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Old 07-14-2011, 12:20 PM   #1
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Trails/offroading in central NJ

Does anybody know of any good trails or offroading areas in central jersey. All the ones that i have known about around me have been sold and are being developed. Someone help please lol

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Old 07-14-2011, 12:22 PM   #2
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there's nothing in central jersey. you have to go to wharton state forest in the pine barrons or head west to rausch creek off road park in tremont, pa.

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nothing legal in central NJ.
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Old 07-18-2011, 08:06 AM   #4
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there's nothing in central jersey. you have to go to wharton state forest in the pine barrons or head west to rausch creek off road park in tremont, pa.
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nothing legal in central NJ.
ok cool, thanks guys. i used to just go in the woods on some of my friends properties or like service roads (obviously not legal) thats all i could find here lol
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the powers that be in nj and a lot of the east coast are trying as hard as they can to put the kibosh on off roading. so, keep it legal or it ruins it for all of us.
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There is colliers mills in Jackson witch is legal long as you stay on the main dirt roads
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Stokes state forest there is a bunch a of unmaintained roads that are on the map but you will bairly need 4wd
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Gotta be carefull wheelin in NJ, if your caught wheelin illegally on state land they will fine you and take your rig and you will not get it back.
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Yes true. Stokes is real north tho. Their all the same rules as Wharton you can drive on the dirt roads but that means no mud or any of the other good stuff. If there is a mud hole blocking the road your suppose to turn around. And not go throw it. Meaning your driving in two wheel most of the time lol.

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