Its about 350 acres I believe. I've rode there about 3 or so months ago. It wasn't a bad place to ride, a good bit of a mud, but there is typically way around the deep mud holes if your not really into mud bogging. I'm going back in a couple of days and I'll tell you what kinda shape the place is in.
OK, so I went to Red Creek Wednesday (they will open the park up for you on a weekday if you call ahead) and rode for about 5hr. The place is still pretty muddy from a MudFest a couple of weeks ago but it wasn't to bad. I've still got the stock tires on my Sportsman and I did fine. Just stay out of the deep looking stuff. But you can drive around most of the bad stuff. Another park you might wanna check out (when they open back up in a couple of months) is Copiah Creek ATV park in Georgetown, MS. Its about the same size as Red Creek but nicer. Not dogging Red Creek or anything, but Copiah has more to do.
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