2020 Main Event
Vehicle line up starts at 0700 on 2 May 2020 and there is a mandatory drivers meeting at 0900. Hidden Falls Adventure Park has extended its normal hours for our event and they are as follows. You must make any arrangements for late arrivals on Friday with the park itself.
- Thursday, April 30 – 9am-9pm (NO Late Arrivals)
- Friday, May 1 – 9am-9pm (Late arrival available, MUST CALL to be put on the late list)
- Saturday, May 2 – 8am-7pm (Late arrival available, MUST CALL to be put on the late list)
- Sunday, May 3 – 8am-2pm (Everyone must exit by 5pm)
Registration helps Wheelers For The Wounded – Texas prepare for our upcoming event in allowing us to get an idea of the number of people we need to feed, how much swag to order, how many rigs we need to plan for in the trail groups and how many seats we have available for our wounded service members, veterans and their family members.
No, they are completely separate. Provided you have all your passenger seats available for our guests, you will be will receive a $40 refund, PLUS up to four meal tickets for your group and a grab bag. You will then register and pay the park separately. Hidden Falls Adventure Park will donate 20% of the gate entry fees back to Wheelers For The Wounded!
The Wheelers For The Wounded – Texas Main Event will go on as planned rain or shine as long as we can safely move the rigs out on the trails.
We love our pets and want to include them whenever possible but this is a very large event that can be very loud and chaotic at times and unfortunately some parents or other pet owners do not have their kids or pets under control. Additionally, there are some people that fear dogs. For these reasons, we s STRONGLY discourage bringing your pet to the event festivities. If you can safely keep your pet at your campsite for Saturday’s event you are more than welcome to bring them as long as you comply with the park rules concerning pet.
The Wheelers For The Wounded – Texas Main Event is for taking our wounded service members, veterans and their family members out on the trails for the day and we need to ensure we have enough open seats for them. This is why we offer a refund for vehicles with ALL of their passenger seats available for our guest.
Maybe. Our priority is to make sure that every wounded service member, veteran and family member has a seat to ride in. While we want to be able to afford every driver the ability to pair up with a veteran we would rather have a seat or rig left open than having one of our honored guests left wanting to go out on a ride.
We do our very best to go out and visit our local military facilities to promote and recruit as many people as we can and base the number of busses we hire according to the number of people our points of contact tell us are coming. This is a totally free event for them and sometimes some of them will decide not to come. Many will often decide to drive themselves out so they can come and go as they please and are not dependent upon the bus schedule. We also have busses coming from several different bases located in central Texas and while try our best to have them arrive at the same time it is not always possible. Additionally, many of our drivers and volunteers are veterans themselves. Therefore, the number of people you see getting off of the bus will not represent the number of our wounded service members, veterans and their family members at the event.
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