Fri, Dec 03 | Peters Mill Run

Stompin' In Virginia

Join your fellow Stompers as we travel to Peter's Mill Run, George Washington National Park and Potts Mountain in Virginia!
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Stompin' In Virginia

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2021, 9:00 AM – Dec 05, 2021, 1:00 PM
Peters Mill Run, Peters Mill Run, Virginia, USA

About the Event

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* Dates, times and venue subject to change.

THIS IS NOT A JEEP ONLY EVENT.

Join your fellow Stompers as we travel to Peter's Mill Run, George Washington National Park and Potts Mountain in Virginia!

Peter's Mill Run OHV Trail is a 7.9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Woodstock, Virginia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for ohv/off road driving and is best used from March until January. Known as the largest OHV complex in the state of Virginia, Peters Mill Run and Taskers Gap is an adventure you will never forget. With the wind in your face, zip along this rugged trail system with exciting twists and turns that will keep you hanging on for more. This is an excursion that is sure to leave you reenergized and coming back for more!

The Peters Mill Run Trails are open from sunrise to sunset and offers an official Jeep "Badge of Honor."

The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests stretch along the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Virginia and even cross into parts of West Virginia and Kentucky.

Potts Mountain Jeep Trail (Forest Service Road 5036) offers a challenging four-wheel-drive experience with steep, rutted and rocky conditions along a narrow road. This trail is not recommended for standard 4x4 vehicles and requires high clearance suspension and all terrain tires. Winching capabilities are recommended. Drivers must be able to traverse large, jagged rocks on steep slopes. If you want an even more challenging adventure, black arrows mark the more challenging obstacle routes.

The actual Event dates are December 3rd and 5th. December 2nd and 6th are considered "travel days."

More details will unfold as plans are made.

STOMP ON!!!

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