1. The event is open to all sorts of off-road vehicles, including jeeps, four-wheelers, trucks, rock buggies. People even can go on mountain bikes or on foot. Trails range from beginners to pros.
2. The courses will feature checkpoints where contestants get chips. At the end, officials figure who has the highest hand based on the chips.
3. The third-annual run features giveaways and drawings for a variety of items, including stickers, tools, T-shirts, tires and winches. Half of proceeds go to graded payout for the top five hands. The other half goes to park upgrades.
Jeff Hodge of King Tires said the third annual poker run is a family-oriented recreation opportunity.
"A lot of times, it's hard to find a place to take your little ones," Hodge said. "There's something for everybody, no matter what you have or what you don't have."
There will be several food trucks and other vendors.
"Last year, it seemed as much like an off-road show as anything," he said. "Tricked-out jeeps and side-by-sides out there."
FOR MORE INFORMATION: (918) 682-6691.
ONLINE: Gruber ORV Park Poker Run Facebook page.