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Old 01-29-2013, 10:52 AM
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Frank Raines OHV or Hollister OHV

I want to go check out some of these parks and wondering what you guys thought. What kind of stuff do these parks have and which would be better for lifter trucks. I dont want to go to one with small trails where my truck wont fit. Im lifted with 38s. I am looking for something with some trails, water crossing etc. I am in the East Bay, NorCal and just want to find some fun spots to go to. Any pics would help. Thanks
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:24 AM
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I've seen many videos of fullsize trucks attempting Hollister Hill. Looks like fun.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:21 PM
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Got any videos? i am looking for creek crossing, hills, few rocks...nothing crazy bc im not a little jeep. Ive done mud but its a pita to clean afterward haha.
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Yeah just go to youtube and type in Hollister Hills. No mud, it's just sand I believe. Anywhere near Death Valley?
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Re: Frank Raines OHV or Hollister OHV

You wont be let down with Hollister. I pass the 4x4 entry gate to get to the gp track and see a lot of cool looking 4x4 rigs heading out. Too bad carnegie didnt have something similar.
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I will be looking into it further and hope to head out there soon
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Im down if you ever go....what part of the east bay....im out in brentwood and theres a spot I go thats not to bad....you can have some fun there
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Hollister is fun but I wouldn't wheel my SD there. Go to pismo dunes. Good times in a full size and lots of people to watch. No worries about scraping the paint either. In the spring the water crossing can get treacherous.
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