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Old 05-23-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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Red face Southeast Georgia.. Valdosta. Looking for Trails/Clubs

Just moved here from Las Vegas and looking for any off road trails and anyone that would like to go off roading or exploring. I don't know of very many trails (but found a pretty cool mud pit) and don't know very many people (I like camping, hiking, off roading, drinking a couple of beers). Pretty laid back but adventurous. Have two jeeps. One is lifted and just waiting to go rock climibing.

Can anyone tell me of any Southeastern Georgia Jeep Clubs? Or trails? The trails that I have found have been north of Macon and as fun as driving up to Northern Georgia would be.. time and gas doesn't permit that every weekend.

Any help would be appreciated.

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I am about 2 hours above you. You won't find the rocks like you did out there. It's all flat and mud here. You are correct a lot of good stuff is above Macon, pretty much in North Ga. I don't know of much around here really because I just moved back to Albany as I was in north Ga. There aren't any clubs either that are based in the south that I know od. There are many GA based wheeling forums. Two that I am a member of are GATrailRiders and NorthGAJeepers. Albany has some sand dunes around.

My Rubi is going under the knife this week to do some work. Some folks are getting together in June to do Beasly Knob (OHV trail in blairsville, ga) and I will see about the invite policy if you are intrested.

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Old 06-18-2011, 08:40 PM   #3
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We have a club in Valdosta. South Georgia Jeepers. Were on facebook. No drivers drinking while were out on the trails.
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