The 2011 Florida Land Rover Club Fall Rally will be held in the Citrus tract of the Withlacoochee State Forest. We will make camp and stage out of the Holder Mine Campground. All sites are full elec / water hookup at a cost of $20 per night.
The trails are in good condition as far as articulation and moderate challenge. Collectively, some of us have scouted Osceola, Richloam, Ocala and Citrus. There is hardly any water anywhere this year. For the folks who have not been here before or who are new, Citrus is a great area to ride. The trails can range from light and easy with no chance for pinstripes to off camber hill climbs with deep ruts and steep 35* side leaning washouts. If you don't want to break your HSE then there are plenty of trails for you. If you want to climb, wade or cross axle your trail rig and pop out your springs then we have some fun for you too.
The Holder Mine Campground has plenty of space for us and all sites are electric and water hookup. The restrooms and showers are in good shape and best of all there are no paved roads to travel to get to the trails. All trails are accessed via fire road from Holder Mine Camp.
We will have some in camp fun for the families. Movie nights on Friday and Saturday night for all ages. If you have some good DVD's of trips, adventures or Camel Trophy events let me know. I have a copy of the Excel Trophy from '99 in Ocala I'll bring. I also have a copy of In Search Of the Experience to show and hopefully some copies to give away. The B-B-Q dinner will be available at $10 per person on Saturday night. There will also be a theft-free swap meet on Saturday mostly for Series trucks and RRC / D1 parts.
A big thanks to some of our sponsors for supporting us and for donating prizes for our raffle drawing like Rovers North, Atlantic British, RovahFarm, PT Schram, Garrett http://www.overlandexperts.com/ for offering big discounts to OEX training events and guided trips, Great Basin Rovers, SuperWinch and more.
I'm looking forward to seeing everyone there and not giving a crap about the normal world outside the Withlacoochee State Forest for a week.