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