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Ugh!!! I am even more upset I didn't go now! I have to stop watching that video.
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looks like fun, agreed on the throttle control. Going a bit too fast on some of those obstacles.
 
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It was great meeting everyone and the place has a lot to offer for all skill levels. I was actually hoping a Sport owner would have accepted their offer. Micah was hoping someone with one would come. It was their goal to feature the Bronco and Sport in promotional footage.

I hope to go in January again. But I'm in allocation purgatory so I would be a passenger again. We had people travel over 6 hours to attend(Ft. Myers).

One other thing that I learned and that is the plastic skid plate is made of cellophane. 2 different Broncos both had their skid plate cracked. I was one in last year's B/P that was fine with the stock bumper just to get the native fog lights/harness/switch. I figured I would upgraded the bumper at another time and didn't really care for the modular bumper losing the fog lights. But seeing how thin the plastic skid plate was, I've since optioned the modular bumper with steel bash plate.
 
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Great video!! Wish I still lived in the south (FL & GA). Brings back mems. Nothing like offroading down south (or anywhere really) during Fall season!! :)
 

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I watched this video shortly after it was released. So awesome! I live in Winter Springs, FL (Orlando area) and can't wait for mine to come in and try out that park. I am new to offroading and thought Ocala was the closest. I'm glad to see there are more options that are closer for me to go to with the family. I envision our family adventures to look a lot like the Pickens family. Thanks for posting!
 
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I watched this video shortly after it was released. So awesome! I live in Winter Springs, FL (Orlando area) and can't wait for mine to come in and try out that park. I am new to offroading and thought Ocala was the closest. I'm glad to see there are more options that are closer for me to go to with the family. I envision our family adventures to look a lot like the Pickens family. Thanks for posting!
We will have to meet up! It will be so cool when we have the trails full of Broncos!
 

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I just feel bad for people in Florida. All flatlands, no real wheeling unless you stack up some concrete. Mud holes must get boring.
Near me are Elbe Hills, Evans Creek, Tahuya, Reiters Pit, and Walker Valley ORV Parks. Proper wood and hills and rocks to play around in.
 

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I just feel bad for people in Florida. All flatlands, no real wheeling unless you stack up some concrete. Mud holes must get boring.
Near me are Elbe Hills, Evans Creek, Tahuya, Reiters Pit, and Walker Valley ORV Parks. Proper wood and hills and rocks to play around in.
Good thing it's comfortable to ride in long distance road trips, from what I'm told.
 
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Hey Guys, Miles here, the guy with the family in the Cactus Black Diamond.
We had such a great time, enjoyed watching the video from Pickens and Ol’ FL.
Can’t wait for the next one!

and again, the staff at Ol’ Florida was just incredible.
 

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Is this on the other side of Lake Dora? I've lived in that area for about year and visit frequently, but I have never heard of this place.
 

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Is this on the other side of Lake Dora? I've lived in that area for about year and visit frequently, but I have never heard of this place.
@66bronco Micah can answer specifically. But I was coming in from the north through the Ocala National Forest and the directions took me along a lake shore. The one trail you could peak through the vegetation and see an expanse of water. I'm not sure if that is Lake Dora. I think there will be some that will test the water fording capabilities on the Jungle Cruise trail in January.
 
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