BRADFORD- The fall Vermonster will be rolling into the Connecticut Valley Fairgrounds next weekend, with three days of muddy fun for the whole family.
There will be a few new evetns this time around including truck pulls, tri-truck challenege and a monster truck pit pary.
Vermonster's owner Randy Oakley explains, "We run everything from the little kids on power wheels, they race out here in front of thousands of people cheering for them. Anyone can come down out of the hills with their mud truck or daily driver."
The Fall 4x4 Festival will include all the crowd's favorites like the head to head mud drags, monster trucks, and the deep trench mud pit.
Oakley's main concern is to bring the best off-road entertainment while keeping it safe. Campers that have been to the fesitval in the past will be in for a few new rule changes.
The biggest change entails no more fires in the camping area because of the amount of fuel surronding the fairgrounds. Quite hours have also been changed to an hour earlier since it is a family event.
If you would like more information about the 4x4 festival check out the Vermonster's website at www.vermonster4x4.com.