Redneck Yacht Club For OHV Driving

The 6th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Florida.

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Northeast of Fort Myers and east of Punta Gorda, the 800 acre Redneck Yacht Club is a premier mud track and trail riding area open to OHV/4WD. There area a wide range of wooded trails to explore, and of course, four mud holes to test your mudding skills. The mud holes are described below.

Pine Island Sound is the main mud hole. It has about 5-6 islands that serve as the meeting place for vehicles of all sizes, but watch out because there are several spots that will get you if you don't pay attention.

The Grouper Hole is located west of Pine Island Sound and is perfect for the smaller vehicles, but will also pose a challenge to some of the larger vehicles as well. Here, you’ll find plenty of water as well as some deep areas that will get you if you’re not watching.

Gator Slough is just over the red bridge, tucked away west of the mud track. There is a combination of hills, trails and definitely mud! This is a great place for those that looking for some excitement, but don’t want to get too wet.

Hog Waller is just west of the mud track and is a great place for everyone to come together. Here, you’re sure to be in the spotlight so come on out and show us what you got!

The Redneck Yacht Club is located at 44570 Bermont Road in Punta Gorda.

Overall, Redneck Yacht Club is the 6th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 8 OHV routes in Florida.

Redneck Yacht Club (FL/US)

Redneck Yacht Club (FL/US)


Local Contact(s):  Redneck Yacht Club (941) 505-8465; Florida Visitor Information (850) 488-5607.

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Onsite primative camping

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  26.94583, -81.732531

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  7/6/2016

ID:  22360


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