The event is free of charge and there is no fee for riding the trials. Several charities will be on hand and bands will be performing later that evening.
Brian Fisher of Fisher’s ATV World will also be on the mountain all day to meet with fans and ride the trials. He will also be filming for an upcoming episode that will be featured on the Outdoor Channel.
“This is one of his favorite events,” stated Rebecca Hied, Fisher’s publicist.
Hied also stated that one thing Fisher likes about it is the fact that the event is free, so people don’t have to worry about cost.
Fisher has been on the Outdoor channel for ten years and has been to 32 states and four different countries.
His show airs on Monday at 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. and on Tuesday at 1 a.m. according to the website.
Fisher welcomes everyone to come out and enjoy the fun.
Corbin Motorsports will be at the event giving demo rides to anyone who does not have an ATV.
There will be guided rides available in the morning for anyone who wants to go and enjoy a good day on the trails. There will be two rides leave at 9 a.m. and two rides will leave at 11 a.m.
Everyone should bring lunch and a snack for the guided rides. Participants should also bring extra gas.
Along with the haunted trial in the evening, there will also be several other activities that will occur throughout the day.
The event area will open at 11 a.m. This will be the staging ground for most of the day’s activities. This is where several merchandise vendors, food vendors, and informational booths will be located.
The kid’s event area will also be in the event area. The kid’s area will be open from 1 – 6 p.m. It will feature three inflatables from Party Time Inflatables, as well as face painting and several Halloween oriented games.
There will be rock crawling demos at approximately 2 p.m. The event will be on the new rock garden at the trail. This event is free.
Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency will also be hosting a couple of events at the Haunted Forest Ride. From 12 – 2 p.m., they will be hosting a scavenger hunt. The entry fee will be $25 per vehicle. The prize for winning the event will be an iPad2 and a carrying case.
Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency is also having a poker run from 3 – 5 p.m. The price of this event will also be $25. First prize for the best hand will be $1,000. The second place winner will receive $250 and the third place winner will walk away with $125.
There will be a prize raffle at 5:30 p.m. that will cost $5 per ticket or five tickets for $20. Prizes that will be given away during the raffle include: two new winches, two hard-back seat/storage units for ATVs, two brand new sets of SS rims with Big Horn tires, a two night stay at Pine Mountain State Resort Park, and event shirts.
There will be an ATV Decorating Costume Contest. Participants will have the chance to decorate their ATV, side x side, or dirt bike in Halloween gear. There will be a panel of judges to determine the winner. Riders are encouraged to dress up as well, but it is not mandatory.
The event is free to enter. The winner will receive a brand new 2,000 lb. winch. This event will begin at 6 p.m.
There will be live music beginning at 7 p.m. Performers will be The Realbillies and Joe Coe.
Anthony Cloud is a staff writer for the Middlesboro Daily News. He can be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com.