Yeah I've been thinking about ecj myself but I still wish I could find some places to ride other than those 2. Locally I think that Boggs and Elgin is the only places they ride. Hit me up if you fid any places.
there are places around perdido key that don't have any "no tresspassing" signs. to my knowledge they're gulf power service roads. I've heard of something called "the pipes" up around muskogee river in cantonment. supposedly there are a few side roads off of Quintette Rd in Cantonment as well but I haven't been up around there in a long time. I would also like to know if anyone else knows of some decent spots.
Get with me if you guys wanna see some good spots on the reservation. There's some cool climbs, trails, mud, rocks, and scenery to be ridden. Just get your recreation pass from Jackson Guard in Niceville. Pass is only $12 for everyone 16yrs and older.
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There's 2 places along the Alabama hwy 112/Florida hwy184- it's the same road it's just called different #'s in either state. go to Mapquest.com type in Cantonment Florida, you'll see that Hwy 184 in a rectangular box it runs through cantonement east/west. get up there anyway you want. On hwy 184 there's the state line bridge going west. Just b4 the bridge on the left you'll see a tall narrow sign stating "Perdido Water Mngmt area" that's a pretty good area for those of us with "pretty much stock jeeps". then the other place is on the same hwy going west but when you cross the river in Alabama it turns to hwy 112, zoom the mapquest map in till you see Champion paper rd, and Moreno LN on the Lt then you'll see "River Rd" on your Rt (turn there), theres another sign there stating the rules. then just print your mapquest map for reference if you want. Both places look like they have some river access but I didn't spend enough time to scout it all out. Tell me how it goes afterwards. the one in Florida has more sand and the one in Alabama had more clay. they're both free- open to 4x4 vehicals but not ATVs or Motorcycles.