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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 3:11 pm 
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Okay so after lots of research here is the new list of trails I have found in KS and OK, Ill check for NE later.

Trails In our area:

Kansas Off-Road Parks

Kansas Badlands Off-Road Park
http://www.kansasbadlands.com/
Address: I35 & Highway 166, South Haven, KS 67140
Phone number(s): (620) 892 – 5232
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Hours of operation: Open 7 days a week ALL YEAR LONG
Admission fees:
1-day pass: Special events: $10/person
3-day pass: $5/person, your wristband is good
for the entire week MON-SUN

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park
http://www.ksrockspark.com/
Address: 2051 130th Road, Mapleton, KS 66754
Phone number(s): (913) 782-5611
Vehicles permitted: ORV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 240 acres
Terrain: With over 165 feet elevation change in the park there are a lot of hills and valley to explore. And YES Kansas DOES have ROCKS. Twisty trails through the trees and rocky climbs that will challenge every level.
Hours of operation: Summer Hours (Effective Daylight Savings):
Saturday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Winter Hours:
Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

All park hours subject to change due to weather.

Admission fees:
1-day pass: $10
1-year pass: $50
Onsite camping: Available
Campsite fees:
1-day pass: $5


Syracuse Sand Dunes Park

http://www.syracusesanddunes.com/
Address: Syracuse, KS 67878
Phone number(s): (620) 384-2480
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 1,280 acres
Terrain: Sand dunes
Hours of operation: Open daily
1-day pass: $5


Tuttle Creek ORV Area

http://www.travelks.com/s/index.cfm?LID=5830
Address: Manhattan, KS 66502
Phone number(s): (785) 539-8511
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 310 acres
Terrain: This 310-acre park is open to all motorized and non-motorized vehicles. This off-road area features many miles of steep and rugged trails.
Hours of Operation: Daylight hours.

Oklahoma Off-Road Parks


Beaver Dunes State Park
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+3582
Address: Beaver, OK 73932
Phone number(s): (580) 625-3373
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Difficult
Park size/trail length: 360 acres
Terrain: Offers sand dune riding for 4x4 vehicles, motorcycles, dune buggies and ATVs.
Hours of operation: Open daily.
Onsite camping: Available

Camp Gruber Recreation Area

http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... ?id=1-UI54
Address: Braggs, OK 74423
Phone number(s): (479) 649-5317 (918) 686-4332
Vehicles permitted: ORV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 450 acres
Onsite camping: Available

Clayton Lake State Park
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+3588
Address: Clayton, OK 74536
Phone number(s): (918) 569-7981
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: Forest filled with off-road trails suited for every vehicle type. Public and private 4x4 areas offer enough trails to last for several weeks of wheeling. Some of the best four wheeling areas in the country are available around the Clayton area.
Onsite camping: Available

D-Day Adventure Park

http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... id=1-32F8D
Address: 66800 E 175 Rd, Wyandotte, OK 74370
Phone number(s): (918) 666-3411
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: Run the 4X4 trails, play in the mud arena, or mix it up on the dirt drags - it's all up to you.
Hours of operation: Closed in Winter.
Friday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Hogan's Offroad Park
Address: Disney, OK 74340
Phone number(s): (918) 435-800
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: There are 3 major spillways hosting some of the most extreme rock crawling in the country. Also there are several trails leading through the woods that range from casual single track through the trees, muddy swamps to nasty loose hill climbs.
Hours of operation: Open 24/7
Onsite camping: Available
Campsite fees:
Hogan's offers primitive campsites, full hook-ups for RV's and cabins for rent. We also have clean his/her restrooms with hot showers.

Lake Ellsworth
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+5415
Address: Hwy 81 N, Lawton, OK 73502
Phone number(s): (580) 581-3400
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: Enjoy fishing, hunting, water recreation, camping, off-road vehicles. Additional facilities include a marina and heated fishing dock.
Onsite camping: Available

Lake Murray State Park & Lodge
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+6446
Address: 3323 Lodge Rd, Ardmore, OK 73401
Phone numbers: (800) 257-0322 (580) 223-6600
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: Oklahoma's oldest and largest state park, located on the shores of beautiful Lake Murray. Wonderful ATV area for 3/4 wheelers, motorcycles and dirt bikes.
Onsite camping: Available

Lake Stanley Draper
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+6164
Address: 8301 SE 104th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73165
Phone number: (405) 297-2422
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: The city of Oklahoma City maintains a motorcycle and ATV (3 or 4 wheel) area on the north side of the lake. Also, an extensive trail system winds through this heavily wooded ORV area located on West Elm Creek Reservation.
Hours of operation:
Monday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Tuesday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Wednesday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Thursday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Friday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Saturday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Admission fees:
1-day pass: Free admission

Little Sahara State Park

http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+3602
Address: 101 Main Street, Waynoka, OK 73860Phone number(s):(580) 824-1471
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Difficult
Park size/trail length: 1,790 acres
Terrain: Rugged sand dune terrain - dunes range from 25-75 ft. high - great for 4x4, motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts.
Onsite camping: Available

Ouachita National Forest
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+5611
Address: 52175 US Hwy 59, Hodgen, OK 74939
Phone number: (918) 653-2991
Vehicles permitted: ORV, ATV, OHM
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 352,000 acres
Terrain: Many miles of unpaved forest roads provide dirt bike and four-wheel drive enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy some of Oklahoma's most scenic and rugged terrain.
Onsite camping: Available

Pensacola Dam

http://www.travelok.com/toDo/activityDe ... =1+5U+5682
Address: Disney, OK 74340
Phone numbers: (918) 782-9594 (918) 782-3214
Vehicles permitted: ORV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Terrain: Some of the best rock crawling in the country for four wheelers is located at the south end of Grand Lake (directly below the dam) between the towns of Langley and Disney. The area has been nationally recognized as a destination for 4x4 users.
Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sunday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Admission fees:
1-day pass: Free admission
Onsite camping: Available

White Water Park
http://www.travelok.com/trails/4x4.asp
Address: Tulsa, OK 74103
Vehicles permitted: ORV
Trail difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Difficult
Park size/trail length: 80 acres
Onsite camping: Available

and here is a forum I just found out about and joined it is based in Randolph at Tuttle Creek, so you can join if you want
http://www.trailkrawlers4x4.org/
http://www.tulsaoffroad.com/forums/index1.php
http://www.brushbeaters.com/index.php

if you know of any other places to wheel send me a PM or post it and I will put it up here so we can have a complete list, or of any forums that would be usefull

thanks


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 10:45 pm 
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Does anyone know what trails are in our area?


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Douglass, dont look on a map for it though its too small lol im by Wichita
ive found two in KS but is that all there is?


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As far as I know there is only two places in Kansas to wheel, Tuttle Creek Lake ORV and Kansas Rocks at Fort Scott. There is Disney Oklahoma and Waynoka but I've never been down there. I have been to Tuttle Creek and it is a lot of fun just not the biggest place. I've heard that to really have fun at Fort Scott you should have atleast 35's, I'm not sure if this is true though.


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lol thanks after i posted this i did some searching and found the 2 in KS and 5 or 6 in OK

where in KS are you located? i want to get together with some others and go wheel sometime


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I'm in Hutchinson. I will hopefully have a lift on my KJ in another 6 months so I'll be able to wheel mine. But if you wanna go sometime let me know and I'll get a bunch of my buddies together that have CJs, TJs, YJs you name it and we'll get a trip together.

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how about here:
http://www.lostjeeps.com/forum/phpBB3/vie ... hp?t=24762

RADDKJ is going and im gonna try to make it, i should be able to unless something comes up


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who knows what trails are in Nebraska? are there any more in Oklahoma?
if we can get them all listed Ill get this to be a sticky so we will know where the trails are

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There is nothing in Nebraska that I have found. We have to go to Randolph.

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lol thanks after i posted this i did some searching and found the 2 in KS and 5 or 6 in OK

where in KS are you located? i want to get together with some others and go wheel sometime


What were the ones that you found?

We also have Ouachita National Forest It's southern OK and has quite a few trails. I haven't been there but I've heard good things

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jsc7002 wrote:
lol thanks after i posted this i did some searching and found the 2 in KS and 5 or 6 in OK

where in KS are you located? i want to get together with some others and go wheel sometime


What were the ones that you found?

We also have Ouachita National Forest It's southern OK and has quite a few trails. I haven't been there but I've heard good things


The Ouachita National Forest is very nice. I've driven through there on a few occassions, however, that was before my Off-Road days so I have not taken any trails. Are you in Stillwater for school, or for work?

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Are you in Stillwater for school, or for work?


Work, I'm the Graphics Director at a local studio here in town.

I've been wanting to make a trip down there and probably will have to find some time this summer.

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Here is a new off road park opening in kansas. The Cathouse Recreation Area just north of Dighton, Kansas. I got invited to a event there on the 4th of July, but I don't think I'll be able to make it to it. It just opened to the public this year, anyway here is a map where Dighton is and some pictures from the Offroad Park.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&g ... 246216&z=8

http://www.4x4now.com/trkss.htm

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awesome thanks for sharing!

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Dighton is a little over two hours from me. Maybe we can find a date that would be good for a number of us and go.

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Sounds like fun,it's about 3 hours or so from here.

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Dighton is a little over two hours from me. Maybe we can find a date that would be good for a number of us and go.


Sure would like to check this place out. Anybody want to go somtime in the next couple of months?

dieselenthusiast, are you out in ulysses? It looks like i have a job coming up out there some time in the spring.

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dieselenthusiast wrote:
Dighton is a little over two hours from me. Maybe we can find a date that would be good for a number of us and go.


Sure would like to check this place out. Anybody want to go somtime in the next couple of months?

dieselenthusiast, are you out in ulysses? It looks like i have a job coming up out there some time in the spring.


Awesome! Let me know!

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I would like to go, I guess it would all depend on when and if I have any money at the time lol

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