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17th Annual Toyota Takeover at Rausch Creek Offroad Park

Discussion in 'North East' started by petzl21, Mar 28, 2019.

  1. Mar 28, 2019 at 7:15 AM
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    17th Annual Northeast Takeover!

    July 26-28 at Rausch Creek Off Road Park. Tremont, PA

    There's trails for every skill level, from mild to wild. First timers welcome!

    This event's focus is Toyota 4x4s, but all makes are welcome.

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    A few things for those of you who have never been to Rausch,

    First, please go here and read over their rules, rig requirements and such:

    http://www.rauschcreekoffroadpark.org/

    Please make sure your rig is prepared for the park, please don't show up in some jalopy that holds up the rest of the group while you nurse your broken junk down the trail 100 feet at a time..

    It's a good idea to have a CB so you can communicate with the rest of the people in your group. A decent setup can be had for under 100 bucks from any truck-stop.

    A fire extinguisher is a requirement, if you plan to run, then bring one along, or you will find yourself sitting in camp. Imagine being deep inside the park when your truck catches fire, and all you can do is step back and watch it burn...go buy a 10 dollar fire extinguisher from wal-mart, or home depot.

    For some reason it likes to rain on our little shin-dig every year, so don't forget rain-gear, boots, and lots of spare clothes.

    Bring food for camp of course, but also bring food to eat on the trail, each day around noon, we'll stop somewhere within the park for lunch. Sandwiches, hogies, that type of thing.

    Meeting time/place:

    We'll meet each morning at the Rausch Creek parking lot @8:00-9am. When you get there, go inside the main office and fill out your waiver, and pay for however many days you wish to wheel. Passengers must also fill out waivers and such. Get your wristbands, your daypass sticker, and head back out to your rig to air down your tires, shoot the shit with everyone, fill out our club waivers, and wait for any late-comers.

    From the parking lot/staging area we'll split up into groups based on difficulty, pick CB channels, and have a quick pep-talk/ Q&A session. If all goes well, we should be on the trail by 10am

    After that, each group goes their own way, since we will all be heading out at different times depending on location in the park and the group we are with, we will meet up back at camp. Please pay attention to other members in your group and make sure you stick together.

    Then it's time for some beer, burgers, story-tellin', and story makin'!

    BE SURE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RAFFLE ON SATURDAY NIGHT

    I will be starting a separate thread for event shirts. They will be pre-order only, and you must be at the event to pick them up, or have someone pick them up for you. more details to come...

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    Daily vehicle fee is $50 which now INCLUDES the NE property.
    Daily passenger fee is $10. This had been $7 since 2010.
    Membership fee is $20. This had been $15 since 2010.

    Memberships and trail passes now run on a calendar, or seasonal, year, with expirations of 12/31.

    Camping/Event HQ again this year is at RAUSCH CREEK. Camping is primitive, so be prepared. There are showers at the truckstop down the road. the Comfort Inn in Pine Grove, PA is close to the park, and is where most of the non-campers stay. Mention Rausch creek and club for group rates!
     
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  2. Mar 28, 2019 at 7:56 AM
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  3. Mar 28, 2019 at 8:09 AM
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    can't make it due to other plans. very bummed about it.
     
  6. Mar 28, 2019 at 11:41 AM
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  8. Mar 29, 2019 at 2:08 PM
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    Cool. Thanks for tagging me Rob
     
  9. Mar 29, 2019 at 5:21 PM
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    If I ever get my junk back together, we will probably be there.

    I just have to get a definitive answer, once and for all, from @mach1man001 Rob on the whole fire extinguishers being required or not question.










    :hattip:
     
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  10. Mar 30, 2019 at 5:46 AM
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    Joe as you already know from last year the answer is YES it's required. It's required on any of NTCs runs.
    Think of it as a bye law. Your state my not have a law saying you need to do something but the town does and you still need to follow it.
    NTC is an off road club and like most off road clubs they try to teach people how to run responsible off roadiing techniques such as not tearing up the land (tread lightly), getting land owners permission, helping out on trail cleanups or trail maintenance and maintaining of your equipment. How can you maintain your equipment if you can't put a fire out and your truck burns to the ground, plus think about what could happen to the trail/park.
    So again Joe the answer to your question is YES you need to bring a fire extinguisher to any of NTCs runs whether it's required by the park or not.

    Hope this answers it once and for all.
     
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    So... you’re saying use my own discretion? Got it.

    And, who’s Joe?

    Thank you Mark For your prompt reply.
















    Also, I was merely poking you with a stick.

    As such:

    :boink:
     
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    No H and I will probably attend this year
     
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    Joe - Tim, what's the difference? Lol.

    As far as the question I just didn't want it to grow into something.

    Mark out!
     
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