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There is a place in north alabama in New Market near Huntsville http://www.halemountainohvpark.com/index.html

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There is a place in north alabama in New Market near Huntsville http://www.halemountainohvpark.com/index.html
Thanks for the info Nortizzle, Thats only about an hour from me. When i get some floors and seats back in mine I'll have to check that out. Hell, I might take the 2wd expedtion up there..

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What about Tellico Plains, TN.? We always called it state line, cause the trails cross back and forth across the TN/NC line. They had a little of everything up there. Was charging $10 a vehicle. Course thats been about 5 years ago.
Never mind, its in the NC section. My fault.

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What about Tellico Plains, TN.? We always called it state line, cause the trails cross back and forth across the TN/NC line. They had a little of everything up there. Was charging $10 a vehicle. Course thats been about 5 years ago.
Never mind, its in the NC section. My fault.

That is/was the Tellico ORV are and it is all closed now. Never went through there in a 4x4 but rode it on an ATV and had a blast. There were some really tough trails there.
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That is/was the Tellico ORV are and it is all closed now. Never went through there in a 4x4 but rode it on an ATV and had a blast. There were some really tough trails there.
WOOT another Knoxvegas guy! I used to love Tellico, they used to do some big Rock Crawling competitions there. Too bad they closed it.
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Is there nothing in VA?
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Gulches is a great place to wheel. Like the website says difficult and really difficult when everything gets wet. The park has been known to close when it's been raining for more than a couple days.
I would like to see a get-together in SC preferrably close to the mountains where I live.

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We have good time down in the Everglades,Big Cypress Preserve. Always looking for more people to go out to the woods with. John
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RiverRock ORV in Milldegeville, GA has sense closed, owner retired.
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I have a cousin in St. Francisville LA, with 500 acres that the Jeep people made trails all over and have people come from all over the place to have their Jeep rodeo's there. The jeep people try to keep it all hush hush because it is pretty badass with miles of various difficulty trails. If you guys do anything like that I can talk to my cousin and see what kind of price he expects to get. PM me if you are interested. I even have guys down there that can be trail guides.

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Durhamtown plantation

Durhamtown Plantation has a truck park. They are in Union Point GA - East. I've only been there on an ATV but if the truck park is anything like the ATV/Bike Trails, it would be worth checking out.


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Hey who ever mentioned Hardrockmx park...how is it there. I've heard bout it from a few people now just havent taken a ride up there yet. It must be pretty nice they ask like 30 a day dont they?
Where abouts in palm bay aare you? my mom lives out there and i am only like an hour and a half away from there
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Is there nothing in VA?
I know of the Shoe Creek Trail but I know there are more out there. Come on people dont be stingy, now that the treehuggers have gotten the OBX practically shut down im looking westward for my 4x4 fun.

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Cool list. Good to know. Thanks
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Thanks for the info, now to get with the rest of the Alabama gang and see how many we can hit.
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Just outside of New Orleans http://www.redcreeknola.com/

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I added adventure off road park to Tn. It looks like a cool place to. Reminds me of River Rock!!!

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http://adventureoffroadpark.com/

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They recently opened up AC Outdoor park in Seal, AL.
http://www.acoutdoorpark.com/#!about/c9qb

I'll check it out next weekend and see how it is.


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Actually quite a few in Arkansas..
www.Byrdsadventurecenter.com Its about 15 miles north of Ozark, AR
Wheelin' World Offroad and Camping is about 4 miles south of Eureka Springs, AR.

Every year Byrds Adventure Park has a big Rocktober Fest.. its always pretty crazy, some awesome rigs attend that event. Usually 200 to 300 rigs register for the event. Its worth traveling to, If you can get a campsite reserved...

There are multiple locations of national forestry trails that you can ride as long as you have some respect for the rules and the forest.
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Some more in NC
https://www.facebook.com/TheFlatsOffRoadPark
Richlands trails in Richlands NC
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