We publish a schedule of classes for the current year. You can view all the dates by selecting the Recreational Training Schedule menu and then click on the class you are interested in.
How much are classes?
Many of our clinics are $275 per person per day. You can see the price just below the class date by selecting tab Recreational Training Schedule menu and then click on the class you are interested in.
Does it cost extra to bring another person if they are not going to drive?
Yes – We charge per person including passengers since we feel everyone attending, riding, watching, etc. learns a great deal.
Can I bring a Minor/Child with me?
Yes – However with the Pandemic we are limiting classes to 10 and this might not be the best time to bring a child. Badlands Off-Road Adventures does not charge for children who are not licensed drivers. Children are welcome to attend and ride along. Older children (6 years and older) will have a blast. You are responsible to ensure they stay out of the path of other vehicles. The classroom portion may be too longs for smaller children.
Can I bring a dog with me?
Yes – Dogs are welcome. It is your responsibility that they do not disturb other students, are put in danger of being run over, or create a situation with other dogs.
Does Day 1 and Day 2 need to be done on the same weekend?
No, we treat each day as a separate class, so you control, as much as possible, the combination of clinics and attendees within the constraints of group clinic pricing. For this reason, we provide several one-day sessions that you can select, combine into a multi-day clinic or take individually at a later time.
A full refund will be issued if you cancel more than 14 days before the start of an event.
If you cancel within 2 days of the event: – the balance is transferable to another event within 12 months of the cancellation date.
If you do not show up and did not cancel, you better have a darn good reason to convince us to transfer the balance to another event.
If we must cancel an event, a full refund will be issued.
Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs can seriously impair an individual’s judgement and reactions leading to an increased risk of accidents and injury. We require that all drivers are sober when driving. Drinking alcoholic beverages or using drugs before or during the driving clinics or during the driving portion of an off-road event is not allowed by the driver and any of the passengers. Since, we will be driving after lunch, alcoholic beverages are not allowed at lunch.
On our adventure trips, we have no objections, to drinking alcoholic beverages in moderation in camp after all driving is completed for the day. If a night run is planned, then there is no drinking of alcohol until after the vehicles return to camp and are parked for the rest of the evening.
We have a zero-tolerance policy regarding these substances and their use until we reach camp each day.
We require that all beverages (whether alcoholic or not) be in metal or plastic containers. Glass containers are not allowed in much of our travel area.