Can we camp at Quadna Mud Nationals?

Yes, you can camp within the Quadna Mountain Park.  All camping within the park is primitive camping, meaning you must bring a generator and water source for your use.  RV camping within the Quadna Mountain Park during Mud Nationals is $30 for the entire 3 days.  There is also camping at the Quadna Mountain Resort adjacent to the park.  You can reserve RV sites with full-hookups, partial hook-ups and primitive camping. To make reservations, call 800-422-6649

Where do I register for an event?
Registrations for the competition events at Mud Nationals and information on Mud Nationals as a whole will be available in the tent located beside the High Lifter Retail store in the vendor area. You can also pre-register here at the website if you want to skip the sign-up line and save yourself some time and effort.


What kind of vendors/retailers will be there?

There will be vendors selling all types of products and parts as well as manufacturers displaying the latest model of ATV/UTV and possibly even snowmobiles for the coming winter season.  A complete list of vendors will be available in the Vendor menu at the top of each page.  Vendors will continue to be added as they sign up for their booth.

Is there a place for my RV, camper, or tent?

There is a limited number of reserved campsights available through Quadna Mountain Resort.  Don’t be disappointed if you don’t get a spot with hookups, there are tons of acres of camping area available for self-contained campers, RVs, and tents within the park gates – no reservation required, just come in and find a good spot to setup camp.  RV camping within the Mud Nationals is $30 for the entire 3 days.

Are there showers and/or toilets? 

High Lifter has provided a 6 cabana mobile shower unit that will be kept as clean as possible throughout the week. There are portable toilets placed throughout the park during this event.  High Lifter will also have a "Camper's Corner" available in it's retail tent for those things you may forget or run out of while camping.  There will also be bagged ice and gasoline available on site for your convenience.

Are there phones available or cell service in the area?

Anybody coming to the park needs to keep cell phones on, however please tell friends and family that they won’t always work due to the number of people that attend and therefore limited cell tower access. Please be mindful and considerate of this fact when using your phone at Mud Nationals and try to reduce cell phone usage if possible during this time. Due to the possibility of this ‘congestion’ we suggest you schedule a time with friends/family to check in as there is no way to locate anyone in the park if a family emergency happens and someone requests that we find you.

Will there be security at High Lifter Quadna Mud Nationals?

Security and police officers will be on patrol in the campgrounds, parking areas, trails and vendor areas observing for any violation of park or High Lifter attendance rules and policies or other reckless, dangerous, or unlawful behavior. While attending Quadna Mud Nationals you are subject to all Minnesota laws. Don’t drink and drive, don’t litter, wear your seatbelt while driving outside the park, etc. Make sure all items in your camping area are secured, take keys out of vehicles when parked. We ask that you respect others’ property and always be responsible when operating a vehicle in the park.

Is alcohol allowed?

Yes, however we have an alcohol policy that you should be familiar with before attending.
This policy does not prohibit consumption of alcoholic beverages in campsites or when not riding. It also does not require inspection of ice chests. It is simply an effort to improve safety and decrease the potential for accidents.

My ATV has a snorkel taller than 6" above stock, and I have large aftermarket tires.  Will I be able to ride?

Yes, the restrictions on ATVs and SxSs apply ONLY to the State or Public Trail System.  Quadna Mountain Park is private property and you may ride the 1200 acres of trails with your modifications.  Should you decide to leave the park and explore the Public Trail System, be aware of the restrictions to prevent any fines, etc. from the Minnesota Depart.of Natural Resources. A pdf of the Off-Highway Vehicle Regulations has been provided on the front of this website for you to review.   

Minnesota requires a permit to ride the trails.  Will I need a permit?  

Permits are only required to ride the state trail system.  Should you decide to leave the park and ride the trail system, you will need a permit.  There will be someone on-site that you can apply and purchase a permit from.  There will also be staff members and trail ambassadors at the state trail entrances in the park to answer any questions before you hit the state trails. 



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