Get Prepared For Kam’s Ride!

As with all of our big events, more people in the park means we have to be prepared and ready for our load-in/check-in process and aware of some unique regulations for the weekend.

Here’s What You Need To Know…


IF YOU PURCHASED TICKETS ONLINE HAVE YOUR TICKET READY TO DISPLAY FOR SCANNING! We highly suggest taking a screen-shot of your tickets prior to your arrival as cellular service may have limited reception on the day of the event.
BEFORE you arrive at Kam’s Ride, make sure to visit and sign our SmartWaiver. This will greatly reduce your wait time when you arrive at the park.
ID checks (for under 19 without a parent) will be happening on the highway BEFORE you turn into the park. No admittance onto the property will be allowed if you’re underage without a parent.
Temporary parking, while you register, is available and you will be directed where to park – limited to 20-minute parking only.
Consider arriving on Friday for Kam’s Ride. Friday is regular pricing and you will have easier entry, the first pick of primitive camping, and more riding!
For Annual Pass Holders, there WILL be a $15 admission price for Kam’s Ride Saturday. Please be aware of this before traveling to the park this weekend.
No sales of new Annual Passes / Memberships will be available during the Kam’s Ride weekend.
If you’re camping up in the full-hookups campground or park trailers, make sure to limit your campsite parking to a maximum of two on-highway vehicles. Do not block other campsites or parking spaces belonging to neighboring campsites.


Primitive camping is first-come-first-served. We should have plenty of space for ALL campers at Kam’s Ride, but the best spots will be taken Thursday or Friday morning from the primitive camping zones.
You’ll receive your primitive camping map and will have your choice of camping zones around the park. You find your zone and pick your spot.
There will be parking attendants patrolling the zones to help you find a good spot and to monitor the space used by each camper, and keep access roads clear through each campground.
Be conscious of how much space you take up with your primitive camping setup. If you only have 2 vehicles camping together don’t take up the space of 10 vehicles when setting up your site.


UNLIMITED TIRE SIZE! For Kam’s Ride, we’ll be lifting the tire regulations. So if you’ve got some big tires and have been wanting to visit the park, this is the perfect opportunity to do so!
NO REFUNDS will be given after you’ve purchased your admission due to weather or other unforeseeable events.
Shower facilities will be available both at the Welcome Center and in the full-hookups campground, along with additional bathroom facilities around the park.
Please be aware of increased traffic on the trails for this event weekend. DO NOT BLOCK THE TRAILS when stopping hang out while riding. Find a suitable open area to park that does not impede the flow of traffic through the trails.
Stop and check out the latest Yamaha machines from the Yamaha Demo Trailer and get the coolest parts and swag from our vendors! Visit Jay’s Sports Grill for the best BBQ, Burgers, and food around. Specialty food vendors will also be on site if you’re looking for something different to try. The Top Trails vendor village has it all!
As we get ready to kick off Kam’s Ride, we’d like to stress a few SAFETY guidelines to remember while we’re all riding and having a good time this weekend.
* Helmets on 4 wheelers and motorcycles WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
* Wear your harnesses/safety belts in SXS/UTVs EVERY time you ride.
* Speed Limit is 15 MPH on all paved roads – this will be STRICTLY enforced during Kam’s Ride. Violators will be ejected from the park immediately. Excessive speed will not be tolerated during Kam’s Ride weekend.
* Pay attention to all Stop Signs on the roadways – they’re there for a reason. Make sure that no one is coming the other way.
* Keep your speeds to a minimum through the primitive camping areas.
* Donuts, burnouts, slinging rocks will not be tolerated in and around areas where people are crowded in.
Please be respectful of everyone and their equipment. This includes parking lots, primitive camping areas, concert and vendor areas, and near the Welcome Center. Spin your tires on the trails, not in public places.
We thank everyone for taking an extra moment to get up to speed on these safety regulations as well as our load-in and other regulations prior to our big weekend. We look forward to seeing everyone out at the park, enjoying some awesome MUD, MUSIC, and MACHINES! Everyone have a great weekend and stay safe!