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Old 06-14-2012, 01:15 PM   #1
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Where to go to mud??

Hi I'm a new jeep owner and I wanna get it dirty where are some good spots to go??

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Not many places for mud unless you know someone. There are some public places for wooded mountain trails and rocks though.

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Old 06-14-2012, 02:31 PM   #3
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Not many places for mud unless you know someone. There are some public places for wooded mountain trails and rocks though.
Like where?? My friends and i go to the cove and sometimes there's mud and they have some fun trails but I wanna go to different places
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Like where?? My friends and i go to the cove and sometimes there's mud and they have some fun trails but I wanna go to different places
There is the George Washington National forest with trails such as Peter's Mill, Flagpole Knob, Shoe Creek, etc. There is a privately owned place called Legore that you have to get permission first. Or there is Rausch Creek up in PA. Check out novajeepers.net for info on trails rides and such
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There is the George Washington National forest with trails such as Peter's Mill, Flagpole Knob, Shoe Creek, etc. There is a privately owned place called Legore that you have to get permission first. Or there is Rausch Creek up in PA. Check out novajeepers.net for info on trails rides and such
Thanks for the help!!! =]
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Where you located?
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Where you located?
In Alexandria hbu
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Near Roanoke. In Franklin co. There's a few mud areas around here
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:58 PM   #9
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Near Roanoke. In Franklin co. There's a few mud areas around here
Cool that's like a 3-4 hour drive from me
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Yea they aren't worth that long of a drive. Next time we go to shoe creek you are welcome to join. It's a good trail even for beginners

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