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Old 07-30-2014, 08:02 PM   #1
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From Ohio where to in Tennessee?

I'm from Ohio and absolutely love visiting Tennessee. Thinking I might make another trip sometime in August. The girlfriend and I generrally visit the Gatlinburg area.

We are looking for a place with less people and more nature. I'm not looking for a wheeling trip but would love to cover some tough terrain to some cool views/areas/camping/fishing/outdoors.

I'm also interested in some Jeep meet ups or runs in tennesse. I've stopped by Jeepism during my last Tennessee trip and met some cool people.

If you have any ideas or "super secret" spots lol PM me!

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Old 08-07-2014, 07:06 AM   #2
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Is there anybody out there?

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Old 08-12-2014, 06:40 AM   #3
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A place in Oliver Springs Tn called Winrock is a lot of fun. It's a big place to four wheel. Not but a few miles past it is a small town called Wartburg. Go to Nemo access it's the most beautiful place with fishing, camping, wonderful views. East Tn has thousands of beautiful places to go that aren't tourist traps like G-burg.
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x2 on windrock.,. can even camp there if ya want... good trails.. but get a map..
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thanks for the responses.

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A place in Oliver Springs Tn called Winrock is a lot of fun. It's a big place to four wheel. Not but a few miles past it is a small town called Wartburg. Go to Nemo access it's the most beautiful place with fishing, camping, wonderful views. East Tn has thousands of beautiful places to go that aren't tourist traps like G-burg.
I take it that this Nemo Access isn't apart of Windrock? I'm not finding too much on it. Is it strictly camping? Or are there jeep trails also? Could you give me a little more information. A number to call or website would be awesome. Thanks!
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