Several guys from our club spent a couple of days wheelin' and campin' at the Kentucky Outback Adventure Park (www.kyorvpark.com) this last weekend. This is the second time we have been there. The owners of the place are very nice and accomodating, and will usually give a large group a discount (I won't tell you how much we paid per vehicle, but for 2 days of wheelin' and 2 nights camping it was less than what we pay for just the camping at the state parks we usually stay out..........). The weather was warm and it was very dry this weekend which is quite a difference from last fall when it was very, very wet. Obviously the trails are not nearly as difficult, but we could actually see more of them. There are lot's of very steep and long trails up the sides of the valley which were impassable when wet. For example, last fall there is one trail we tried that nobody could get more than about 2 truck lengths up a hill that must have been at least 1/4 mile long.......even a big block powered truck with dual lockers and 38" Swampers. This time when bone dry it is still steep enough in places for vehicles with dual lockers and 33's to have to back up and hit it harder. Okay, on to the pictures: This what they call the "Mud Slalom". It starts out following a semi-technical rocky creek bottom, and then makes a 90 degree turn up a hill covered in loose dirt and rocks, and than a rutted out section with a rock ledge that also makes you "slalom" between a couple of trees. Though not very muddy on this day, all of the vehicles required several tries to get all the way through (smallest vehicle was a Willy's with a V-6, 33's, and dual lockers). The yellow early Bronco took a little too high of a line and tipped over really slowly. No major damage occurred. It has a strong 351, dual lockers, 5.13 gears, 36" Irok's on beadlocks.