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post #1 of 14 Old 09-08-2012, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Dirt roads/fire roads

Does anybody know of any dirt/fire roads in the clarksville tn/fort campbell/hopkinsville ky area

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LBL is the only place I know of around here to go off road. Either that or the back 40 on the reservation.

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Yea ive been to lbl and turkey bay with my brothers jeep but some of the trails get pretty rough. I depend on my truck to much to abuse it like that lol. Im just lookin for some kind of gravel/dirt backroad to cruise down

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Yeah, I've never been out to LBl for off roading, just heard it was pretty good for Jeeps. Not sure what else is around.

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Yea for jeep and atv trails lbl is amazing. It cant be beat out of the places ive been they supposedly have 100 miles of trails

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If you don't mind a bit of a drive there's always the NJ pine barrens lol. Be sure you have a full tank and that you have a reliable truck cause when your 25 miles away from the nearest civilization isn't the time to break down.
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We have literally hundred of miles of dirt roads/forest roads/fire trails here but it's kind of far away. This pic was taken in the Sierra Nevada mountains at an elevation of '9500.
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The badlands in Attica Indiana are pretty cool. They got a ton of trails and mud and anything you can imagine. http://www.badlandsoffroad.com/


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We have literally hundred of miles of dirt roads/forest roads/fire trails here but it's kind of far away. This pic was taken in the Sierra Nevada mountains at an elevation of '9500.

Thats gorgeous out there! One of these days ill make it to the sierras. Id more than likely end up doing more backpacking then anything, but eventually ill make it out there. Hopefully sooner than later

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i gotta check out the pine barrens

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