Willow Hill Camp and Trail

I went to Willow Hill for the 1st time yesterday and wanted to let everyone know that its a nice place to ride. This is the location of the OxBo harescramble, so there is a mix of terrain. They have an easy loop that young kids can ride, a portion of an endurocross track and some woods sections. Definitly a place to practice speed and flat corners.

Where is Willow Hill, I have heard of it but I don't know where it is. Can you ride there when there is no race? Is it public land?

Private, pay to ride area. Check out the "where to ride" section here on TT for more info.

yeah i raced there a few weeks back. it was a great time, just got blown away in the fields due to me not being very good at the flat turns

We are open for the holiday weekend this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10:00 - 6:00. Should be a great weekend with camping for $20 per night. If you have friends who are interested in learning to ride we just received 6 brand new CRF Hondas ranging from 100ccs - 230ccs. The bikes are included in our 5 hour beginner lesson for $100. The next lesson is July 18th for bikes and the 11th for ATVs.

I rode there last weekend with my sons and the people were great and we had a great time. Cant wait to go back. Guy

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