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Mon, Apr 29


Windrock Park

LSJC Takes Over Windrock!

73,000 acres of land with over 300 miles of’s time to play!

LSJC Takes Over Windrock!
LSJC Takes Over Windrock!

Time & Location

Apr 29, 2024, 9:00 AM – May 04, 2024, 4:00 PM

Windrock Park, 921 Windrock Rd, Oliver Springs, TN 37840, USA


About the event

We're reaching out to gauge interest in this upcoming event. Could you please RSVP so we can determine the number of participants. Once we have an idea of the attendance, we'll proceed with finalizing arrangements. Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we work through the logistics.

Windrock Park is 73,000 acres of off-road excitement located in Oliver Springs, TN. The trails accommodate all types of vehicles from ATVs, SxSs, dirt bikes, mountain bikes, Jeeps/4x4s, buggies and trucks. They are the LARGEST privately owned riding area in the country. They offer a variety of amenities including more than 300 miles of trail riding, camping and events! It's a family-oriented atmosphere and Windrock Park also has a variety of additional offerings in addition to being your premier off-road adventure park!

There are 3 Jeep Badge of Honor trails in the park.  It can take 30-45 minutes to reach a trail head.

It’s a 14-to-15-hour drive stopping for gas and breaks, but the drive is easy.

Permits are required and can be purchased online (see important links below). They are sold up to a 4 day permit. There’s a lot of interesting history around Olliver Springs. Oak Ridge is close by and there are other places to explore around the area. Some of us will take a day off from wheeling to explore some of these places.

FYI - Oak Ridge, Tennessee was home to several massive Manhattan Project facilities employing thousands of workers during and after World War II and was the headquarters for the project after relocating from New York City.

Important Links:

Tentative Timeline

4/28 (Saturday): Caravan to Oliver Springs and be on the road by 6am. 

4/29 – 4/30: Wheel

5/1: Wheeling break

5/2 – 5/3: Wheel

5/4: Return to North Texas

It is a beautiful park!  Rich with vegitation and amazing scenery! 

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