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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:05 am 
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another place is thinking about catering to full-size users in michigan.

http://www.ogemawtrails.com/


You have to call ahead with groups right now, but plans are in place for it to grow.

there is a "big" day scheduled the last weekend in May 2008.


200 miles from my place not bad have you been there yet? I saw where they had the Great Lakes Run on there site but not knowing anyone didnt want to just show up


nope, haven't been there yet, i know people that have and i plan on going at the end of may, with the Zuk. They are supposed to have trails for Stockers/mild, so it might be kind of fun, but once you get that far north there are 2 tracks to play on too.

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Is that it for ohio, Wellsville and Painted Rock that sucks and is hard to believe. i guess i will head to the dunes.


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New spot to wheel in Southern Indiana, North of Evansville Interlake Property Opened August 23, 2008. Also if your a Geocacher, there's a couple of caches out there on the 4x4 trails.

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New apot to wheel in Southern Indiana, North of Evansville Interlake Property Opened August 23, 2008.


the interlake site has a nice map of places in indiana... cool find 501 :D

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Good deal 501!!!! that place you were telling me about looks good, maybe a spring trip is in order, know a couple of people from here that would be up for it just to check it out

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suprised no one has added jeepskool yet.

www.jeepskool.com

also i read in a offroad mag a long time ago that there were a lot of roads in ohio that were no used and forgotten a long time ago but still open to those who want to use them (mostly jeeps and 4x4's). anyone know anything about these? it's legal..

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http://www.bundyhilloffroad.com/ Jerome, MI About 1-1/2 hrs North of Toledo
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http://www.northwoodsoverland.com/

http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/maps/ohv/gandy_dancer.pdf

I just found these places online, thought I'd share. The Nemadji State Forest one is near the WI/MN border near Superior Duluth, closer for some of us WI members, but looks fun.

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Big Rock Off Road Park / Maysville, Ky

A nearly 2000 acre park that has been open to only atvs and dirtbikes for the last 10 years has opened to fullsize 4x4's.
Go to their web-site http://www.bigrockoffroadpark.com for a list of the rules and regulations. Check out the Fan Page on Facebook.


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holy geez.. watch some of the videos from Overland park... talk about NOT treading lightly. just taking down trees and underbrush at will. no trails so to speak of, just making your own way through the woods!! wow.


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suprised no one has added jeepskool yet.

http://www.jeepskool.com

also i read in a offroad mag a long time ago that there were a lot of roads in ohio that were no used and forgotten a long time ago but still open to those who want to use them (mostly jeeps and 4x4's). anyone know anything about these? it's legal..



Yep Ive hit 90% of them.

No one mentioned jeepskool becuase no one likes the place now that theyve figured out what I figured out in my first trip.

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No one mentioned jeepskool becuase no one likes the place now that theyve figured out what I figured out in my first trip.



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Rocks & Valleys off-road park in Harrison, Mi

Twisted Trails in Copemish, Mi

And my personal favorite Drummond Island, off the eastern point of the UP. Home to miles and miles of OHV trails, as well as Turtle Ridge Off-road Park.

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Just to let everyone know, jeepskool is gone but the property is still open. The owners took it over and opened under the name southington off road. They're open the first full weekend of the month for jeeps and the like and on the second weekend they let quads and bikes on the trails. I went there in June and had a great time. All of the problems associated with jeepskool left with robocon and it's a top notch facility. There's also a rifle range on the property. Trails are stock to highly modified.
http://www.southingtonoffroad.com/
http://m.facebook.com/Southingtonoffroa ... 09278&_rdr

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Just to let everyone know, jeepskool is gone but the property is still open. The owners took it over and opened under the name southington off road. They're open the first full weekend of the month for jeeps and the like and on the second weekend they let quads and bikes on the trails. I went there in June and had a great time. All of the problems associated with jeepskool left with robocon and it's a top notch facility. There's also a rifle range on the property. Trails are stock to highly modified.
http://www.southingtonoffroad.com/
http://m.facebook.com/Southingtonoffroa ... 09278&_rdr


Robocon's gone along with his drama. I've met the owners and some of their staff and they seem like nice folks.

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What about this one? never been there myself but wouldn't mind checking it out sometime..

http://www.harlancountytrails.com/blackmountain.php

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Rush OffRoad in KY

Ivy Creek trail head - hatfield mccoy ( yep jeep friendly)

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I realize I am bringing this thread back from the dead, but here are a couple more:


Bull Gap Hill Climb and Trailhead - Mio / Rose City, MI
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/hmnf/rec ... 8&actid=68


St. Helen Motorsport Area - St. Helen, MI
http://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/trai ... e_8fea.htm
http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-15 ... --,00.html

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Wow. Can't believe nobody has posted this one. Bring out the Libbys!

http://www.kessiejeepfarm.com/
https://www.facebook.com/kessie.jeepfarm/
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