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Check this site out. http://www.oohva.org/

Down by Cottage Grove there is the Noonday trails. I have not been on them yet but have been told it is a good time.

Tillimook State forest is going to be the best bet for quantity of trails.

Local to you and I there is not as many places to go. There were some private lands you used to be able to pay a small fee to wheel on. I have been told there neighbors put a stop to that.
 

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Check this site out. http://www.oohva.org/

Down by Cottage Grove there is the Noonday trails. I have not been on them yet but have been told it is a good time.

Tillimook State forest is going to be the best bet for quantity of trails.

Local to you and I there is not as many places to go. There were some private lands you used to be able to pay a small fee to wheel on. I have been told there neighbors put a stop to that.
I forgot about the noonday trail, will have to check it out one of these days.
I remember hearing about the private land, never had a chance to check it out with the last bronco I had. I heard it was a good time.
I guess I was more hoping there were maybe some new places.

Thanks for the links
Roman
 

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hey guys, there is a new trail open up at Hoodoo. its called Quack Attack. the DeschutesCounty4Wheelers built this trail from scratch with help from the forest service etc...

we have worked over 2 years building this trail, check it out if your up that direction. also be mindful of the rules on that trail so we dont loose it.

let me know if you want more info.
 

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Deschutes is one of many Great beers from the greater Central Oregon area.
 
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