Catering to the south east states and to some major military areas, North Carolina and OEXs locations have everything you need.

Uwharrie National Forest offers a huge number of trails with an even more varied selection of terrains. In addition OEX has lands that border Fort Bragg military area in Fayetteville. Between these two places OEX has over 70 miles of trails and many thousands of acres of land.

As with all our location branches are composed of purpose made trails (high density design explicitly for training saturation), mix random purpose and manufactured trails, and general existing trails.

Our Ft Bragg and Uwharrie locations both have over 3000 acres dedicated to purposed made trails. While other 4×4 businesses use public lands, our lands are private and the environmental protection is central to the design of the course. Learn and make mistakes here; it can be isolated and controlled. In addition, the course design allows for more learning in less time – down time is minimized and distractions from the public are non-existent.

Each location has meeting buildings, shelters, and miles of trails. Local to these areas are other lands we use that have existing “roads” of varying quality from gravel roads, to swampy logging tracks. Sand, rock, clay, dirt, mud – everything you need.

We feel this new branch will allow us to cater to our military clients better than ever, while adding even more options for our industrial and recreational market. Combine this with a fleet of vehicles that pertain to all 4×4 platforms and our Hilux and Land Cruisers most often utilized in the field by military special operation forces, and… well all our clients win.

In addition OEX’s offering of ATV/LTATV/UTV and Motorcycle training will make full use of the lands and terrain.

Meeting Place

North Carolina: Our meeting place is the Eldorado Outpost, 4021 NC Highway 109 N, Troy, NC 27371. We will meet here each morning at 8:00am, order our food for the day and then head out to our course location.


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