Here at Burning Rock Off-Road Park we offer limitless opportunity for an off-road adventure for everyone. With over 10,000 acres of forestland in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia we have 120+ miles of trails designed for all types of riders and all types of rides. Our Rzr rentals are part of the Polaris Adventures program which means every spring we get the best and newest machines on the market.
RZR RENTAL STEP ONE – PLAN AHEAD
So, let’s say you made up your mind…did your research…picked your date…booked your ride. (Click here to proceed with step one) Now what? Well, what to pack? Helmet and goggles are provided. Riders should always wear (or at least bring) long pants, long-sleeved shirts and closed-toe shoes. Backpacks can be helpful to stow loose items, bring a water bottle, snack and your camera. Epi-Pen! Yes, there are bees. Or, stock up in our General Store during Check-In. Storage space is available but limited. A small cooler for drinks and snacks is recommended. Check the forecast…rain gear might not be a bad idea either. We ride rain or shine so sorry, no rainchecks. Trust me, mud is fun!
RZR RENTAL STEP TWO – JUST SHOW UP (EARLY)
And the day is here, time to ride. Now here’s the important part to get our day off to a smooth start and make sure you get out of the parking lot and onto the trails. Step one, SHOW UP EARLY! At least 30 minutes, 45 for larger groups. You need to check in, pick a helmet, gather supplies, review basic operations, plot your course. Oh, and the check in (the dreaded paperwork or ipad equivalent) You will need to bring a credit card to preauthorize for the deductible in case of damages. If you are driving bring your license. If you are the primary renter bring your license. If you bring kids, know their date of birth.
RZR RENTAL STEP THREE – WOOOHOOO!
Ok, now the fun part. Time to ride. What were your expectations? Wide open spaces, rocks, ruts, mud, scenic vistas, hills, valleys, tunnels of rhododendron, 600’ elevation changes, wildlife galore? Well you are in luck. We have it all! And that’s just the beginning. You can use our gps to find exactly what you want, or you can bring along a guide to show you some of the play areas or hidden gems. You may even get a bit of a history lesson about some of the coal mining town remnants that are still along the trails. Don’t miss the old powder house, the miner’s bath house, the Tams #2 mine or the overlook of Slab Fork. Remember, you have allllll day. Hungry? Thirsty? Hot? Cold? Dusty? Muddy? We can fix it. Come back to trailhead. Most trails will bring you back here anyway (eventually). Take lots of pictures. You will have cell service in many areas but might have to wait until you get back to civilization to actually show everyone the fun you are having.