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Our unique 2700 acre privately owned off-road mecca not only offers riders a place to test their skills and abilities on miles of varied terrain, but also serves as a wonderful place for families because it provides leisure and relaxation for all in one of Texas’ most beautiful, undiscovered paradises.

Visitors can ride their recreational vehicles while filling their days with other activities such as hiking, swimming, and lounging in the creek area. The park provides riders with challenging and rigorous trails that give people of all expertise levels enjoyment. While the facility can be the perfect vacation destination, it also is the perfect training facility among professional riders. With some of the toughest terrain known to mankind in North America, visitors to Bulcher leave this off-road haven with a new appreciation for a “must ride” experience. With small town hospitality, this park & its staff are positioned to offer the most discerning rider a truly authentic Texas experience. Critics rate it a top priority on your “bucket list.”

Permitted Park Recreational Vehicles

We permit dirt bikes, dual sport bikes, ATVs, Polaris Rangers, Polaris Razors, Yamaha Rhinos, & Kawasaki Mules.  No Jeeps or Dune Buggies Allowed. Some Go-Karts are permitted. Check with park office regarding specific types of go-karts permitted as well as for inquiries about other allowed recreational vehicles.

Hollywood Connection

The park has been featured in numerous commercials, print articles & ads, T.V. specials on SPEED TV, and is the home of the renowned 2005, 2006, & 2007 Last Man Standing Race sponsored by Red Bull. Due to the beauty and rugged terrain of the ranch, the RRMT, Inc. facility was one of the top choices for Hollywood producers for several episodes of the Rifleman Show, which aired on television from September 1958 to April 1963.

Park Fast Facts
  • Park Size - 2,700 Acres

  • Park Established - August 1972

  • Park Location - Bulcher, TX

  • Coordinates - 33° 48' 1" North, 97° 25' 46" West

  • Elevation - Approximately 800 feet above sea level

  • Town Established - 1872

  • Current Town Population - 6

  • Town Classification - Texas Ghost Town

  • County - Cooke

  • County Seat - Gainesville, TX

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