Logan's Run 2017 - Sept 14-17 2017 (1 Viewer)


Rum Runnin'
Apr 18, 2005
Durham, NC
Logan’s Run 2017
September 14th through September 17th, 2017


Walk-ups still welcome! Day-Of registrants are not guaranteed to get a t-shirt.

See you there!


This is ONSC's biggest event of the year, and best of all it's for charity honoring Logan Monk, an ONSC member who was instrumental in the growth of this club, as his parents continue to be.

This year, as with all previous years, we have reserved Uwharrie Group Camp A, B, and C September 14-17, 2017. Remember!! Alcohol is not allowed in the Uwharrie National Forest.


Thursday, September 14, 2017
  • Guests can begin arriving at 10:00am
  • Vehicle Inspection will occur as vehicles arrive
  • ONSC Vehicle Inspection Requirements can be found at the following URL: ONSC Vehicle Inspection Requirements – Olde North State Cruisers
  • Vehicle Inspection Requirements will be enforced and non-compliant vehicles will be denied participation in organized wheeling events
  • See Johnny Casale (@GLTHFJ60) for further Vehicle Inspection Requirement questions
Friday, September 15, 2017
  • A vehicle inspection is required prior to the trail run
  • 11:00am - Wheeling groups Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart (see below for how groups are divided up)
  • Dinner is up to the individual
Saturday, September 16, 2017
  • 9:00am - Wheeling groups Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart
  • 9:30am - Wheeling groups Easy2, Medium2 and Difficult2 depart
  • Dogs and Burgers (for kids) will be prepared roughly 5pm
  • Dinner, provided by ONSC (please see registration for details), will be at 7:00pm at Group Camp site A, which is the site to the right when driving into Group Camp
  • The Raffle will begin at 9:00pm and last until roughly 10:30pm
  • From 10:00pm until ??, we will gather around the campfire and tell tall tales until whenever
Sunday, September 17, 2017
  • Those who wish to wheel will gather at 8:00am in the field in the middle of Group Camp
  • Trucks will be divided up into groups based on difficulty of the trails participants want to run (easy, medium, difficult)
  • Each group will have a designated trail leader and tail gunner
  • Groups will wheel from roughly 9:00am until whenever they wish
  • Clean-up and the end of our event is Sunday afternoon
Pricing will be finalized, and published, soon.

Extra T-Shirt - $15 - order-able at online registration and at registration tent

General Raffle Tickets - $1 each or $20 for 25 - order-able at online registration and at registration tent

Quick Announcement:

This year we will again have designated trail leaders and departure times for 6 different wheeling groups. This will be done in an effort to make the wheeling portion of this event more organized.

On Saturday, there will be 6 groups, two of each difficulty level, easy, medium and hard. Friday will be the same but with one group of each level (meaning one departure time). Each group will have one trail leader and the specific trails that each group rides will be ultimately decided upon by the trail leader for that group. Groups will be staged in the middle of Group Camp in three "lanes" that will be made with cones or stakes, with the trail leader in the very front. Depature times for each group are as follows, and are flexible at the discretion of the trail leader so far as they do not interfere with another group.

Ad-Hoc Wheeling

9:00am - Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart
9:30am - Easy2, Medium2 and Difficult2 depart

Ad-Hoc Wheeling

Therefore, I'm looking for volunteers to be trail leaders! Please post up if you'd like to be a trail leader and which group you'd like to lead!!

Saturday Trail Leaders:
Easy1 - @77 KROOZER
Medium1 - @neslrac
Difficult1 - @Fort Knox
Easy2 - @uzj100
Medium2 -
Difficult2 -

***Important announcement regarding parking***
As those of you who attended Relic Run know, the center grass area at Group Camp has been closed. According to the USFS, "The central grassy area is closed. We are trying to get it rehabbed after damage by other groups.". We have been told that it was "other groups" who caused the damage. The USFS has not been specific as to who caused the damage, citing "other groups".

I've spent the last three weeks talking USFS, Donald, Terry, and the ranger Michael, trying to get them to make an exception for us to use the center grassy area, considering our excellent track record. Unfortunately, after the three of them met yesterday at Group Camp to review the site and came to the decision quoted above. There is nothing else we can do.

As such, we are going to be enforcing restrictions on parking.

1. Absolutely NO vehicles are to be in the center grass area at ANY TIME.
2. Tow rigs, car hauler trailers and campers/RVs are to park in the open grass area at Site B ONLY.
3. If there is no more room at Site B for your camper/RV, tow rig or car hauler trailer, you will need to park it somewhere outside of group camp, such as the Eldorado Outpost.

IF you have a camping trailer such as a M416 or 4x10 trailer (@jamesurq ) you can park wherever you find a spot.

Everyone, please do not be greedy with the space you take to set up your campsite. We're going to have a lot of people.


Google Maps

From the outpost:
Head north on Hwy 109
Turn left on Mullinix Road
Turn right on NF-554
Turn right on Badin Lake Road
First left on Badin Lake Ramp
Turn right into the Group Camp area about 1/4 mile down.


ONSC Vehicle Inspection Requirements

Page 1 is "Minimum Vehicle Requirements". Everything on page 1 is required to be in compliance or else you will not be allowed to wheel at this event.

Page 2 is "Evaluated Items". This section is at the discretion of the inspector. For example, if everything on Page 1 and 2 are good except you have an egregious fluid leak, you will fail the inspection and not be allowed to wheel at this event. Alternately, if everything on page 1 and 2 is good except you don't have a radio or a winch, you will pass.

It is REQUIRED to have everything on Page 1 and it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to have everything on Page 2. These rules exist not only to ensure the safety of our drivers, but also ensure that we Tread Lightly.

This thread will be updated as new info becomes available. (prices, registration, food, etc...)



"This is an event that is being conducted on the Uwharrie National Forest and is authorized under a Special Use Permit."

"USDA – Forest Service Nondiscrimination Statement

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service prohibits discrimination in its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital or family status. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

“You may use USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Forms AD-3027 or

AD-3027S (Spanish) which can be found at: Filing a Program Discrimination Complaint as a USDA Customer | Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights or upon request from a local Forest Service office. USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender.

Usted puede usar la forma de discriminación AD-3027 o AD-3027S en Español, la cual se puede encontrar en: ASCR, Informacion para Empleados del USDA o puede obtener en cualquier oficina local del Servicio Forestal. El Departamento de Agricultura ofrece oportunidades de programas y de empleo libres de discriminación.”

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