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Rally at the Rock Info

The Razorback Riders will be holding our sixth annual "Rally at the Rock" Dual Sport event on Oct 1-3, 2021.

The pre-entry fee is $50 ($60 at the gate), and will include the meat and potatoes of the rally:
-Dry camping in a non-electric/water spot
-At least one meal
-AMA membership is NOT required

COVID Information:
3 changes for 2020. May not apply to 2021, please check back here:
1. If you feel sick you can get a full refund of your pre-registration fee. Normally we say non-refundable because we buy food based on that # but this year is different and we don't want anyone feeling even a little sick and feeling like they want to come and get their $'s worth. Or you can get an ass kicking if you show up sick. Wait... we have to social distance so maybe more like a stoning. We have a lot of rocks, so yeah.. we'll go with stoning.
2. We are not going to do the cook out style meal that we usually do. We'll probably have some kind of packaged meal Saturday. That is TBD. We don't want everyone using the same tongs and reaching in and grabbing buns. We normally serve buffet style and that won't fly this year.
3. We have to get signed off by the health department to get our permit from the forest service so we'll have to post up some signage that tells you things you already know, check temps of the "workers" and maybe limit the # of people in the clubhouse, we'll have some hand sanitizer and soap to wash those hands... We'll have a fire pit going outside and be mostly outside anyway.

Electric/Water camping site is an extra $25 PER night. We can accommodate large RV's and 5th wheel rigs.

T-shirts are $15 per and will be available at the event.

Our camp facility is very nice. 54 graveled RV spots with water and electric, and a dump station. We have a nice club house and Mill Creek runs right through camp. We will have all levels of riding, from pavement to tighter "hero section" trails, and everything in between. Porta-potties will be there, and we have a shower house setup. There is also a playground for kids right next to the club house. The camp is just South of Combs, Ark, just off Hwy 16.

Our secure PayPal pre-registration website is available. Click the link to pre-register and reserve your event T-shirt if you want one.

This is the hotel information for Fayetteville, AR area.

Personally, my first choice would be the Mulberry Mountain Lodge. I understand it's a really nice place to stay. I believe you could ride right out of there.

The closest hotels are in Fayetteville, about 30 miles NW of the riding area. There are several hotels in the area of I-49 and Hwy 62/Hwy 16. I called to get a better rate, but most wanted a promise of a minimum number of folks making reservations to get a group rate. So I dropped that, and am just listing these two for reference purposes. I've never stayed at any of the 6 or so hotels around that intersection, but they are all name brand and seem okay from driving by.

Best Western about $80 per night range
1122 S Futrall Drive
Fayetteville, Arkansas
72701-6291
Phone: 479-587-1400

Super 8 about $60 per night range
1075 S Shiloh Dr
Intersection of I540,Hwys 71 & 62
Fayetteville, AR 72701-3762 US
Phone: 479-521-8866

White Rock Mt riding area directions

Here are the GPS coordinates for the Razorback Riders campground: N35 47.725 W93 50.461

From the North/West:
Take exit number 62 East from I-49 in Fayetteville, AR. It will be called Hwy 62, but is also Hwy 16. Follow the signs for 16, it will zig and zag a bit through town. It will go south on Razorback Rd, and then east again on McNair. Follow 16 about 30 miles from I-49, to Combs. Just after leaving Combs, you'll take the next road to the south (right). It will turn into gravel. Follow it about 2 miles until you see a large open area down the hill on your left with a green roofed club house, gravel RV strips, etc. That's the camp. Enter the gate and down the concrete drive into camp.

From the South/East:
From I-40, take exit 35 onto Hwy 23 North. This is also called the Pig Trail and is very scenic, but also very twisty and hilly. So take your time, especially north of Cass. Take 23 to Hwy 16, where you'll go West, or left. Go about 2.3 miles until you cross a small bridge over Mill Creek. Turn left (south) right after the bridge (if you reach the town of Combs, you've gone about 1/4 mile too far). The road will turn into gravel. Follow it a total of about 2 miles until you see a large open area down the hill on your left with a green roofed club house, gravel RV strips, etc. That's the camp. Enter the gate and down the concrete drive into camp.

For any questions, please email us at Site Admin. We will also post more details here as they become available.

We sure hope to see you at our event!