WHERE TO RIDE AND RACE YOUR UTV: RALLY AT THE ROCK 2020

ROCK RUN RECREATION RATR FALL JAMBOREE SEPTEMBER 25-27

Rock Run Recreation is a premiere Pennsylvania OHV destination near Patton, and it welcomes families from all over the USA to check out its trails throughout northern Cambria and southern Clearfield Counties, with awesome views from atop the Allegheny Mountains. The recreation park started out with 50 miles of trails for ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes, and it grew to 140 miles of trails with some help from the Yamaha Trails Initiative Program. Rock Run holds two major jamborees a year in August and September.

Every year, Rock Run’s Rally At The Rock is held the last full weekend in September, so come check out the trails, park and activities.

Rally at the Rock is Rock Run Recreation’s end of the year event. It is their way to say goodbye to another riding season and to thank season pass holders and other supporters for contributing to Rock Run’s continued success. Rally at the Rock offers riding, guided tours of the park, food, vendors and other entertainment. It’s a great weekend to spend in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania with your riding family. Rally at the Rock is always held the last weekend of September.

It’s called Rock Run Recreation for a reason, so arm your UTV with 8-ply tires and/or be careful with your sidewalls. Trails are hilly and challenging.

Rally at the Rock jamboree attendees ride 140 miles of trails and look for product swag along the way for up to 11 hours each day. When the riding is done check out the vendor area with Basket Auction and 50/50 raffle ticket sales for Saturday night. Friday includes a guided group night ride, and Saturday features a Poker Run, music by DJs,  and the Auction/raffle and Trail Objects winners. Sunday has eight hours of trail time before the gates close.

Guided tours of the park are RATR fare, and look for Trail Objects along the way for prizes.

Rock Run Recreation season family passes are $290-$305, and yearly passes for UTVs, ATVs and dirt bikes are $135. The three-day Rally at the Rock pass is $52 for drivers and $32 for passengers. Two-day passes are $36 and $26. Rock Run has 350 primitive campsites with up to six people per site costing $15 per night. There are RV campsites with 30 and 50-amp hookups for $35 per night. Check the website below for rules and hours of operation.

Full-Trail-Map

Contact:

Rock Run Recreation

1228 St. Lawrence Rd.

Patton, PA 16668

(814) 674-6026

www.rockrunrecreation.com

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