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Mine Made Paradise Adventure Park ATV Ride Photo Gallery
Our little party was a great example of how enthusiasts come to enjoy the exciting terrain, spending money with local businesses the entire time.
MotorcycleUSA heads to Knott County, Kentucky, to get a preview of the brand new Mine Made Paradise Adventure Park.
Everyone seems to win with the land agreements in the tri-state region. Does this look like a ravaged mining operation?
Equestrian activities and Kentucky go hand-in-hand, and the four-legged beasts are just as welcome as the four-wheeled. This Mule, however, feeds on gasoline.
Kawasaki brought a fleet of ATVs and UTVs to explore the Mine-Made Paradise Adventure Park in Kentucky.
We found plenty of water crossings to splash through.
Even the difficult trails weren't very technical. We're sure the network will expand and look forward to more advanced routes.
Because we were on four-wheels, we never got a chance to sample the single track, but the multi-use routes were entertaining.
Our Kawasaki utility vehicles were excellent for sampling the park, and we’re glad we did.
Unlike some of the Eastern trail systems we’ve experienced, all the trails are open for two-way traffic, which we prefer.
Trail markings were still being installed, but are displayed with a standard black, blue and green color system to designate levels of difficulty.
We visited Mine-Made Paradise with our friends at Kawasaki and headed straight for the trails on a mixture of Brute Force ATVs, and Mule and Teryx side-by-sides.
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