Events/Trails Logans Run 2019 - September 19-22nd OFFICIAL THREAD. (1 Viewer)


Supporting Vendor
Apr 18, 2015
Greensboro, NC
Logans Run 2019
September 19-22
Uwharrie National Forrest
Badin Lake Group Camp - New London, NC
Group camp Information (Location/Rules/etc)

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Registration is now CLOSED. Walk Up registration is available. See schedule below for registration hours.

Attendance is limited and campsites are strictly first come, first serve; we strongly suggest you register in advance. If there is space, walkup weekend or day passes will be made available at the registration tent (see below for hours).

Event begins at noon on Thursday September 19th

Logan Monk, an ONSC member who was an active member of the Land Cruiser community is the key inspiration behind this event. His parents Lydia and Kenny continue to inspire us with their warm smiles and open arms. We are lucky to have them as family, and will continue to join them in remembering Logan through this annual family fun event of wheeling, camping and great friends.

This year will include three additional optional activities at no cost
  • Full day instructional sessions (sign up in advance during registration - very limited availability)
  • Bar style trivia game
  • Friday Night Campsite Potluck Dinner

Social Events

Thursday, September 19th, 2019
  • 12:00 Gates open for Guests to arrive
  • Vehicle Inspection will occur throughout the evening as volunteer inspectors become available
  • 15:00 (3PM) Registration Tent Opens - Get your information packets.
  • 18:00 (6PM) Registration Tent Closes - Those arriving after 6PM will need to register on Friday morning
  • Meals will be your responsibility - Group Campfire will be available for warmth and cooking
  • Quieter hours start at 11:00PM
Friday, September 20th, 2019
  • 8:00 Group 1 training begins (**Training session 1 full as of 8/14/19**)
  • 8:15 Registration Tent Opens
  • 8:15-10:00 Inspection of remaining vehicles
  • 10:00 - Wheeling groups Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart (see below for how groups are divided up)
  • 11:00 - Registration Tent Closes
  • Lunch is available at the Outpost, or pack your own/coordinate meals with others
  • 19:00 (7PM) Campsite Potluck Dinner. Bring your flame 'A Game'. Famous Ribs? Family Recipe Chilli? Dutch Oven Dump CakeBoss? Bring it on!
  • 20:00 (8:00) Fireside Chat with Izzy
  • Quieter hours start at 11:00PM
Saturday, September 21st, 2019
  • 8:00 Group 2 training begins (limited - signup in advance - see schedule below)
  • 8:15 Registration Tent Opens
  • 9:00 - Wheeling groups Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart
  • 10:00 - Wheeling groups Easy2, Medium2 and Difficult2 depart (as needed)
  • 11:00 - Registration Tent Closes
  • Lunch is your own choice
  • 16:00 (4PM) - Registration Tent Opens
  • 18:00 (6PM) - Registration Tent Closes - RAFFLE TICKET PURCHASE DEADLINE
  • 19:00 (7PM) Dinner: Texalina BBQ (Group Camp)
  • 20:00 (8PM) LandCruiser Trivia - Form your teams and compete answering Cruiser questions to win 'fabulous' prizes!
  • 21:00 (9PM) Raffle - Thanks Sponsors!
  • 22:00 (10PM ish) Raffle ends, campfire/s'mores and tall tales.
  • Quieter hours start at 11:00PM
Sunday, September 22nd, 2019
  • 9:30 Gather for trail riding (if you wish)
  • Trucks are 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 2:00PM

TRAINING SCHEDULE (sign up during registration - limited to 10 participants per session - 20 total)

Group 1 (Friday) and Group 2 (Saturday)
  • 8:00 - Full Day Training session Begins - meet in group camp
  • 10:00 - Classroom session ends, group convoy to OEXTC property
    • Obstacle course drive through and instruction
  • 12:30 - Lunch (bring your own or go to Outpost)
  • 13:00 - Training Continues
    • Tire repair/radio communications
    • Hi-lift Jack
  • 14:30 - Move to winching area
    • Winching instruction
  • 16:00 - Obstacle course or forest trail ride
  • 17:00 - Return to main camp
Volunteers needed to lead trail rides. Those of you with experience, a map and some common sense, please feel free to send me a note to volunteer.

As usual, there will be three groups focused on 'Easy/beginner', Medium, and Difficult. As a group you will agree on the trails/path that you take. Those of you that have never wheeled before we strongly suggest telling your trail leader. We also recommend signing up for the free Group 1 or 2 training sessions.

9:30 - Line up for Trail ride
10:00 - Easy, Medium and Difficult trail rides begin
Easy Trail leader:
Medium Trail leader:
Difficult Trail leader:

8:30 - Line up for Trail Ride 1
9:00 - Easy1, Medium1 and Difficult1 depart
9:30 - Line up for Trail Ride 2
10:00 - Easy2, Medium2 and Difficult2 depart
Easy1 Trail Leader:
Medium1 Trail Leader:
Difficult1 Trail Leader:
Easy2 Trail Leader:
Medium2 Trail Leader:
Difficult2 Trail Leader:

Ad-hock wheeling


Drivers Weekend Pass: $60
Drivers Day Pass: $30
Passenger registration: $15
Kids under 17 - free (we need to know they're coming for food purposes)
Extra T-Shirts - $15
Raffle tickets $5
Raffle ticket packs (only in advance)
- 5 tickets for $20
- 30 tickets for $100

Tickets this year have increased from $1 to $5 - this is to speed up the raffle process.

The Details/FAQ:

Family Friendly:

Like all other Olde North State Cruisers events your whole family is invited. This includes your children and pets. Please be thoughtful, courteous and cautious and leave at home any member of the family that might not be well socialized or be otherwise unpredictable at a gathering of this type. Problematic people and pets deemed to pose a safety hazard or whom show aggression will be asked to leave

Group Camp Rules.

Click the link at the top of this post to see the full list of rules at Group Camp. Please review them and act accordingly. Note that alcohol consumption is prohibited as it is in all North Carolina state parks.

  • Camping is first come, first serve. Those of you doing a day pass are welcome to spend Saturday night (we don't want anyone driving home late)
  • Do not drive over the center grass at group camp
  • Tow rigs, car hauler trailers and large campers/RVs are to park in the open grass area at Site B ONLY
  • Smaller campers/teardrops/etc can be parked wherever you find a spot that fits
  • Please do not be greedy with the space you take to set up your campsite. We're going to have a lot of people as always

Day Pass vs Weekend Pass:
  • The $30 Day pass includes:
    • Full access to all activities on Saturday
    • Single night overnight camping on Saturday is allowed if space is available
    • Purchase discount raffle ticket packs during registration
    • Purchase Tshirts during registration for $15 each
  • The $60 Weekend pass includes:
    • Thursday and Friday night camping and activities (includes potluck)
    • Full access to all activities on Saturday
    • First pick of campsites (depending on arrival)
    • Purchase discount raffle ticket packs during registration
    • Free T-shirt included / additional shirts $15 each during registration
  • Passenger and child prices are the same price regardless of the drivers choice of Day or Weekend pass
Sponsors (updated as they come in):
TrollHole Cruisers
Carolina Off Road Outfitters
Wits End
Orange Box
CVT Tents
Wind Tamer

Total Approximate Raffle Prize Value: $6,700+ (updated 09/18)

This thread will be updated as new info becomes available. Please share this event with people that might want to attend!

The legaleze

"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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Supporting Vendor
Apr 18, 2015
Greensboro, NC

Training signups are now included in registration.
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Supporting Vendor
Apr 18, 2015
Greensboro, NC
As an added incentive to be part of Friday nights PotLuck dinner, immediately following there will be a fireside chat given by Izzy Sanchez, the VP for North America's I4WDTA. Topics will cover a wide range of offroading topics and he will be availble for a Q&A session. We hope you enjoy this added benefit and choose to participate in our potluck.


Apr 24, 2008
Conway, SC
I registered last night but forgot to sign up for the training. If a spot is available in session 1 on Friday, I’d like a spot. Just let me know! Thanks! Scott Shelley

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