I have riden there twice and it is a nice place to ride , the trails are a little tight for the big 4wd models and so far if it rains or snows they close down ! and it has discuraged a lot of us local riders . if they get that squared away it will be nice , considering I live about 30 from the place . now that being said it aint no hatfield / mccoy
I went Sunday to CAW. There was a guy there checking tires AFTER you signed the waiver, paid, and parked. My Mud lite xl passed but i had a buddy that was there with brand new mud lites and they told his group of about 12 that they could not ride (they all had agressive tires). When they went to get their money back and caw figured out how much money they would lose by not letting them ride, they let them ride. They guy checking tires was simply doing random checks and there was no way he could have checked everyone there.
As long as the lugs on your tires are 1 inch or less you will be fine. One of the guys that was with me had 589's he was ok to ride. I went one time before and was never checked and never saw anyone checking tires.
sorry no more pics. yes 2wd can go anywhere in the parks, there are alot of mud holes but there is always a way around. the place is well worth the 25 dollar fee. the trails are tight, very hilly, the mud is a black brown mud, its kinda sandy, there is a big creek that runs in the middle of the property, and a few huge mudholes, but if possible dont run huge mud tires b.c it will tire you out on the tight twisting trails. but we did have a ton of fun.
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