Morris Mountain ORV Park
The park was created from a lack of places to go wheeling. It started as a pastime for Kris and Randy Morris and quickly grew into Morris Mountain ORV Park. The park now has obstacles, trails, mud pits, canyons, and a primitive camping facility.
Their experience with trying to find places to ride kept leading them to areas that forced you to pay for full weekends, camping facilities, or required reservations, making a spur of the moment one day wheeling trip impractical or unaffordable. As a result, MMORV has flexible hours and low fees to allow the average joe to take a half -day wheeling trip or a weekend long outing and also have primitive camping facilities for their guests.
MMORV is open almost every weekend. You must call before planning a trip to the park.
Standard daily rate - $20.00 per day per vehicle
Weekend rate - $30.00 per weekend per vehicle
There is currently no charge for passengers.
If you have a club the park can be rented for a flat fee or special pricing may be available per vehicle for groups of 20 vehicles or more. Contact MMORV for more information on group rates.
Varying rates may apply to special events such as charity rides, or if a club rents the park and charges members to raise money.
All fees are due at sign in for open rides.
Groups wishing to rent the entire park need to register in advance to reserve the park. A deposit is required 1 week in advance to reserve the park.
Yearly memberships are also available for a once a year fee of $200. Members can RSVP by calling ahead to ride any regularly open day. Members also receive additional benefits.
To schedule group rides or for more information please contact Kris or Randy Morris.
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Directions to Morris Mountain ORV Park
Morris Mountain is located 10 miles south of Interstate 20 on Highway 9, just East of Anniston, Alabama. (Halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta.)
From Birmingham turn South on Highway 431, exit # 191 Travel 9.2 miles, then turn right on Highway 9 (Hollis Crossroads). Travel 2.6 miles, turn left on Henry Davis Road to the park entrance.
From Atlanta turn South on Highway 9, exit # 199. Travel 12.8 miles, turn left on Henry Davis Road to the park entrance.