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RenegadeCJ
Tue Mar 13 2007, 01:14AM
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as far as i could tell the price is free. guide is recommended though.

Rules for Harlen, KY (bailey's creek, big black mountian orv park)

This park operates, and everyone rides at their own risk under KRS 411.190. Know your limitations and do not exceed the capabilities of your vehicle.

Helmets are required pursuant to KRS 189.515. Protective gear including, but not limited to those items listed by the manufacturer and the ATV Safety Institute are strongly recommended. (this is for atv's)

Consumption of Alcohol while ore before operating a motorized vehicle is NOT permitted. No one is allowed to possess any illegal substances including, but not limited to, drugs and explosives within the park.

Litter laws are strictly enforced. Place litter in an appropriate trash receptacle or "Pack It in, Pack It Out."

There will be no toleration for fighting. Any violation of this rule will result in being banned from the property and possibly being arested.

Do not remove or destroy trees, shrubs, plants or animals. Further do not feed any animals including, but not limited to bears.

The park is neither liable nor responsible for damage, loss, or theft of personal property or injury to visitors.

Citizens Band Channel 3 & 4 will be the community channels.

All operator and passengers of cars, trucks, buggies, etc., designated for on or off road use must wear safety belts while vehicle is being operated. Infants and children must be restrained in legally required child safety seats.

All Off-Road Vehicle drivers and riders should follow the manufacturer's safe operating procedures. Please be sure that your ORV has the appropriate equipment needed to operate on the rough tettrain in the park.

Minors should be supervised by an adult at all times.

Be courteous of other drivers and Park Employees on and off the trails.

All vehicles must operate in a manner to avoid incidents and/or accidents while in the park.

No glass containers are allowed at the park.

Gasoline must be stored in approved containers only.

Any new trails, outdoor fire areas, or camping/campsite areas should be approved by the Board.

All riders should use designated entrances.

All Vehicles must have front & rear lights if driving at night.

Vehicles attempting Level 5 trails must have a full roll cage and helmets.

Camping/Campsites should be in designated areas only.

Fires should be restricted to designated areas only.

Firewood used should be dead wood only.

All special events should be approved by the Board.

Pets should be kept on leash at all times.

Vehicles must travel in groups of 2 or more. Anyone found alone will be in violation of this rule, except in emergency situations.

The terrain is constantly changing. Check each hill. Ride all trails with caution.

Stay within the boundaries of the park. Do not enter any property not owned by the park. Do not enter any posted areas that are not open by the park.

Tread lightly. All participants must stay on trails. Do not blaze new trails.

Nonoperative vehicles should be moved to the side of the trails and attended to immediately.

Failure to comply with the above rules regulations and safe operating procedures can result in fines, temporary or permanent banning from using the park or participating in any future park activities or events.


Motel Info:
Holiday Inn Express,10min from trailhead, 800.465.4329,606.573.3385
http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/hi/1/en/hd/hyksh
Mount Aire Motel, 10 min from trailhead, 800.988.4660.606.573.4660, www.mountairemotel.com
Valley View Lodge,606.573.3808, 10 min from trailhead.
Cumberland Motel,40 min from trailhead,606.589.2181
School House Inn,40 min from trailhead,606.848.3000
Cumberland Plaza,40 min from trailhead, 606.589.4911
RV parks coming, plenty of primtive camping on trails.
www.harlancounty.com info about our area


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in the procces of being rebuilt
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