What's a Mudstock without some of the tastiest southern food around? Whether you were craving corn dogs, chicken-fried chicken sandwiches, fried catfish strips, baked potatoes, poboys or the good old standby the hamburger, the food trucks and concession stands set up at River Run ATV Park this weekend managed to fill attendees' bellies -- and then some!
We knew Mudstock attendees were party animals, but they took it one step further -- by actually bringing their pets to River Run ATV Park! We saw dogs cruising on ATVs, cats loafing near the front office, a lemur making new friends and even an uninvited raccoon with a taste for tortilla chips.
This year's Can-Am ATV Mudstock is a wrap! It was a jam-packed four days full of mud racing, ATV riding, great live country music, delicious food and good friends. We've rounded up some of the best pictures taken at River Run ATV Park in Jacksonville, Texas in one place for you to check out and share with your friends and family.
The innocence of children is often heartwarming, but it can also be hilarious. Take this cute Vine video of a little girl who sums up flirting with a series of eye blinks and a sudden "Hey, bud!" If only it were that easy.
If you're planning on attending this year's Can-Am ATV Mudstock in Jacksonville, Texas and wondering if you can bring along some firewood, we have an answer. The lifting of an area burn ban means Mudstock goers are allowed to bring wood for campfires.
We're already opening the gates to this year's Can-Am ATV Mudstock one day earlier, but if you'd like to make sure you get the maximum amount of mudding time it's not a bad idea to print out our Mudstock 2013 waiver and have it fully completed for when you pull up in Jacksonville, Texas on Oct. 2-6.
NCIS: Louisiana? Could be! According to several outlets, CBS' popular crime show NCIS will get a little Cajun flavor this spring with a two-part episode that takes place in New Orleans. Word is, this could lead to a spin-off series for the show.
Good Samaritans can be found all around us. Look no further than this touching story of an anonymous couple who paid for their fellow restaurant goers' meals as a way to remember their daughter and spread goodwill.
World War Z, the Brad Pitt-lead zombie action flick that had more production problems than there are actual zombie movies out there, turned out to be a box office hit. However, that doesn't mean it was free of zombie movie clichés and awkward moments.
YouTube channel Screen Junkies' honest take on the popular novel's film adaptation ignores the good while tackling the bad and the ugly.
Michael Childs, the man who purportedly left a hilarious voice mail message of him providing a play-by-play description of a car accident and describing how a group of four old women beat up a man who hit their car, has Shreveport roots.
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