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Old 10-03-2013, 11:09 PM   #1
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Wheelin in Ocala NF tips

I'm planning a camp/off-roading trip to Ocala in a couple months, I'm staying at the juniper springs campground, but other than the Hard Rock park, where are some recommended areas to go? I'm looking for more difficult/technical trails. I'm set up with 35s and lockers

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Hey there! When are you planning a trip? We just ran the forest trails a few weekends ago. If you head down state road 40 past silver springs and into ONF you'll come across a brown marker that reads .9 it looks like a power line alley but you'll see two dirt trails, everything branches off of there. Some of the trails are tight. Like really tight, but they're pretty good. Not too much in the way of rock crawling that we saw, hard rock might be your best option for that from what we've seen (we still haven't been yet).
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