Lady Stompers Rollin' In Croom
Time & Location
About the Event
** PLEASE READ FIRST **
* Dates, times and venue subject to change.
* This is NOT a JEEP only Event.
* In Consideration of being permitted to officiate, observe, work for, or for any purpose participate in any way in this Event, for himself, his personal representatives heirs, and next of kin, acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE Florida Trail Stompers, the promoter, participants, promotional partners, advertisers, beneficiaries, owners, and lessees of the premises used to conduct this Event, and their volunteers, FTS Trail Team Members, herein referred to as “releases”, from all liability to the undersigned, his personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin for any and all loss or damage, and any claim or demands therefore on account of injury to the person or property or resulting in death of the undersigned, whether caused by the negligence of the releases or otherwise while the undersigned is officiating in observing, working for, or for any purpose participating in the Event.
WHAT: LADIES! Come out and join your fellow Lady Stompers as they will be riding through Croom WMA.
WHERE: Croom WMA
WHEN: May 29, 2021 @ 10:00am - 4:00pm
SCHEDULE: We will be meeting at Withlacoochee State Trail parking lot in Brooksville. It is located off of Croom Rital Road (CR 39).
If driving on S.R. 50 (Cortez Blvd) you will want to turn left onto Croom Rital Road (C.R. 39) and drive down less than a quarter of a mile and turn right into the huge parking area. All of those jeeps, trucks and SUVs are waiting for you. The coordinates are: 28.527193, -82.218973
We will meet at 10am and depart at 10:15am sharp!
Be sure to be fueled up and have your snacks and drinks and have your rig ready for trailing. That would including airing down and disconnecting your sway bar if you choose to.
EVENT INFORMATION: Jan Campbell Berelsman and Cyndi Miller Hoxie will be your hosts during this Event.
The Croom Tract is part of the Withlacoochee State Forest. There is also a 20,000 acre Croom Wildlife Management Area. Ruins in the area include 1900 Thomas House, old foundations, a brick vat, the remains of an iron railroad bridge, family cemeteries and pits from phosphate mining. The area once included a turpentine still, sawmill, sugar mill, railroad switch out, railroad bridge and ferry. The area is now popular for turkey hunting and single track mountain biking. Another settlement in the area was known as Oriole and an abandoned Oriole cemetery remains in existence.
PLEASE BE SURE TO TREAD LIGHTLY AND TAKE YOUR TRASH OUT. DON'T LITTER.