Our friends at Polaris
stopped by recently as part of their Way Out Training Tour (WOTT).
The purpose of WOTT is to provide dealers with an actual "hands on"
comparison of Polaris machines and the competition. This firsthand
experience allows dealers to better understand and serve their customers
Click here to see what two
Continental Airlines pilots had to say on a recent visit to Mines &
Have not been to the park in a while, but last
Sunday I was impressed with all the new trails. It made my broken
back feel 20 years younger; coming for more. I am in this Santa
picture, but my smile was a lot bigger this time.
Thanks, Logan Adams
Received via email February 24, 2009
We had one problem; we had toooo much fun on
Chip, Lisa & Logan Adams with Jeff Ewart from Mogadore, OH
Received via email on December 26, 2006
The following email was sent to Christine Cilli, Mines & Meadows
Director of Marketing at the time:
Just can't say thank you enough for the
wonderful Saturday you and the team at Mines &
Meadows provided us.
As I was loading up I got the chance to meet
and talk with your uncle for a few minutes; he asked
that if we put a video together to please share it with you so
it can be linked to your web page.
Well here it is fresh off the presses and
Robert, Kristina & Nitro recently drove their
beautiful RV all the way from Orlando, Florida to come spend part of
their vacation at M&M. They had such a great time flying
around the trails in their Rhino that they
decided to stay a few extra days. Nitro, always eager to impress
the ladies, bragged that none of the trails were too "Rrruff"
Click pictures to play videos.
Great trails and they keep
adding. Our 60" wide Ranger fit on all the trails but won't fit
the mine. They generously offer to take you through the mine on their
vehicles. Thank you.
Emailed on July 3, 2007
I am 81 years young and rode 6
hours at Mines & Meadows. I ride every day on my farm and these
trails are very good. Never rode in a mine before; loved it;
would not miss it. Great exercise! (AARP please take
Enon Valley, PA
wanted you to know that my daughter and I had so much fun at Mines &
Meadows. It sure didn't feel like 5 hrs of riding. We have
been all over to different places, but this by far is the most fun
we've had. The way everything is marked makes it easy to always get
back on track. The mine ride was also really cool. Can't
wait to bring my other daughter on Sunday; I'm hoping we all will be
there. It's so nice not worrying about being yelled at or thrown
out of other places. Thanks again."
George Fiacco, Car Connection
on November 27, 2006
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2007
Subject: Great idea for
more than just ATV enthusiasts
I want to extend a
hearty "Well Done" to you for creating the Mines and Meadows ATV
Resort. Folks around the area desperately needed a good place to
enjoy their ATVs and other off road vehicles.
I have worked for
the railroad police in western PA/eastern Ohio for 30 years and
have seen many tragic incidents involving ATVs on railroad
property. We try very hard to discourage folks from riding their
machines on railroad property. Not only do they cause damage to
the railway roadbed (shifting ballast stone from under the track
structure) but also create a very serious safety problem. Far too
many people, especially younger folks, with ATVs feel they can
ride them anywhere and more often than not they run from the
police, creating an even more dangerous situation.
Now your resort
provides a great place for ATV riders to enjoy riding their
vehicles in a safe, supervised, legal location. I applaud you for
requiring registration and insurance for ALL riders and for
offering safety programs. By following some simple, basic rules
riders can benefit from an environment designed with their needs
The mines you
speak of are very old and interesting. I have only been in the
mine area where they store RV's and campers but it amazed me to
see the size of those old mines.
I wish you the
best of luck in this venture and hope all goes well.
"I liked it so well that I
want to buy my own quad, instead of riding with someone else."
Who would drive more than 6 hours and 400 miles from New Jersey just
to ride in our mine?