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    New question here. Does Buck Wallow have facilities ?

    Does Buck Wallow have facilities like Hardwood hills? I am refering to cafeteria, and mechanic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard
    Does Buck Wallow have facilities like Hardwood hills? I am refering to cafeteria, and mechanic.
    No cafeteria and no mechanic. It's a small operation run by one guy. They do have a nice change room / outhouse though. :-)

    They do have excellent, well maintained, trails and camping is available literally next door at the KOA camp grounds.

    Karl

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwarwick
    No cafeteria and no mechanic. It's a small operation run by one guy. They do have a nice change room / outhouse though. :-)

    They do have excellent, well maintained, trails and camping is available literally next door at the KOA camp grounds.

    Karl
    thanks for the info Kwarwick. I heard alot of good reviews of that place. I want to ride it just once.

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    Yeah, squat for facilities but great riding. And Mike, the owner, is a great guy. To top it all off guess what I paid for my season pass....$35. You can't beat that. Mike's parents own the KOA campground so he doesn't have to worry about campers giving him a hard time if he expands. One more thing, I was up on Sunday morning and saw that he just built another trail...a pretty nice one.

    Try Bucky out, it's a completely different ride than Hardwood...I have the scars to prove it.

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    very technical. try a single speed there, it's a blast....up down up down
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwarwick
    No cafeteria and no mechanic. It's a small operation run by one guy. They do have a nice change room / outhouse though. :-)

    They do have excellent, well maintained, trails and camping is available literally next door at the KOA camp grounds.

    Karl
    There are vending machines in the parking lot. I believe they sell Powerade and coke products but I'm not 100% sure.
    Some people like to ride, bring a picnic lunch and then swim.

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