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List of offroad spots

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Old 11-22-2008
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www.badlandsoffroad.com Great place to go in Indiana.
 
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Sweet deal thanks man
 
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damn, nothin in maryland
 
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if i see dirt or mud i'm on it. but it would me nice to do it legally! nice find
 
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yeah man, i know what you mean. some illegal wheelin is getting caught around me now.
 
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My brother went to another place down in Laurel, Indiana. I haven't been yet, but I heard a lot of people go there, mostly with quads and bikes though. Not sure about the truck trails.

http://www.haspinacres.com/
 
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hey if any ones close me and kymudder08 are trying to get some guys and girls together to go out wheelin on peabody in muhlenberg kentucky and its not illegal
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Don't know if anyone has ever heard of it but there is a great spot here in West Virginia in the wayne county area called The Ridge. It has some of the greatest trails I have ever seen and in some parts if you don't have a lift or a good set of tires your not going to get far. There are alot of mud holes out there too and one is called the barge hole and has a old vw bug sittin at the bottom if that tells you about how deep it is.It also has 4 wheeler trails and its good for buggy rides. If anyone is interested I can put detailed instructions on how to get there.
 
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i found out about one in lyons NY
 
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Ya it sucks getting caught. Me and a friend were on some legal trails that were mixed with atv tails. we both ended up getting stuck and had to leave to go get another truck. we came back and both of our trucks were gone. I guess we ended up on a closed trail that supposedly had a berm in the begging. to bad my stock truck was able to get over it so it wasn't even noticeable. we found out our trucks had been towed cause a sheriff saw them cause we got stuck at the very end of the trail were it comes out to a road. we both had to pay a 500 $ towing bill... What a bunch of bs...
 
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Nothing in jersey =[
 
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Originally Posted by tluafeD View Post
what farm and is it open to the public?
505 hamersville, Ohio....Raush Creek Pennsylvania

You can mud at my farm anyday, your only hour and half from me
 
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ya NY is missing and also i am shocked why it is not there...???
 
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The only place I knew of here in PA was called Paragon.

Corrupt, greedy politicians shut it down and built housing for illegal scumbag immigrants there....
 
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anywhere in oregon?
 
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I love Haspin Acres. Go there all the time. I just wish it was a little bit closer. i would hate to breakdown there. I mostly take my dirtbike, they have some pretty gnarly hills for trucks. Look up Devils backbone trail in haspin.
 
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Black mountain recreation area and scramble. Hill Climbs, mud runs and high speed two-tracks. All kinds of fun in northern michigan I don't have any pics but here is a link
http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7...9439--,00.html
 
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I lived in PA for a year or slightly more there are all kinds of trails around the white hall Jim thorpe area.
 
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Originally Posted by jajahotspot View Post
anywhere in oregon?
YES! An Oregonian! There are several places east of Portland, such as Wildcat mountain, browns camp, goat mountain, lolo pass, and squatch mountain. That's all that I know and I'm from sandy
 
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anybody know of legal trails closer to indianapolis, badlands and haspin acres are a bit of a drive and the cops in my area know my truck all too well ive been stopped multiple times(always funny when the cops have to get muddy just to get to your truck), not to mention ive got a housing developer thretening to file a suit if he sees my truck again (property used to be owned by the state so noone cared if we wheeled but this guy doesnt like it at all and hunters booby trapped our other trail with boards with nails in them,my buddy ended up finding it the hard way in his jeep)
 
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Saw a list of awesome Off-roading parks in the offroaders website. It's such an expensive hobby. I hope to save enough money for it.
 
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Hey I purchased a rwd ranger a couple of months ago. Since then I have had some regrets about not purchasing a 4wd. Any ideas on some small modifications to make my truck drive more like a 4wd?
 
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