New Louisiana riding area scheduled to open
April 23, 2014
The Muddy Bottoms ATV and Recreation Park at Sarepta, La., near Springhill, is scheduled to open the week of Memorial Day, May 22-26, with an initial 100 miles of trails.
Construction began on the park in June 2013. The facility is being built on 5,000 acres that includes about 1,400 acres of lake.
The park not only features ATV trails but also eventually will have an 11-acre mud pit for riding, a motocross track and a large amphitheater for musical entertainment. Also featured will be RV sites, primitive camping sites and showers.
To get there, take US 371 5 miles south of the Arkansas-Louisiana state line, turn right onto George Taylor Road and the entrance is a little more than a mile down the road.
For more information, go to http://www.facebook.com/muddybottomsatv or call (318) 377-3800. The address is 100 Muddy Bottoms Dr. Sarepta, LA 71071.
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