Every time I visit this park to camp, I have not had a very good experience. I do not like the fact that when I am trying to enjoy a peaceful weekend with family, the fourwheelers, and dirtbikes are reving up there engines late at night, and early in the morning in front of my camp site. I also do not like the fact that everytime I am there, I end up getting harrassed for no apparent reason by the park rangers. My tax dollars pay for the park, and they also charge you a fee to stay there. I have never been in trouble with the law in my entire life, but whenever I go camping at that particular place, I end up getting harrassed for no reason. I am never going back to this place again.
This is by far the best place to ride. My husband and I have gone to riding parks in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Missouri and Iowa, this one beat them all by a long shot. The best thing about it is, it is close to home (Illinois).
The parks that we have already paid for should be free, with all the funds that have already been paid why should it cost EVERYONE again?
This is just a blatant extra tax, that we the people should not tolerate.
In my opinion.
Finger lakes had one of the best arreas o ride its got challengin hils and cool trails.It is also cool to race at finger lake.The track is sometimes ruff though. If you need to find a col riding place finger lakes is the one to be.I have a Suzuki LT-R450 and can get through most hills and trails.
This is one of the best places to go for dirt bike and 4-wheeler fans. They have a nice track that is preety well up kept and a large variaty of trails to ride with everything for streams fields and hills.
We come down from Minnesota twice a year. Nice people, nice palce. Easy to make arrangments. A few two many rules but its alot of fun for everyone. We have 10 guys ages 14 to 45 and 2 gales ages 21 and 36 on this and everyone has fun.
These guys require a two day stay on weekends even if it is not a holiday. Amazing how discriminating this is.
My wife only gets one day off and cannot stay for two nights, but we are expected to pay for two nights. Weekday stays can be for one night. So, they are preventing us from staying at a state park on the weekend without paying for time we cannot stay to enjoy. Hope my Congressman and Senator agree with me that this policy is not fair and should be changed. We pay for these parks and should not be excluded from using them!
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