I am from Moultrie, GA (that's South). Albany has some trails (short) that are good for testing out new mods. Beside rock, they have a little of everything. Mud, rough terrain, sand dune, erroded clay. Its a fun few hours, and a good way to see what your jeep has. It is off the Blaylock exit of the bypass. I would take you there but I am living in Puerto Rico for the next 4 years.
WARNING: Lots of 4wheelers. dirt bikes, and drunk college/HS kids. Be prepared to pull people out of the mud with your clearly superior off road machine (I assume you own a Jeep). Also might want to check with locals. Land might have been purchased from the public.
I know what you are talking about. I live in Albany. The only rock over there you can find if you do is limestone. Some of those holes are chest deep and I stay out of them. I have a RUbi on 35's, winch, and will still avoid those holes.
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