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I was reading a post on another thread that said 10,000 quads show up for this event, is that true? Or is this guy touchin` himself. I went to the website, but they didn`t list any numbers
 

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... " Touching Himself ",,, Great way of putting that one .....
 

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Well, I was there Thurs. Friday, and Sat. and I would easily say a few thousand (maybe 2-3). It monsooned th. and fri. so that may have kept some away. It turned out great on sat. and that's when the most poeple were there (3-5 at least). If you ever get a chance this is a must see thing. Great trail riding, plenty of vendors. Example: this year they had Polaris, Arcticat, and Yamaha factory big rigs show up plus local dealers selling everything.
 

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Tinman.. Where is this at. Is this local?
 

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I apologize, but I must correct you Truegrit. What I am talking about is the Windrock Spring ATV Jamboree. Windrock or some people know it as Coal Creek OHV Area is located in Oliver Springs, TN. which is a few miles outside of Oak Ridge, tn. (which adjoins Knoxville). If you ever have or ever will pass thru knoxville tn, then you are around half an hour from the best mountains trails (around 150-200 miles) and scenary that you will ever see.
 

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Hey Truegrit..I take it that this isn't close to Brevard County.. Oh well.. Doesn't help me none
 

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QUOTE ("Bigvick":f6veje1q)
I apologize, but I must correct you Truegrit. What I am talking about is the Windrock Spring ATV Jamboree. Windrock or some people know it as Coal Creek OHV Area is located in Oliver Springs, TN. which is a few miles outside of Oak Ridge, tn. (which adjoins Knoxville). If you ever have or ever will pass thru knoxville tn, then you are around half an hour from the best mountains trails (around 150-200 miles) and scenary that you will ever see.
the Hatfield & McCoy trails are that....
 

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Haven't had a chance to get up to Hatfield/McCoy yet so I am just going on what i've rode so far. I heard that H/M trails are awesome, so hopefully we are gonna plan a trip sometime this year to go!
 
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