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06-18-2013 02:24 PM
DrewG DANG IT! Got way too much crap going on this weekend. I think I just "joined" the facebook group (I'm terrible at the internets, so who knows if I did that right), so hopefully I'll get the head's up on the next trip.
06-17-2013 08:37 AM
BB1857 We will be there...this is going to be our first offroad adventure besides ATV's so i am really looking forward to it. I want to keep it tame and stay away from anything other than the greenies for now. We are meeting a group of guys in Mt Airy Saturday morning for the trek up. Can't wait!!
06-13-2013 09:49 PM
Hubdeep Worried about driving that far? Or wheeling and driving home?
06-11-2013 02:56 PM
bhsanchez72 I am on element offroad and saw this.......I want to go I am just worried about driving my jeep sooo far away (142 miles each way)
06-10-2013 03:23 PM
fdkss03 Club page:
06-10-2013 03:20 PM
BEGINNERS WECOME: Element Offroad's First Annual Summer Camp Trailride

Join Element Offroad at Rausch Creek Offroad Park for the summer's biggest camping and wheeling event.

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Rausch Creek Off Road Park is a membership-based facility. There are no pre-requisites or waiting lists. All drivers and passengers must sign a membership application & liability waiver. Drivers and passengers age 16 and up are required to become members of the park which costs $15 per year and is good for one year from the date you join. Membership cards are given out when you join.

Children age 15 and younger are free, however, we require a parental waiver. All members under the age of 18 also require a parental waiver.

The daily entrance fee is $35.00 for the vehicle and driver. Passengers age 16 and up are $7.00 each (When a passenger joins the park, the $7.00 fee is waived that day). We offer free primitive camping for our members.


Trails of all levels will be available to test your rig and your meddle. You tell us what you can handle, and we'll set up your group for you with one of our trail guides.

Wanna try the park on your own? We can arrange that also. A game of crush the cone perhaps? Surely.

After the trailride, join us back at camp for tales of woe around the fire.


This is an event not to be missed!!

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