Stony Lonesome 505

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Stony Lonesome 505 is a straight-through, one-way trail that starts with a steep and narrow downhill descent as you make your way towards Cousin Eddy hill climb and Skull Crusher hill climb. The trail is rocky and rutty, with two holes that abruptly sneak up on you as you can't see them over the vehicle's hood. Those holes have large rocks, so fast-moving vehicles could damage components if not careful. The trail is mainly used as an access road to the two aforementioned hill climbs and is suitable for any high clearance 4-wheel drive.

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.

The closest hotels reside in the town of Cullman, about a 21-minute drive northeast.