Stony Lonesome 502

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Stony Lonesome 502 is a two-way traffic trail that is 1 of 2 trails you can take to access the Badge of Honor trail, Switchback, and the Timbuk 2 hill climb. The trail starts off the 501 trail and gets the blood pumping immediately with a steep ledge climb. You'll likely need a bump to get over it. You'll then trek up and down a steep dirt hill and cross over Rock Garden and the Timbuck trails. The trail weaves through car-sized boulders, where you'll eventually encounter two massive rock slabs. There are multiple lines across the slabs, none of which are easier than the others. Pick a line that best suits your build. The trail concludes at the Switchback and 501 trail intersection.

This trail is best suited for modified vehicles with oversized tires. Traction aid devices and a winch are recommended.

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 they 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.