Area and Park facilities
Currently we do not have a cap on the amount of vehicles we will allow in the park, though this can change, so it is highly recommended you pre-register. Pre-registering will also save you $10 per driver or passenger. Un-registered walk-ins cannot be guaranteed meals or other event items such as stickers or event T-shirts, as these items have to be pre-ordered in advance.
For more information on registration please go to the registration page.
Yes, alcohol is allowed. However, no glass is permitted into the park.
With the exception of tow vehicles, attending sponsors and vendors, only Toyota's will be allowed.
Absolutely! BMRA offers plenty of trails for beginners. Lone Star Toyota Jamboree will also be hosting, Introduction the Barnwell Mountain and Safe Wheeling with Beginner Guided Runs on Friday 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 12:00PM and 2:00PM. These will be informal, introductory courses for anyone wishing to learn trail basics including trail etiquette, obstacle clearing techniques, vehicle recovery, high lift operation and familiarization with Barnwell Mountain trails.
I have a 4x2 off-road capable vehicle, can I attend?
Unfortunately, the trails are very 4x2 un-friendly and they are not recommended on the trails at BMRA. Also, out of fairness to others and to keep the guided runs running smoothly, they will be prohibited from any guided runs.
Why do trails close at 10pm?
Due to complaints of loud disrespectful off-roaders late into the night, by park neighbors who threaten the future of the park a 10PM curfew on trail riding was put in place. There are no exceptions, no one is to be on the trails after 10PM. If anyone is indeed found breaking this rule, will be deemed putting the park in jeopardy and asked to leave.
Yes. It is recommended they be kept on leashes at all times. Dogs that are not dog-friendly or kid-friendly should be kept at home.
The event is RAIN OR SHINE and cancelations before March. 31st are subject to a 20% fee and there are no cancelations or refunds after March. 31st. If you need to cancel, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Yes, there is no extra cost to use the onsite camping areas.
Yes, please check our lodging page for more information.
BMRA does have limited R/V hookups and electricity that will be provided at no extra cost at the event. These are first come, first serve.
If no fire bans are in effect, use of camp fires and fire pits is permitted. We ask you to be vigilant and don't leave fires unattended.
Can you reserve campsites?
Camp areas are first come first serve. Camping access to the TTR (Event Host) campsite is limited to only TTR members. In addition, certain areas of campsites might be reserved for the use of hospitality tents for use for whole camp.