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Old 05-13-2012, 10:58 AM   #1
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memorial day weekend

Hey y'all!

I well be visiting the eugene/coos bay area on memorial day weekend, and am looking to go out on the trail that weekend. Is anyone going out, or know any good trails?

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Old 05-13-2012, 01:03 PM   #2
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East of Eugene is Shotgun Creak OHV park, but it only has 1 Jeep trail. there are a lot of Forest Service roads that are beautiful to drive. You can stop in at the Forest Service headquarters and get a fee map of the roads.

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Oh and if you are in to sand, there are the dunes in Florence.
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Not quite built for sand, ai don't have anything to air up with. Anyone interested in going out?
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I would love to but I'm from the Portland area and will be in Long Beach for part of that weekend with some of our guys on here :-)
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If you are going to be in Coos Bay, head out to Horsfall, Spinreel or Hauser and cruise around on the sand. Drop airpressure to about 10-12psi....you can air back up in town.

Your Jeep needs an ORV tag and orange flag and it will be dune ready.

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