Get some beer and sit down with Satelite views on Google Maps. You can create custom maps and put pins on the maps where you see tire tracks. Then if you have a decent phone your GPS will even tell you how to get to them. That is how I found 90% of the trails I hit. You will see the double tire tracks from Jeeps in different places.
On a different note, I heard Centralia is great, but I havent been there myself.
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In Hazelton there use to be a orv park called "Paragon" The guy who owns it thought he could sell it for an international airport, so he screwed the couple he had made a deal with to manage the place. They were doing a good job too. Anyway, as I got to know the local Jeepers who live in the are, they told me they had been riding the trails in there for years, before it was established as "Paragon" There is a pretty big Camp ground at it's back door. I know folks who trail in there now. Your best bet is to drive around Hazelton area until you see some Jeep in folks driveways. Say hello and ask them about places to trail ride. Not too far north of you up 81 towards Binghamton you'll find Hancock, NY. There's thousands of acres of trails to wheel. Your best bet would be to hook up with OK Four wheel drive and tire in Stewartville, NJ. They have a really fun weekend event there a couple times a year. Good luck
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