On Friday, HUMMER owners from near and far will descend upon Drummond Island, Michigan for a two-day event put on by The HUMMER Club Inc.
The island’s ORV park, Turtle Ridge, has two distinct sections. The “Upper” section is primarily rocky, uneven terrain while the “lower” section designed for trail riding – but according to the park’s website, even the lower section can present some challenges.
“make no mistake; these trails are not your simple forest roads. They are tight, twisty and nasty and have been designed to fully utilize your vehicles 4×4 suspension and drive train. There are no bypasses, or easy outs, they are type of trail you might have found in Michigan’s forests 30 or 40 years ago. You either “made it” or you turned around and found another route.”
The HUMMER Club has used the Drummond Island setting for several events in the past – photos and video below! It’s not too late to sign up if you’re interested in attending.
We’ll be fortunate to be along on this trip, and we’ll do our best to keep you updated from the trails. Stay tuned later this week!
Photo Credit: CBPhoto, Ralph Gerhart
Video Credit: Drew Gerhart