OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (Fox 2) - It's almost time to off-road in Oakland County.
Holly Oaks ORV Park opens for the 2022 season Saturday.
The park includes hills, rock crawls, and more for full-size vehicles, side-by-sides, ATVs, and motorcycles.
Daily entry fees are $30 per vehicle that will be ridden. Season passes and punch cards are available, too.
Youth passes can also be purchased for $15. Youth 12-15 must show their DNR ORV Safety Training Certificate to enter. Youth 16-17 must show a valid driver’s license or ORV Safety Training Certificate.
A Department of Natural Resources ORV license and trail permit are also required for entry. These are annual permits that can be purchased at the park. ORV licenses are $26.25, and the permit is $10.
All vehicles also need a minimum 10-foot height at stand still and 8-foot in motion and be rectangular, international orange in color, solid material, with a minimum length on the supporting side of five inches, and a minimum length on the base side of 10 inches.
Tickets can be purchased up to five days in advance, and the park has a capacity of 500.
Holly Oaks is at 14551 Shields Road in Holly.