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traile riding in Central Florida

I wanna go but dont know where any are. can some tell me where some are
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Withlacoochee State Forest in Inverness
Ocala National Forest
Richloam WMA in Sumter county

Those are a few good places. Most of it is pretty mild.
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in polk county, at the intersection of SR54 and US98 there is a place about 1/4 mile down 54 on the left
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in polk county, at the intersection of SR54 and US98 there is a place about 1/4 mile down 54 on the left
Isn't that over in lacoochee? I know a lot of people go down there to play.
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i've always called it rancho...but no.. if u go up US98 north from lakeland, turn left on SR54 towards Zhills... its right down there on the left... only a little 2 track to go in
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r these trails for trucks
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rancho has trails for trucks, quads,dirt bikes.. etc.... just make sure u have someone with u
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rancho has trails for trucks, quads,dirt bikes.. etc.... just make sure u have someone with u
Oh, I was thinking wrong, For some reason I was thinking up 301.
Ton of people go to rancho too.

Theres some places up 301 in lacoochee too.
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r these trails for trucks
The ones I mentioned are. I spend most of my weekends in the Withlacoochee State Forest. Specifically the Citrus plot in Inverness.
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where is rancho at ?
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You also have what we florida people call the black hole in port st jhon.. Its prrety Nasty out there. go try it out... Its over by cocoa florida..
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where is rancho at ?

just told you.. state road 54 and us 98.. if ur on 98 its about 1/4 mile down on the left.. all you will see is a little road opening in the woods
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The ones I mentioned are. I spend most of my weekends in the Withlacoochee State Forest. Specifically the Citrus plot in Inverness.
LOL I'm out there frequently and the only time I've seen you is on SR200 and Hwy41/44. BTW, nice truck!

For the OP: Click Here The Citrus Tract is letter C on the map.
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i think we need to set up some sort of 1 day trail riding event
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LOL I'm out there frequently and the only time I've seen you is on SR200 and Hwy41/44. BTW, nice truck!
I saw you drove by Publix when I was in the parking lot one time. If you want to catch me out in the forest though, you will have to be out there pretty late at night. Sometimes I am out there during the day, but when I go with friends we usually don't get out there until 10-11:00 at night.

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i would liek to go but you guys would leave in the mud or somthing i have 235/75/ 15 trail tires lol just got it would e fun to go im only 2wd. but i would like to go.
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