Mudding, or mud bogging, is an off-road sport popular in the US. Typically, the vehicles used are four-wheel drives. Before you going mudding on a property, be sure you have permission to be on the property. Types of vehicles used are four-wheelers, trucks, buggies, and other four-wheel drive vehicles. It is important to have the correct type of tires for the best traction. Street tires are NOT ideal for mudding, unless you want to get stuck. There are many types of mud bogs from hills and holes to flat or progressive tracks to open bogs. Mudding is also done in pure sand. There is some skill required to navigate through mud and sand to keep traction. Even the best vehicles and tires can get stuck if you drive unskillfully. Typically, you do not want to drive in someone else’s ruts. Rotating a wheel back and forth can help gain traction when going through extremely slick areas. Mudding has even turned into competitions in some areas

 

 

 

Here is a list of all parks and information:

 

Florida


Devils Garden Mud Club

Website – http://www.devilsgardenmudclub.com/

Address – 23515 County Road 835  Clewiston, FL 33440


 Redneck Yacht Club Mud Park

Website – http://redneckyachtclubmudpark.com/

Address – 44570 Bermont Rd  Punta Gorda, FL 33982

Phone – 239-209-3773


Coyote Mud Bog

Website – http://www.coyotemud.com/

Address – 24200 County Road 561  Astatula, FL 34705

Phone – 407-402-6869

 


 Horse Hole Creek

Website – http://www.mudup.com/

Address – 34449 U.S. 19  Inglis, Fl 34449

Phone – 352-447-5538


Mud Muckers

Website – http://mudmuckers.com/

Address – 2008 E CR 90, Bunnell, FL 32110

Phone – 386-566-1456


Hog Waller Mud Bog And ATV

Website – http://www.hogwallermudbog.com/

Address – 440 County Road 310  Palatka, FL 32177

Phone – 386-643-8042 ( text only )

 

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