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    Places to wheel

    Tree's Ranch

    Katemcy Rocks

    Wolf Caves

    SWR Offroad - Llano, Texas

    Superlift Offroad Park - Hot Springs, Ark.

    Hidden falls - Marble Falls, Texas

    Bridgeport, Texas OHV Park

    Clayton, Oklahoma - no website, but an awesome place to wheel.

    Canadian River - just north of Amarillo, Texas.

    BMRA - Gilmer Texas

    Moab, Utah

    Rausch Creek Park , Tremont, Pa.

    SMORR - Seymour, Mo.

    Woolys - Lynnville, Tenn

    Colorado - Montrose Area- Boulder Canyon, Die Trying, etc.

    Robillios Offroad Park, Raton, NM.

    New Mexico - Las Cruces Area, Farminton Area,

    Burris Valley Ranch, Pittsburg, OK. (Close to Clayton)


    I know I have missed a lot of places to wheel. Feel free to add to the list and I will add them here.
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    http://goo.gl/maps/KGje5

    map of off road parks in tx and some surrounding areas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramman84 View Post
    http://goo.gl/maps/KGje5

    map of off road parks in tx and some surrounding areas

    Nice.. Thanks, John..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramman84 View Post
    http://goo.gl/maps/KGje5

    map of off road parks in tx and some surrounding areas
    Thought I gave you buena vista CO too. Pm me your email again and I'll send you the drop pin.
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    Thanks Harley I added it
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    Very nice!
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    Hidden Falls Adventure Park
    Stillwaters Ranch
    Bridgeport

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    http://www.cottontail-creations.com/...RAIL_MAPS.html

    Click on this link for trail maps to areas all across the country. Have fun wheeling!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    http://www.cottontail-creations.com/...RAIL_MAPS.html

    Click on this link for trail maps to areas all across the country. Have fun wheeling!


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    Bunny you got anything on Warpath ???....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIVER RAT View Post
    Bunny you got anything on Warpath ???....
    Sorry, I don't since it is not a "sanctioned" trail......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    Sorry, I don't since it is not a "sanctioned" trail......
    I see the stirpot there, but what do you mean "sanctioned?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by dott View Post
    I see the stirpot there, but what do you mean "sanctioned?"
    There are numerous "trails" in many different states that are on BLM land, that are not recognized/acknowledged/mapped by the BLM. They are used by the locals, but kept secret in fear that BLM will step in and ban or limit use. So even though it is "public" land - owned by all of us - BLM has a hand in the use and control. Trails such as Farmington, Carnage Canyon, all the Montrose stuff, Las Cruces and many others are "sanctioned" trails that have been designated for our particular use. As in Las Cruces, sometimes the intended use can be changed if enough activist get, well active. Every year we worry that the Las Cruces trails will be closed for offroad use.

    It is a double edge sword, really. The trails have to be found/established by the general public. There is fear in approaching federal agencies to accept them as trails, however, because they could easily close them off completely. So WarPath is a non-sanctioned trail. Many people may know where it exists, but are not going to advertise that location in order to protect it for offroad use. Not really sure if there is any consequences if you are caught on the trail .......geez this makes my head ache!!!

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    Made sense to me Bunny. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesome Bill View Post
    Made sense to me Bunny. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    There are numerous "trails" in many different states that are on BLM land, that are not recognized/acknowledged/mapped by the BLM. They are used by the locals, but kept secret in fear that BLM will step in and ban or limit use. So even though it is "public" land - owned by all of us - BLM has a hand in the use and control. Trails such as Farmington, Carnage Canyon, all the Montrose stuff, Las Cruces and many others are "sanctioned" trails that have been designated for our particular use. As in Las Cruces, sometimes the intended use can be changed if enough activist get, well active. Every year we worry that the Las Cruces trails will be closed for offroad use.

    It is a double edge sword, really. The trails have to be found/established by the general public. There is fear in approaching federal agencies to accept them as trails, however, because they could easily close them off completely. So WarPath is a non-sanctioned trail. Many people may know where it exists, but are not going to advertise that location in order to protect it for offroad use. Not really sure if there is any consequences if you are caught on the trail .......geez this makes my head ache!!!

    Thanks for the explanation.
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    Well said. Very familiar with having to keep trails hid for they own good.

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    Wolf Caves is now offering annual memberships!

    Wolf Caves, LLC Annual Memberships

    For one annual fee Wolf Caves, LLC Park Members will have access into the park anytime that we are open for regular business. Upon arrival you must still check-in at the office during regular posted check-in times.
    *Regular business days are Friday ? Sunday, and it will usually include Mondays that are holidays.
    **Wolf Caves, LLC is open most weekends, but not all. Always check the website for the most up-to-date schedule, www.wolfcaves.com


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