I am putting this post up here to give some credit to Paul over at highland park. This operation is FIRST RATE. We spent Friday - Sunday there and had a blast. This is probably the best public riding i have seen on the east coast. The cabins are clean. He has a huge supply of KTM parts and bikes on site and his pricing is equivalent to what you'd get online. The staff knows their stuff and they are manufacturing and testing their own suspension parts. If i'm not mistaken i think he said he had Mike Brown's suspension in the shop if that tells you anything. Further, i will mention that the feel of the place is very cool. There are miles of true singletrack. You can tell that they genuinely love the land and take care of it. The track is very forgiving (i'm not a track rider) and the trails flow very well and are clearly the product of some thought, not just a guy on a machine bumping through the woods. It's a little bit of a drive to North Georgia for some but the guy has had a few challenges getting going so it's worth it to go out and support them for helping keep the love for moto alive. They even took us out to dinner one night and showed us around. If you get really lucky, you might be offered to accompany a top-secret late night mission on the track. These guys go far above and beyond the call of duty for you. And best of all, I only saw 3 quads all weekend! The websites: http://www.highlandparkresort.com/ http://www.ktmworld.com/ktm_parts.asp I will upload a helmet cam video of some of the trails if there is any interest. Thanks!