|April 19th, 2010, 08:22 PM||#1|
Wakley Creek Wacos!
Bundy Hill Memorial Weekend BBQ Saturday May 29th.
Bundy Hill Off Road will be hosting our first Memorial Day B-B-Q on Saturday May 29th, 2010 starting at 3:00pm, back between Bareback and the Warn Valley Trail.
Come join us for a good old fashion BBQ at the Pit!
The Cost is $10.00 for an adult and $6.00 for children under 12 years of age.
There will be 400 tickets available, and they can be purchased at the Pit Office or through the web page until May 23rd. A limited number may be available the day of the event, but that cannot be guaranteed. (This ticket price does not include your wheeling admission to the park for the day)
Pappy's BBQ will be doing the cooking Saturday May 29th.
You Choice of Two different kinds of meat. (Pork, & Chicken)
Beans, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad
A Dinner Roll
With Pop, or Water.
Your Dinner Ticket will enter you into our Memorial Day Raffle, where we will be giving away various prizes.
Come Celebrate, Wheel and enjoy some great BBQ with us on Saturday May 29th!
Last edited by Swampdog02; April 19th, 2010 at 08:42 PM.
|April 20th, 2010, 11:24 AM||#2|
Join Date: 09-28-08
Location: Schoolcraft, MI
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This is new and an awesome campground not far from Bundy Hill,
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
MIS to offer camping Memorial Day to Labor Day in MISCamping.com Graves Farm Campground
BROOKLYN, Mich. (April 20, 2010) — Camping at Michigan International Speedway is no longer limited to just NASCAR weekends in June and August.
Now, campers and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the Midwest’s premier NASCAR destination seasonally from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The MISCamping.com Graves Farm Campground, the speedway’s newest campground off U.S. 12 just past M-50 in Brooklyn, Mich., is open for seasonal camping May 28 to Sept 6.
“We are regarded as NASCAR in a national park, and now everyone, not just race fans, will know why,” speedway President Roger Curtis said. “We are happy to share our campgrounds with guests all summer long, making MIS and the Irish Hills a true, summertime destination and the perfect vacation.”
Sites in the MISCamping.com Graves Farm Campground are 25-foot x 50-foot, perfect for every type of camper — RV, pop-up, trailer and tent. All sites have electric hook-ups. Rustic sites are also available.
The MISCamping.com Graves Farm Campground has a permanent shower and restroom building, making it one of the best-kept secrets in the region. The campground has walking trails, volleyball courts, fire pits, horseshoe pits, playground and picnic shelters. Dogs are also allowed in the campground. Sites are only $25 per night, a reasonably priced alternative for families who love camping in a pristine, secure park. Don’t have an RV, but would like to rent one? A turn-key camping option is also available at www.MIScamping.com or by calling 734-740-4444.
On a race weekend, Michigan International Speedway is the state’s largest registered campground with around 9,000 campsites. But Curtis wants to share MIS with campers who might not otherwise travel to MIS on a race weekend, ensuring even more tourists can travel to Southeastern Michigan this summer.
“We have been asked by some of our NASCAR guests to open up year-round so campers can enjoy MIS all summer, so we’ve decided to give it a try. The Irish Hills area is a really beautiful destination for vacationing families. This area has lakes, trails, wonderful golf and amazing scenery and people — perfect for anyone looking to escape.”
Campground check-in is after 12 p.m.; checkout is before noon. The campground will be open every day, and will be patrolled by security 24 hours a day.
For campers interested in reserving a seasonal campsite at MIS, call, click or come by MIS at 517-592-1285, www.MISpeedway.com/seasonalcamping or 12626 US 12, Brooklyn, Mich.
|May 25th, 2010, 07:59 PM||#10|
Web Wheeler :(
Join Date: 10-08-08
Location: Grand Rapids
Mentioned: 2 Post(s)
since sliver lake isnt gonna work out i might stop out there and check it out for a bit
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|May 29th, 2010, 07:05 AM||#16|
Join Date: 06-25-09
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I am thinking I will be heading out there today. Will be there in my red explorer sportbut, I have not modified my 1354m shifter yet so I will be crawling underneath for shifting. Do I need my flag?
|May 29th, 2010, 05:17 PM||#20|
Bundy Hill Off Road
Join Date: 08-20-09
Location: Jerome, MI
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since every one loved the bbq so much we will have it again on sunday may 30 and you will be entered in the raffle for a family season pass so tell your mom dad dog brother sister and anyone else you can think of,many other prizes to be found find the teaira or top hat and win a cash prize
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