High Lifter Products, widely known for their line of aftermarket ATV and UTV parts and accessories, puts on a mega mud party each year known as the High Lifter Mud Nationals. Thousands of offroad enthusiasts travel from across the nation to attend this five day mud event taking place at Mud Creek Offroad Park in Jacksonville, Texas.
At Mud Nationals there’s no shortage of fun, aside from cruising the trails or hitting the mud pits, daily activities are scheduled throughout the event to participate in and spectate like a poker run, the Bad 2 Da Bone audio contest, an ATV / UTV MX race, and the infamous Mudda Cross mud pit race. That’s not all, tons of food vendors offered a variety of great things to eat and on Friday and Saturday you could catch some great live music by some really talented bands.
Attendees had a chance to check out the latest side by sides as OEMS like Can Am and Polaris were present showcasing their latest models. Attendees could also check out the latest in aftermarket UTV products as many companies had booths set up in the vendor area, some vendors even had products to purchase right on site.
The High Lifter Mud Nationals in definitely one of the most epic parties of the year, one cool thing about Mud Nats is that the baddest and over the top UTV builds that you’ve ever seen are present and ready for action. If you haven’t been you should really put it on your bucket list, you can find more info on the event at – www.atvmudnationals.com.
Unfortunately we couldn’t make it to Mud Nats this year but courtesy of Chris Cantrell, Rick Reyes and the Monsters of the South LLC crew as well as Boogers Toxic Toys for providing pictures we can get an idea of how much fun the event was.
Click here for our recap from the 2016 Mud Nationals
Big thanks to Monsters of the South LLC, a family oriented riding group with some of the coolest UTVs around, check them out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/281122405391276/
For more info about Mud Nationals visit www.atvmudnationals.com
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