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Old 05-06-2007, 04:33 PM
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Woo Hoo.......... Chadwick Mo.

Just have to say our Missouri members have a great place for ATVs and motorcycles!
Just got back from Chadwick, its a little southeast of Springfield, they have some awesome trails and a lot of friendly folks, great campsites , RV hook ups, If you ever get the chance check out the Mark Twain National Forest ATV and Motercycle Trails, We Had a Blast!!!
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U darn right we do I live about an hour from Chadwick and it's a freakin blast. Parts of it are rough but overall it is awesome. Good use of waste land in my opinion.
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U darn right we do I live about an hour from Chadwick and it's a freakin blast. Parts of it are rough but overall it is awesome. Good use of waste land in my opinion.
I agree 100%, last weekend was my first ride at Chadwick, couple trails with a pucker factor of 1000!
We had 3 atvs and 2 motocross bikes, the two guys that ride the bikes are freakin nuts, cool to watch, but freakin nuts!
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Yeah Chadwick is not for the faint of heart. We go there at least twice a year. Any of you guys been to St. Joe State Park? Its south of St. Louis near Park Hills. Man that is a fun place, you have a huge area of Sand and its surrounded by wooded trails plus there is an area in the sand that has a beach and swim area..........great way to cool down after a good ride. They also have the cleanest and nicest camp ground ive ever seen. There is running water at about every site. There is also a very clean bathroom shower that is like going to a rest stop, very big bathrooms and the showers are big enough to fit like 20 people in and has a massive solid steel door.

You should check it out.

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Gonna have to give St. Joe State Park a look.
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There is also a place north of Columbia but I can't think of the name of it. Lots of mud like slick gumbo type. Hills and not quite as rough. But for my money Chadwick is the best.
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There is also a place north of Columbia but I can't think of the name of it. Lots of mud like slick gumbo type. Hills and not quite as rough. But for my money Chadwick is the best.

Finger lakes.........havent been there but I heard its cool.

Also one of the other cool things about St. Joe is they have a little barn up by the bathroom to get firewood and it was all cedar, so the fire smelled good......LOL.

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Yeah Finger Lakes thats what I was thinking off. Up there they make sure you have a helmet and if they catch you on a trail without one they will ask you to leave.
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Finger Lakes is good for some muddin' action. There is a motocross track there as well but most of the area is good for 4x4 atv's. And yes helmets are required.
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We always take 2x4's then when one gets stuck we will make a line like a train and pull each other out. The last time I went up there we were stuck more than not. There is also a place at Deep Water on Truman lake where there is a good combo or mud and rocks and hills.
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