They say everything is bigger in Texas. Mudd Mayhem at River Run ATV Park falls nothing short of that. We teamed up with River Run 5 years ago to put on this great event. It brings thousands of ATV and UTV riders, enthusiasts, and families to Texas every year for a weekend of muddy fun. It’s where you go to see the biggest builds, watch mud fly, and get sideways with other riders just like you.
We’re not promising you won’t end up breaking a thing or two over the weekend.. but if you come see us, we’ll get you fixed up at a discount rate. That’s right—head over to our SuperATV booth and get 10% off any order.
Before you start wracking your brain about what your next upgrade is going to be, let’s talk about all the things Mudd Mayhem has to offer you this year.
So, how does River Run ATV Park attract a crowd of 5,000-10,000 people in just three days? We believe multiple things contribute to its success:
First, its location is west of Jacksonville and southeast of Frankston, nestled on the banks of the beautiful Neches River. Over 2,000 acres of private land are at all the riders’ disposal. Some may think this is a huge inconvenience because cell reception is spotty, but if you’re living for the weekend, this location allows you to unplug from your devices and really enjoy time spent with family and friends.
The park has great amenities—you can stay right on the grounds of the park. Bring your camper, pitch a tent, or make reservations to stay in one of the 40 cabins that are there. If you’re like us, you don’t want to miss anything, so staying at the park is necessary.
Did we mention the Neches River already? In Texas, it’s illegal to ride your ATV and UTV down the middle of the river, but it does make for some great water crossings and mud holes and sets up for awesome, muddy trail riding.
Speaking of mud—Texas has the best kind of mud for off-roading. It’s nothing like the mud we have here in the Midwest. It’s made of rich sandy soil. Now, mix that sandy soil with the Neche’s river, and you get mud— lots of it. But it’s mud that doesn’t stick to your tires.
Okay, we get it. You want to hear about the mayhem of the weekend! What makes this event so crazy and fun? It’s the mud and the hosted events that come along with it:
Of course, a day of riding will leave you with the urge to relax and stretch your legs. There’s no better way to do that than getting some grub from the food trucks and listening to live music by Jason Cassidy and Jon Wolfe.
This event allows us to meet you—our costumers—face-to-face. We don’t just go home with some must-tell stories. We go home and start planning with the things that you’ve told us from your own riding experiences.
We love being a part of these events so we can put a face to the name of people we’ve been talking with for years. Aaliyah Green, SuperATV’s event coordinator says: “It feels like we are one big family. And being able to talk to our customers firsthand puts things into perspective when it comes to understanding the passion people have for off-roading. It gives you a sense of shared purpose.“
Kevin Burnette, a sales veteran of ours, has gone to Mudd Mayhem since we teamed up with River Run back in 2018. He says he likes going to the events because he gets to build relationships with customers, and oftentimes, he’ll get to see the same customers five to six times a year.
Unfortunately, you never know what’s going to happen on the trail. And we don’t want you to have anymore down time than what you’ve planned for. So, we’ve come prepared with our show trailer packed with plenty of replacement parts.
We’ll also be showcasing builds at Mudd Mayhem that we’ve decked out with our parts. If you see something on them you like, we can help you figure out what you need. And if it’s not on the trailer, we can get an order placed for you—shipped for free.
And did we mention that you get a 10% discount when you place your order at our SuperATV tent? Well, now you know where to go for some sweet savings when you need fixed up.
We’ll be seeing you March 24-27th at River Run ATV Park—after all, nobody loves mud more than us.