there are some mud/water play areas as well. There are some small hill climbs and a couple of frame twister trails, the parks owner assures us there will be a bunch of new stuff there as well when we go back. Its a growing park, and is in the build stages but its a great time.


If your interested in attending, please signup on our RSVP list.

http://www.coastalcarolinaoffroad.co...ead.php?t=3024

enigmaverse
07-31-2009, 04:31 PM
Would be nice to have more JK's out there then just me. gets lonely being the only one stupid enough to wheel it. :)

tkob1060
07-31-2009, 04:54 PM
have you been there before?

NCJeepin
08-07-2009, 12:00 PM
Joe has been there plenty...


http://gallery.me.com/joseph.bonanno/100190/IMG_0076/web.jpg?ver=12485696320001

http://i529.photobucket.com/albums/dd336/kenneth_rivenbark/backwoods%20jul-09/Picture081.jpg

http://gallery.me.com/joseph.bonanno/100127/Backwoods035/web.jpg?ver=12377686850001

WRANGLERV8
08-07-2009, 12:16 PM
looks hot and dry.

enigmaverse
08-23-2009, 09:45 AM
plenty of mud to go around... he used to have a pond we used for wash off... it was about 12 - 16" deep, then his son accidently drained the whole thing... he need to let it fill again.

there are a few play areas with rocks/cement, samll pipe garden, teeter totter, hills, mud, etc. then there are probably a few miles of trails, mostly easy to moderate that are currently getting broken in/ rutted out. :)

we've been working with the owner to make trails/obstacles and so far things are going pretty good... my only issue is I'm the only JK there. :)