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Bundy Hills Off-Road Park

We're looking at heading to Bundy Hill in Jerome, MI. Mainly for our ATVs, but possibly to wheels some trucks too.

Has anyone here been there? How are the trails suited to ATVs. Looking for mud/rock/hill climbs. Any info would be appreciated.
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