Waycross is the only incorporated city and county seat in Ware County, Georgia, USA. It is the principal city of the Waycross area, a cosmopolitan area, which covers Ware and Pierce County. A small section of Waycross is inside Pierce County. There are many leisure opportunities around the city and possibilities for extreme sports performances.
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Quad Biking in East Coast Offroad Park, Waycross, Georgia USA
Hortense is a city near Waycross, very popular among quad bikers, due to the existence of an incredible off – road park. Dirt sports fans find their element at East Coast Offroad Park. It is an extremely popular park that offers over 450 ac/1.82 km² of woods trails and mud bogs plus 100 ac/0.40 km² of scattered lakes.
This amazing park is every quad biker’s dream. A driving heaven in Georgia that attracts hundreds of insane drivers, who love to dive into the mud. The terrain is 1 mi²/2.6 km² of pure swamp and lies at an elevation of 30 to 60 ft/9.1 to 18.2 m. All the trails are marked, lightly maintained, but not rated.
Features of the park, as expected are amazing. Some hard pack, mostly mud, many trees, water crossings and intersections. Due to the park’s popularity, rider traffic is more than usual and the vehicles might be really large, so pay extra attention. Hazards are few and all marked. Levels of experience vary from amateurs to experienced drivers.
The park is opened in weekends and the only charge is at the entry, where you can find deals such as weekends pass. There is no parking, camping or riding fee. Bear in mind that prices may change during various events. In order to drive your quad bike in this park, it is mandatory to have a 60 in/152.4 cm flag applied to your ATV. Amenities of the park include a truck spray wash area, restrooms and hot showers.
Remember that the park is opened only during selected weekends, so it is better to call before you haul or check the website, where they post their announcements for current schedule. It is suggested that you visit this park for at least a couple of days, in order to feel the dirt.