Staffers of a Randolph County Girl Scout camp are showing concern for excessive noise at a neighboring motocross track.
Twin Oaks sits in the countryside of Randolph County. Intended as a practice track designed for a handful of people, the track recently had 45 riders show up.
"We started a few jumps and made a trail. Friends started coming over, and they told their friends. Before we knew it we had a lot of people," said Ricky Loflin, owner of Twin Oaks.
The track has grabbed the attention of not only nearby tracks but county commissioners and a nearby girl scout camp for completely different reasons.
Camp Keyauwee sits through the woods only about 1/4 mile from the track. Staffers and campers said the track has a history of making too much noise, especially at night.
"This is a camp for girls to come out and enjoy nature and provide education, so to have the bikes riding at night is a nightmare," said Charlotte Elliott, program manager of Camp Keyauwee.