Holler Crawlers Official Website

Has proudly contributed to our ATV park and club through their GRANT program. Thanks again to Yamaha.


Right now, we are in the process of upgrading our website.
We have a new forum up at http://www.hollercrawlers.com/forum

Sorry for the inconvienence

Check back at www.hollercrawlers.com because a brand new website should be up soon.

For any questions about riding in Bell County you can contact Jon Grace at hollercrawlers@hotmail.com or at 606-302-1943.



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Welcome to the Holler Crawlers Off-Road club web site.

We are an off-road club open to ATVs, dirt bikes, side x sides, and Jeeps/trucks. As a club our missions are:

  • To help jump-start a struggling economy by increasing our county's tourism revenue. We plan on giving free access and free guided tours of our 9,000 acre park at Mountain Drive for people wanting to visit our area as well as giving off-park tours.
  •  To bring the community together. Bell County has an extremely large number of people who enjoy trail sports of all kinds, and we as a club feel we can improve the dynamic of our community by giving these people something to unite behind.
  • To promote safe, responsible ATV riding. Our club is developing multiple ways to educate young riders on the importance of ATV, dirt bike, side x side, and Jeep/Truck safety.
  • To help keep our mountains clean and beautiful. We plan on doing multiple trash pick-up rides through the year to help keep our mountains clean and help improve the image of ATVing and other off-road sports.
  • To help support other local organizations and local businesses. Our club wants to be involved in postively impacting our community in any way we can. We will choose other local projects that we will are important to improving our county and participate in them in any way we can.

 We are located in Bell County KY, which is located on the Kentucky/Tennessee/Virginia state line, in the shadow of the famous Cumberland Gap, where Daniel Boone opened the Gateway to the west via the Wilderness Road. Also home to Middlesboro, KY, the town built inside a meteor crater.

We are deep rooted in Appalachian tradition and southern highland culture.  Corn bread and coal mines.  Log cabins and over-alls. Front porch conversations and deals sealed with a hand shake. And of course, a  down-home, come-on-in-and-grab-a-plate attitude. No matter who you are or where you are from, the people of the mountains of southeast Kentucky will treat you like next of kin.

We in Bell County are blessed with breath-taking mountain views and some of the best trail riding the world has to offer. The coal and lumber industries have left us with trails of all kinds and of all difficulties. From level gravel roads with spectacular views that are great for beginning riders to rutted out, rocky log roads that would make even the most experienced riders get chicken skin (that's goose-bumps in mountain talk)...Bell County has both and everything in between. Mud, dirt, gravel, rocky creek beds...whatever you want in a trail riding experience, we got it.

Great mountain views. Great trail riding. And great people. We invite you to come on down to the mountains and experience it first-hand. We know that once you do, you'll be back for more.