Windrock Park Online Permit Purchasing

Windrock Park Now Offers Online Permit Purchasing

With increased attendance, demand, and COVID-19 procedures, Windrock Park creates online portal to purchase land-use permits in advance of visiting the park.

Oliver Springs, TN: On Monday, August 24th, 2020, Windrock Park in Oliver Springs, Tennessee launched a new online land-use permit shopping portal. This online portal will allow visitors to purchase their land-use permits far in advance of their visit to the park. In the past, visitors needed to buy their permits at the Windrock Park General Store or a handful of convenience stores around the park.

Online permits can be purchased at

Windrock Park President Bill Lyon said, “We are excited to launch this online platform for our visitors because we know it’s important to them. This has been our top request, and with the season of social distancing we’re in, it just made sense to launch this as soon as we could.”

Windrock Park is the country’s largest privately-owned off-road, with over 314 miles of trails to ride and over 73,000 acres of land to explore. Windrock Park is visited by hundreds of thousands of riders every year, and the park has become a must-visit attraction for off-roaders

About Windrock Park: Windrock Park is owned and operated by Windrock Land Company. Windrock Land Company is located in Knoxville, Tennessee and was founded in 1872. The Company currently owns and manages over 73,000 acres in East Tennessee located in Anderson, Campbell, Morgan, and Roane Counties. Windrock’s corporate headquarters are in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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