Yep it's legal, no gates close off the roads, and no signs back when I was living there in 04/06is that legal and is there any mud back there?
correct mt misery rd is a public rd... however everything that branches off of it on dirt is state forest except two or three rds and they lead to state forrest... Its like my back yard. I know every sq ft of those woods in and around rt 70, up and down mt misery rd from whites bogs to burrs mill and from burrs mils pit to manchester to the garden state parkway. Trust me when I say do not get caught disturbing anything out there by the forrest rangers cause i am bout tired of dealling with them or hearing all of my friends dealing with them. the area is hot and if someone say's they have been there recently and had no trouble then they are lucky cause its been my own personal experiance to live and learn in a forrest i grew up in to get cut off from as if i sold the land away. to each his own yes there is some mud but enough in one area. its more of a splash here and there and if you do get lucky enough to hit a spot unscaithed dont go back there again cause they will be waiting. oh and by the way cyrstal lake is now a single home over looking the lake on 97 acres. my company got the job to develop it and when I got the call to go there i damn near cried.I don't understand.. mt misery road, is a public road.. I suppose the side trails they could bust you. But not a public road that they fail to pave..
And the pit area where I took photos of my Dodge Ram, thats on the back side of a housing development, and people come and go all the time from those homes with their quads and trucks..
Either way, most those "trails" back there are roads anyways.. I guess just some people are too freaked out. Plus, no signs, no fine..right?
since when did bridgeport start having wheelin events? cause if your talkin bout where i think your talkin about thats as bad as the pine barrons right now.the Buck isn't free, its $20 to enter the mud bog. Theres plenty of mud down at Bridgeport Speedway in jersey
they dont have official wheeling events, but my cousin was telling me about a bunch of ATV trails right there. also after the races theres usually some people playing in the mud in the back part of there parking lot (not sure if that is allowed or not)since when did bridgeport start having wheelin events? cause if your talkin bout where i think your talkin about thats as bad as the pine barrons right now.
Property does not have to be posted in NJ to charge you with trespassing. It is your responsibility to find out who owns the property and get permission to go on it. :twakPlus, no signs, no fine..right?