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I can go any weekend exept september 27th. I have a charity event im doing that weekend.

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oh lol i prolly cant go that soon I just got some HUGE phone bills :roll:

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bump for the new trail list.

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Nice work Joey!

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Nice work Joey!


thanks it took forever to do, good thing Im just a college kid with no life lol, but hopefully I can find one close that I can go to when Im in OK in 2 weeks

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Good job researching wheelin' locations and posting such thorough information. I hope all of us in the midwest will benefit from it.

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Good job Joey,great information thanks.

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Joey you forgot one.. and so did I...

Quartz Mountain State Park
Lone Wolf, Oklahoma 73655
North Shore ORV Trails Open April 1st to September 30th (ONLY!!!)

Park Office: Picnic Shelter Reservations, Group Camp Rental; RV & Reunion (Group) Camping Reservations
(580) 563-2238 Daily 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
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43393 Scissortail Road
Lone Wolf, OK 73655

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Joey you forgot one.. and so did I...

Quartz Mountain State Park
Lone Wolf, Oklahoma 73655
North Shore ORV Trails Open April 1st to September 30th (ONLY!!!)

Park Office: Picnic Shelter Reservations, Group Camp Rental; RV & Reunion (Group) Camping Reservations
(580) 563-2238 Daily 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
(580) 563-2763 FAX
quartz@onenet.net
Quartz Mountain Nature Park Office
43393 Scissortail Road
Lone Wolf, OK 73655


I've got a cabin there and didn't even know that they had trails!! :o

lil black, We need to scope it out sometime!

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I knew they used too... didn't know it was still open... According to their website just from April 1st to Sep 30th..

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In Oklahoma, Right below Grand Lake Dam there is a big off road area. I dont remember the name of it but it's in Disney, OK.

They always have big events there and it is a lot of fun!! Mud pits, giant steep hills, trails, etc. They have a lot of rock crawlers there because below the dam it is really rocky with lots of small cliffs. A very good place to go....*for free*. It's a great place to go, can get a little crowded sometimes but thats only because it's so popular.

I plan on going there when I get back to Tulsa. I am in Virginia right now for my job but will be returning soon.


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Let me know when you get back around I might make the drive down there. :JEEPIN:

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Hey they have shut down the Quartz Mountain OHV Part.. it's closed due to lack of funds and also they are only letting 4 wheelers and dune buggies down there..

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In Oklahoma, Right below Grand Lake Dam there is a big off road area. I dont remember the name of it but it's in Disney, OK.

They always have big events there and it is a lot of fun!! Mud pits, giant steep hills, trails, etc. They have a lot of rock crawlers there because below the dam it is really rocky with lots of small cliffs. A very good place to go....*for free*. It's a great place to go, can get a little crowded sometimes but thats only because it's so popular.

I plan on going there when I get back to Tulsa. I am in Virginia right now for my job but will be returning soon.


Yep it is on the SW corner of Grand Lake I was just there about a month ago, its called Hogan's Off Road Park or most just call it Disney, but it is my favorite park. You can cruse through some water, climb rock, go on trail rides and there is a little bit of mud.

If you make it down there be sure to stop by Hogans garage, he operates and maintains the park, he is a pretty cool guy and he also runs a tow service and its $50 a call and his rigs are BEASTS! I think he had about 6 running when I was there and they were just about all on Mog axles.

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Although not in Kansas or Oklahoma, there is an option close to both in Seymour, Missouri. It is Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch at phone 417-827-3952. Reportedly they have trails for all levels of vehicles and have family-oriented facilities.

Seymour is just a little East of Springfield, MO so reasonably convienent for those of us in Eastern Kansas and Eastern Oklahoma. One of my uncles from rural area outside St. Louis brought me an article on this place. Here's the article on-line. Sorry, don't know anyone who has been there.

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Although not in Kansas or Oklahoma, there is an option close to both in Seymour, Missouri. It is Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch at phone 417-827-3952. Reportedly they have trails for all levels of vehicles and have family-oriented facilities.

Seymour is just a little East of Springfield, MO so reasonably convienent for those of us in Eastern Kansas and Eastern Oklahoma. One of my uncles from rural area outside St. Louis brought me an article on this place. Here's the article on-line. Sorry, don't know anyone who has been there.

FYI.


Yeah Ive heard those are both pretty nice trails, I havent been to them yet but me and a couple buddies are trying to get out there.

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I friend of mine that works for the same company i do lives down that way. That is were he goes all the time. He has been trying to get me to come down.

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Hey guys, I just bought my CRD a couple weeks ago. I went to Tuttle creek yesterday and had tons of fun. If anyone wants to go there I would suggest not going on stock tires, I went through two yesterday. You guys should hit me up next time you go out to Tuttle creek because Im @ Ft.Riley so Im not far.

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We will let you know next time we head up that way. And yes the stock tires are not very good off road. Here is were we wen't last weekend.
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oh man, wish I had known about this forum then, that sounds like a lot of fun. Ill definately be in next time. Or...well im gonna try and get some MT first, but after that Im down for whenever!!!

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