Jeep started the Jeep Badge of Honor program in 2013, a Jeep Brand sponsored, mobile phone-based app program. The Jeep Badge of Honor program awards badges to Jeep owners who check-in and off-road at almost 50 Jeep Badge of Honor Trails across the United States.
The Jeep Badge of Honor program is free, and after registering and completing the GPS enabled trail check-in, Jeep will send you the badge for that specific trail for free!
Holly Oaks ORV Park is located on the site of a depleted gravel/sand pit, adjacent to I-75. Holly Oaks ORV Park sits on 235 acres, with 113 acres open for use in 2020, with the balance of the park to be opened by 2023.
Holly Oaks offers a little bit of everything, from hill climbs to purpose-built rock obstacles. Magna International contributed over $70,000 to create Mt. Magna, a man-made replica of parts of the Moab trail.
Holly Oaks also has two RTI ramps on-site, and it was my first time on an RTI ramp!
Holly Oaks also offers a small short course race track, if you are inclined for higher speed action.
Holly Oaks still seems pretty “green” as the landscape was recently formed, however over time, the terrain will evolve and become more challenging.