Featured Story - Home Slider Marble Falls news News News By Town Hidden Falls Adventure Park off-roader dies after striking tree Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) 05/17/22 | DailyTrib.com A 56-year-old man died May 14 at Hidden Falls Adventure Park in Marble Falls after his utility vehicle struck a tree. Burnet County Sheriff’s Office deputies and emergency crews responded to the park, located in the 7000 block of RR 1431 east of Marble Falls, at about 5:25 p.m. Saturday. According to a Sheriff’s Office media release, Adam Scott Fuller of Lorena died after the Polaris RAZR UTV he was operating left the pathway and hit a tree. The impact ejected Fuller from the vehicle. The man was not using a seatbelt or wearing a helmet, according to the release. Fuller died at the scene. Authorities have ordered an autopsy. firstname.lastname@example.org DailyTrib.com See author's posts Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Tags: Adam Scott Fuller, hidden falls adventure park Continue Reading Previous Marble Falls Visitor Center stages summer student art showNext Hotel-conference center name honors Marble Falls’ first woman mayor You Might Like Featured Story - Home Slider Government Llano County News Llano County changes LCSO pay structure to comply with federal law 12/05/22 | Dakota Morrissiey Featured Story - Home Slider Marble Falls news News News By Town New City Hall must be ‘iconic’ 12/05/22 | Nathan Bush Government Highland Haven Marble Falls news News News By Town GOVERNMENT MEETINGS: For the week of Dec. 5 12/02/22 | DailyTrib.com 1 thought on “Hidden Falls Adventure Park off-roader dies after striking tree” So sad to learn of Mr. Fuller’s death at Adventure Falls. Praying others will learn from this tragic loss and use seatbelts and helmets. Those safety equipment items should NOT be required to operate one’s vehicle there. The whole concept, as I understand it, is to cut loose from the patterned driving on highways and roads. To do that, a driver assumes her/his own liability and risk of damage to vehicle and body. I am saddened for Mr. Fuller’s family and hope they share many fond memories. May he R.I.P. Comments are closed. DailyTrib.com moderates all comments. Comments with profanity, violent or discriminatory language, defamatory statements, or threats will not be allowed. The opinions and views expressed here are those of the person commenting and do not necessarily reflect the official position of DailyTrib.com or Victory Media Marketing.