Annual Off-Road Event

15th Annual Souther Cruiser Crawl

Annual Off-Road Event

CottonLand Cruisers will host The 15th Annual Southern Cruiser Crawl on October 10th – 13th, 2019, at one of the best ORV parks in the country: Hot Springs ORV Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Over 170 Toyota 4×4’s and other makes attended this event in 2018. Go ahead and register now! Don’t miss out on Cottonland’s awesome drivers bags. We only prepare 200 of these bags loaded with goodies. And it being the 15th Annual you don’t want to miss it!

CottonLand Cruisers strives to provide an atmosphere with something for everyone. Hot Springs provides clearly marked and well-maintained trails that range in difficulty from moderate to extremely difficult. Facilities include primitive camping sites, RV hook up sites, a large pavilion, shower house, and a general store. Check out the Hot Springs ORV website for more information: Hot Springs ORV Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Hot Springs offers many hotel choices: a great K.O.A. site Hot Springs National Park KOA, and Panther Valley Ranch, which is right down the road from Superlift.

CottonLand team members will be performing a safety inspection on all vehicles registering for the Crawl this year. The safety inspection will follow the TLCA guidelines, so make sure you have a parking brake, fire extinguisher, and have that battery strapped down tight!

This year on Friday and Saturday mornings at 9:30am Cottonland team members will be guiding newbie runs on 1 and 2 rated trails throughout the park. So if you have never been to the Hot Springs ORV or your wife told you not to tear up her 200 series, come on up to the pavilion and get in line at 9:15.

Thursday night Cottonland, with the help from the Arkansas Crawlers will be providing hamburgers, hotdogs, and drinks around 7:00pm. Then after you get your belly full, our good friends Highway 124 will hit the CottonLand Stage around 8pm. Highway 124 brought the house down last year on Thursday night. It will be a night you don’t want to miss.

Friday morning, we will hold a drivers meeting around 9:00 before you hit the trails to go wheel for the day. But plan on being back by 7pm because Cottonland will be providing Bubba’s Catfish for those that register for the event. Then grab a cold drink out of a Cottonland Cooler and give it up for Mike & Grady and the 412 West Band.

On Saturday, October 13 CottonLand will offer a expedition run leaving around 9:00am for those that want to venture out of the park. Cottonland Cruisers will host a Barbeque dinner at 7:00pm to be followed by the annual CottonLand Raffle. Last year, CottonLand’s Raffle had a total value of over $20000! Keep a big bill or two back because CottonLand Cruisers will come through with a big prizes for our fundraiser. Past beneficiaries of our fundraising efforts have been: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Mission on Wheels, WOMEN ROCK, INC., The Blue Ribbon Coalition, The Wounded Warrior Project, Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital, Mustard Seed of Mississippi, The National Fragile X Foundation, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Special Operations Warrior Foundation, and The Down Syndrome Association of Memphis and the Mid South, and Mississippi Chapter of the Alzheimers Association.

This Year’s Charity: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation


Event Schedule

Thursday, October 10th:

  • Arrival.
  • Registration 8:00am till 6:00pm.
  • Wheeling.
  • Supper at 7:00pm prepared by Arkansas Crawlers.
  • Highway 124 at 8:00pm.

Friday, October 11th:

  • Registration opens at 8:00am till 6:00pm.
  • Drivers Meeting 9:00am.
  • Newbie run 9:30am.
  • Wheel all day long.
  • Bubba’s Catfish at 7:00pm.
  • 412 West Band @ 8:00pm.

Saturday, October 12th:

  • Registration 8:00am till 9:00am.
  • Expedition Run at 9:00am.
  • Newbie Run at 9:30am.
  • Wheel all day long.
  • Smokin in Style BBQ at 7:00pm.
  • Raffle to follow.
  • Good times till late night.

Sunday, October 13th:

  • Last minute wheeling if you didn’t get your fix.
  • Pack up, clean up, go to the house.

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