Wright’s Area 252 Riding Park

"KEEP IT SAFE"

“KEEP IT SAFE”

Wright’s Area 252 Riding Park
97 County Road 1324, Arlington, KY 42021,
Phone: (270)562-1293, (270)207-0038, (270)655-2200,
FAX:(270)655-2114
Open: Saturdays and Sundays, 10:am until 30 minutes prior to dusk. 

Update (June 13, 2014) Progress! Looking forward to completion of of Trailhead facility! Our Trailhead facility will offer snacks, riding necessities such as tow rope, fix a flat, ice, glasses, etc, souvenirs, and a place to cool off! We have a lot in the works to create a great place to ride! Come check us out this weekend! Gates open at 10 on Saturday and Sunday! 

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Notice… Solo rider cost is $15. Add $5 for each passenger. If you have a 4 seat side by side (and all seats are full) the cost would be $30. Each person must execute a waiver of liability before hitting the trails. A complete list of rules and a map of the trails will be provided to you upon arrival.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..Discover over 12 miles of trails stretched across a 252 acre farm. We are located along the banks of the Mississippi River Trails of KY near in Burkley, KY – between Bardwell and Columbus-Belmont State Park.  The trails range in skill level from beginners to extreme riders, including a mud pit! There is much to explore throughout our hills and valleys!

A Trailhead facility currently under construction! We will have many products available for purchase like drinks, food, and don’t forget the ice. Other products available will include, sunglasses, googles, tow ropes, and souvenirs, and much more for your riding needs!

You are responsible for your own safety. Trail use has inherent risks with a variety of unexpected and/or dangerous conditions. It is your responsibility to be informed and take precautions. Trail conditions are subject to change without notice. RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK. KNOW YOUR LIMITS. All users must adhere to local, state, and federal laws.

All users of the recreational area are required annually to execute a waiver of liability and purchase a permit to enter Wright’s Area 252 Riding Park. Failure to follow rules and safe operation guidelines may result in arrest, fines, temporary or permanent ban from AREA 252.  Helmets are required per KRS Law 189.515. Protective gear recommended by the ATV Safety Institute is strongly recommended, as are all product recommendations specific to your vehicle. All off road vehicle drivers and riders should follow the manufacture’s safe operating procedures.  Each vehicle entering the AREA 252 must display a permit sticker in highly visible location on ATV.

AREA 252 Permits are not the same as Carlisle County River Trail Permits. Permits may be purchased at local retail outlets or call the Office of the Carlisle County Judge-Executive to obtain current listing of locations. Permit user must provide valid drivers license with picture identification. No unauthorized or non-permitted vehicles allowed in AREA 252.  No users under the age of 18 allowed in AREA 252 without written permission from parent or legal guardian. A parent or legal guardian must sign a liability waiver in the presence of AREA 252 staff. Adult must accompany Minors 16 and under at all times.

No Drugs or mind altering substances are allowed in AREA 252. Alcohol Consumption before or while operating a motorized vehicle is not permitted.

No firearms, no hunting, no concealed weapons, or explosives of any kind is allowed in AREA 252.

AREA 252, or any person or entity associated with AREA 252 is neither liable nor responsible for damage, loss, or theft of personal property or injury.

No Trail Blazing is allowed. Stay on designated trails. Do not enter areas marked Private Property The terrain is constantly changing. Check each hill. Ride all trails with caution. Do not block any trail at any time except for emergencies or maintenance. Nonoperative vehicles should be moved to the side of the trails and attended to immediately. Mug Bogging allowed only on designated Trail #9 area only. Uphill riders shall always have first right-of-passage if possible.

Racing is not allowed. No excessive speed or reckless driving is allowed. No fighting allowed, regardless of fault or incident all parties, will be asked to leave AREA 252 for 48 hour cooling off period. All vehicles must operate in a manner to avoid incidents and/or accidents while in Area 252.

Camp fires allowed in designated areas only. No large fires – only downed wood/dead wood may be used for small camp fires. Leave no fires burning or smoldering. Fully extinguished campfires prior to leaving camping areas. Shelter and picnic tables will be available first come first serve. Riding through campground area permissible by executing a Lodging Agreement. No glass bottles or containers allowed. All vehicles must have front and rear lights while driving at night. The removal of any plants, rocks, trees, wildlife or otherwise is prohibited. Absolutely no littering. Pack it in – Pack it out. Do not damage any crops in AREA 252. Do not disturb wildlife.

"Ride at Your Own Risk - Know Your Limits"

“Ride at Your Own Risk – Know Your Limits”

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