Stony Lonesome 414

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Stony Lonesome 414 is a one-way trail primarily used to access more difficult trails at the northeast end of the park. This trail is the access trail and the parallel trail to the popular Rock Creek trail (23). Although 414 is a great road to watch heavily modified rigs attempt the massive boulders along the drainage below, it also presents a couple of rock challenges of its own. The trail starts at the Main Access Road North and travels west a short distance down an easy, hard-packed road. It then passes the Rock Creek entrance and begins traveling south. Just past trail 418, you encounter a 3-foot rock ledge that crosses the trail at 45 degrees and leans you up against a tree. The park map labels this as a green trail. However, this obstacle is quite difficult and has a high potential to damage a stock vehicle. The potential for damage to windshield frames, mirrors, and tops, is extremely high. Vehicles with hardtops are not recommended here. Wide tires sticking out far from the body will help avoid body and top damage.

The trail continues as Rock Creek reconnects, and erosion has exposed multiple tabletop-sized rocks that could be hard to get traction on in wet conditions. The trail ends at the Main Access Road, just west of trail 407.

In its current condition, unless maintenance is performed at the off-camber ledge, this trail is best suited for modified vehicles with larger tires and body protection.

Stony Lonesome OHV Park is a private offroad park near Cullman, Alabama. The park is open Friday through Sunday. Riders must check in at the office near the start of the Main Access Road and check out at the end of the day to notify staff that you are no longer in the park.

Stony Lonesome offers several onsite accommodations, including tent campsites, RV campsites with full hookups, cabin rentals, and other unit rentals. Visit their website for further details.

Cullman, a 21-minute drive northeast, has the closest hotels.