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Coalmont TN OHV New Park info

jeeptj99

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The pic I saw looked like somebody that was riding there backed over one of the new RV hook ups with their trailer and drove off . I could be wrong . There is some rough people in grundy but there's some I wouldn't trade for alot people.

Mountain folk are some of the best folk.... until you piss them off.
 

gregers05

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We had a group ride there this past weekend. The trails within the park seem to be mostly fire roads that have some very steep sections with loose rock and a ton of steep, tight switchbacks. Was bone dry this weekend but it will be sketchy AF when its wet. Scenery is great with a few areas that have phenomenal views. Saw some cool trails leading off the park property that were marked as private property, but being unfamiliar with the area, not sure where they went or how hard they were and who owns the property. Some of the creek bed trails were fun, but nothing super difficult. Most trails were marked with numbers but the trail map doesnt have trail numbers on it. Could see the trails being completely different this time next year after they get dug out by traffic. Had a couple trucks get some pretty good body damage from one of the trails being super narrow.

FWIW, i was in a 1st gen tacoma on 33s with f/r lockers and didnt have any issue and only had to use lockers a handful of times, mostly to make getting up a few loose steep hills easier. Also had a razer and couple buggies with 40s.

Campground was nice, and aside from some a**holes ripping through the campground on razers blasting music at 3am, we didnt have any problems.

Not sure if we will go back next year, but if we do, I'd like to get a better map/info on some of those trails that go off the park.
 

Pumpkin

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They can't open until they hire a park manager. Which they are in the process of doing now. I have not officially road at the park. I have been to the Cove a few times in the last few months but went in my old way parking at a friends house. But I did have a few friends that have helped cut and mark most of the trails at the park.
 

Markrobinson

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They can't open until they hire a park manager. Which they are in the process of doing now. I have not officially road at the park. I have been to the Cove a few times in the last few months but went in my old way parking at a friends house. But I did have a few friends that have helped cut and mark most of the trails at the park.
Wonder what that job pay/entails.
 

xjcrawler

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All of this for 18-25 an hour???......

Responsibilities

The Park Manager oversees all aspects of the OHV Park operation and is ultimately responsible for how all business is conducted in all areas of the park

The Park Manager is also responsible for promoting a positive work environment, maintaining the off highway vehicle culture and providing the park the opportunity to succeed, grow and thrive

The Park Manager is also responsible for ensuring that each guest to the park has an enjoyable and memorable experience

The Park Manager will report to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Ensuring cleanliness and organization of the assigned park by overseeing course upkeep, maintenance and repairs

Overseeing design, implementation and handling of all park projects, programs, and operational duties, including systems operation and infrastructure maintenance

Creatively bring and implement innovative ideas, park structures and operation to the assigned park; this involves communicating new ideas to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Implement park policies and procedures, and best practices/strategies, make recommendations and assist in additions/changes to the policy and procedure manual

Coordinates and assists with special events and programs

Interaction with the public, community, and children

Responds to and resolves inquiries regarding programs and services; responds to requests, concerns, questions, and complaints

Oversee the safety protocols and procedures to ensure safety for all guests and employees

Accountable for the overall operations of the park ensuring maximum sales and profitability

Oversees reservation system, processing payments/fees of guests to the park, daily deposits

Keeping detailed records of cash flow, and deposits, for audit

Effectively respond to high-pressure situations, rescues and/or emergency situations that may arise

Assists with budget preparations; prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; monitors and controls expenditures

Attend, as needed, community events, recreation and various meetings to promote and develop support for recreation programs and events

Attend meetings of the OHV Park Board and the City of Coalmont

Keep records of labor and materials

Prepare detailed records and reports in a timely manner

Exposure to all types of weather and will work around light and heavy equipment

Perform other related duties as required and assigned
 

Wagfabulous

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All of this for 18-25 an hour???......

Responsibilities

The Park Manager oversees all aspects of the OHV Park operation and is ultimately responsible for how all business is conducted in all areas of the park

The Park Manager is also responsible for promoting a positive work environment, maintaining the off highway vehicle culture and providing the park the opportunity to succeed, grow and thrive

The Park Manager is also responsible for ensuring that each guest to the park has an enjoyable and memorable experience

The Park Manager will report to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Ensuring cleanliness and organization of the assigned park by overseeing course upkeep, maintenance and repairs

Overseeing design, implementation and handling of all park projects, programs, and operational duties, including systems operation and infrastructure maintenance

Creatively bring and implement innovative ideas, park structures and operation to the assigned park; this involves communicating new ideas to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Implement park policies and procedures, and best practices/strategies, make recommendations and assist in additions/changes to the policy and procedure manual

Coordinates and assists with special events and programs

Interaction with the public, community, and children

Responds to and resolves inquiries regarding programs and services; responds to requests, concerns, questions, and complaints

Oversee the safety protocols and procedures to ensure safety for all guests and employees

Accountable for the overall operations of the park ensuring maximum sales and profitability

Oversees reservation system, processing payments/fees of guests to the park, daily deposits

Keeping detailed records of cash flow, and deposits, for audit

Effectively respond to high-pressure situations, rescues and/or emergency situations that may arise

Assists with budget preparations; prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; monitors and controls expenditures

Attend, as needed, community events, recreation and various meetings to promote and develop support for recreation programs and events

Attend meetings of the OHV Park Board and the City of Coalmont

Keep records of labor and materials

Prepare detailed records and reports in a timely manner

Exposure to all types of weather and will work around light and heavy equipment

Perform other related duties as required and assigned
Kinda what I thought . It looks like two jobs rolled into one . Nonetheless the clueless people would be the straw that broke the camels back for me.
 

Bjeep

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All of this for 18-25 an hour???......

Responsibilities

The Park Manager oversees all aspects of the OHV Park operation and is ultimately responsible for how all business is conducted in all areas of the park

The Park Manager is also responsible for promoting a positive work environment, maintaining the off highway vehicle culture and providing the park the opportunity to succeed, grow and thrive

The Park Manager is also responsible for ensuring that each guest to the park has an enjoyable and memorable experience

The Park Manager will report to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Ensuring cleanliness and organization of the assigned park by overseeing course upkeep, maintenance and repairs

Overseeing design, implementation and handling of all park projects, programs, and operational duties, including systems operation and infrastructure maintenance

Creatively bring and implement innovative ideas, park structures and operation to the assigned park; this involves communicating new ideas to the Coalmont OHV Park Board

Implement park policies and procedures, and best practices/strategies, make recommendations and assist in additions/changes to the policy and procedure manual

Coordinates and assists with special events and programs

Interaction with the public, community, and children

Responds to and resolves inquiries regarding programs and services; responds to requests, concerns, questions, and complaints

Oversee the safety protocols and procedures to ensure safety for all guests and employees

Accountable for the overall operations of the park ensuring maximum sales and profitability

Oversees reservation system, processing payments/fees of guests to the park, daily deposits

Keeping detailed records of cash flow, and deposits, for audit

Effectively respond to high-pressure situations, rescues and/or emergency situations that may arise

Assists with budget preparations; prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; monitors and controls expenditures

Attend, as needed, community events, recreation and various meetings to promote and develop support for recreation programs and events

Attend meetings of the OHV Park Board and the City of Coalmont

Keep records of labor and materials

Prepare detailed records and reports in a timely manner

Exposure to all types of weather and will work around light and heavy equipment

Perform other related duties as required and assigned
Not everyone makes $50 an hour to set at a desk and watch porn like you do.
 

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