Tar Hollow Krawl for The Kids 4WD Expedition
Krawl For The Kids
Come enjoy the spectacular fall foliage in the Catskills and support a great charity.
The three day family friendly Off Road event will be held September 26-28 on beautiful private property in Hancock, N.Y. There are trails cut for stock up to well modified vehicles, and both guided and open trail rides are available. This is our third year of supporting juvenile charities and a portion of the proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Make A Wish, NJ. All brands of 4WD vehicles are welcome and a strict limit of 125 vehicles will require prompt registration to reserve your spot.
Be sure to order a Krawl For The Kids event t-shirt! A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Make A Wish Foundation!
What You Can Expect
- A family-friendly atmosphere thats fun for the whole family!
- Over 20 miles of easy and technical trails!
- Beautiful scenery!
- A great time with friends, family, and other enthusiast!
- Meet new off-road enthusiast like yourself!
- A wide variety of vehicle makes!
The event is limited to the first 125 vehicles to register! Camping is primitive and you must take out what you bring in. Portable toilets will be available. Open only to licensed and insured street legal 4WD vehicles. Vehicles must have front and rear recovery points. Stock vehicles are permitted, but be aware that it may be difficult to get through some trails. Bring your own recovery kit, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, tools, spare parts, etc. This is not a guided trail ride. If you break you will need to have parts, tools and/or a way out. If you need to get towed there may be a charge—so come prepared! There must be at least 2 vehicles in a group. There will be multiple people on the same trail so must be courteous and pull over and let others pass if you are traveling slower than them. No alcohol permitted.
Please remember that this event will be held on PRIVATE PROPERTY. Under no circumstance is anyone to trespass on this property after this event. Art's Food Shack will be open Friday and Saturday so you may purchase food during the day.
Participants are welcome to arrive and start setting up camp as early as 3:00PM on Friday. There will be a nighttime trail ride starting at 8:00PM and will last approximately 2 hours. This trail ride will be fairly easy, but may be more difficult for a vehicle that is not equipped with good lighting.
- 3:00PM -- Gates Open
- 3:00PM to 7:00PM -- Setup Camp
- 8:00PM to 10:00PM -- Night Trail Ride (Approx. 2 Hours). Please note that Friday night is the ONLY night that trail riding will be permitted after 5PM!
Saturday’s trail ride will consist of approximately 20 miles of marked trails. There will be difficult obstacles for vehicles that are heavily modified and there will also be “go around” trails for stock or lightly modified vehicles. All vehicles must exit the trails by 5:00PM. Absolutely no one is permitted on the trails after 5PM!
- 8:00AM -- Drivers Meeting. All drivers must attend this meeting!
- 8:00AM to 10:30AM -- Expedition Begins (Approx. 20 Miles)
- 5:00PM -- Everyone Must Be Off Trails. Trails Will Be Swept.
- 5:00PM to 7:00PM -- “Garbage Can” Chicken Dinner. Free To All Participants.
- 7:00PM to ? -- Bon Fire, Raffle Prizes, Live Music, and “Show-Off” Obstacles
Sunday's trail ride will consist of approximately 20 miles of marked trails. There will be difficult obstacles for vehicles that are heavily modified and there will also be “go around” trails for stock or lightly modified vehicles. All vehicles must exit the trails by 4:00PM.
- 8:00AM to 10:30AM -- Expedition Begins (Approx. 20 Miles)
- 4:00PM -- Everyone Must Be Off Trails and Clean Up Campsite
We have rules in place so this event is safe. This event also takes place on PRIVATE PROPERTY and the land owner has been generous by allowing this event to happen for the last several years. If anyone is found breaking the rules -- they will be immediately removed from the property by us and/or local law enforcement and a refund will NOT be issued. While we're thankful this event has grown to as big as it is, we must be more strict on these rules.
- No alcohol or drugs are allowed.
- No one is allowed on the trails before 8AM or after 5PM (except for Friday's night ride).
- No hooning (i.e. doing donuts at the campsite, no racing).
- No littering.
- No going off the trails. While you're encouraged to explore, we can't put enough emphasis on staying a few feet from the trail. Parts of the trails are extremely close to neighboring properties.
Absolutely no refunds after September 19. Everything goes to the land owner on September 18th so we are unable to give refunds after this date. If you're unable to attend we will be able to work with you to sell your spot if there are people on a reserve list.
If you don't wish to camp, we recommend the Hancock House Hotel, which is conveniently located close to the event. For more lodging Information, please check out: http://www.hancockareachamber.com/guide.html#lodging
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Steve | 2012-03-29 12:08:01
You'll see me in May!I had such a great time at your fall trail ride last year, I just signed up for this year's spring expedition. Hancock, NY is an awesome area and the OK staff are some great people to hang out with!
Alex | 2012-03-29 12:05:03
You guys rock!Thank you so much for putting on this event. It is more fun and a better deal than a typical Jeep Jamboree weekend. You guys rock!
Rico | 2012-03-29 12:03:35
Had an awesome time!!!I went to the spring expedition last year. What an awesome property! The atmosphere was laid back and all the people were very friendly. I will definitely be back for AT LEAST one expedition this year!
Chris | 2012-02-27 15:39:54
Had a blast!I had a blast here last year in the fall. The trails were great, the people were super nice and this was closer and less expensive than the nearest Jeep Jamboree. Highly recommended!
flexj | 2011-09-15 17:11:33
Dont miss it!First I would like to thank the property owner- without his kindness and generosity we would not this property to explore. I attended the spring ride to meet other jeepers and to check out other areas to wheel. For those who did not attend the spring event, I assure you this is a well laid out area with many different degrees of challenges, it consist of trails for the stock vehicles on up to lifted and locked (that’s me). The spring ride consisted of a great group of people who were always ready to offer a smile and a hand to those in need.
Just a heads up- If your going to play in the granite don't air down to much and approach the steps slowly- lesson learned...
I have a family obligation at the same time as the fall ride is taking place so I will not be able to attend. So Mike and Tony and the others, who made the spring run fun, enjoy the Halloween ride.
Pay it forward,
Brian from Upstate NY
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