15 bucks little man put that **** in my hand.
there are a couple places i pay for some i dont. but normally if i pay i camp there too.
Do you mean obstacle courses, or are the rangers prepared in case the trail induces labor? ;-)...upkeep of the rangers, trails, obstetrical courses...
Paragon is closed but Rausch Creek ORV park is close by there. Pay-To-Play. Little pricey but an awesome, well put together park in my opinion. Even has a rock crawling course. This months Petersen's 4Wheel & Offroad magazine listed Rausch Creek ORV in their Bucket list of must wheel trails in the U.S.There used to be a place in northeast Pennsylvania that'd I'd paid for - Paragon Adventure Park. Generally, with decent amenities, I won't object to a reasonable fee. Maps, trail ratings and descriptions, specialized technical play areas, plenty of parking, rest rooms, food/cooking area, etc.
It was a good place for people from a variety of locations and different interests to meet and was nice for all day outings. It seemed like money well spent.
those of us out west are blessed with lots of state/federal land... as you go east the population density increases and it's harder to find.Find some maps of federal & state forest land around you. Head out there...I gaurantee you'll find roads of all kinds to wheel on---if you have fed/state forest land by you.
In some ways that is true but mostly in the south we lost the ability to use state or federal land do you environmentalist.those of us out west are blessed with lots of state/federal land... as you go east the population density increases and it's harder to find.