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Old 10-16-2012, 12:52 PM   #1
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Mark Twain Forest Roads

Has anyone found any fun MT forest roads to drive? I know of Glade Top road down near Ava. I found online the MVUM, some roads are closed it looks except during turkey/deer season. Anyone have some to share?

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Old 10-16-2012, 07:09 PM   #2
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What town are you near?

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Old 10-17-2012, 08:19 AM   #3
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Old 10-17-2012, 02:43 PM   #4
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Oh, too far for me to know any trails there, sorry.
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I know there is none around Jeff, I figure will have to drive down around Ft. Wood or Potosi area.
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Old 10-17-2012, 04:30 PM   #6
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I have some descent areas down here I like, if you ever head down this way let me know!
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If you find anything Tae73 let me know, I live in JC as well and am curious to find somewhere to go. Nothing serious that I will have to have a winch or skyjack to get out, but something that I can take my VERY lightly modded 99 TJ on and have a good time with my family.
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Moonlight racing offroad park about 15 min south of Sullivan on 185 to A highway. $15. To get in there. Its more for stock rigs and atv's. 600 acres I think.
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I havent found anything, I have joined up with Midwest Jeepthing, we did the newbie run two weeks ago down at Sayersbrook Bison Ranch and had a lot of fun. March Madness is Sunday the 24th thinking of going back down again.

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Moonlight racing offroad park about 15 min south of Sullivan on 185 to A highway. $15. To get in there. Its more for stock rigs and atv's. 600 acres I think.
So nothing too ridiculous that I am going to have to mod my jeep for then?
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So nothing too ridiculous that I am going to have to mod my jeep for then?
Some of the trails at Sayersbrook are stock friendly. And the MWJT is kid friendly and encourge them to go along.
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I wheel MT forest roads with a buddy who knows them all without a map. Some of the more challenging ones are completely unkept and mostly ATV's run them now. If you see a jeep on the trail its unusual.
That said, one time last year I came down one trail/road that bounced me around a bit and there was a 1980's gunboat type full sized car sitting there with a bunch of teenagers smoking a hooter in a nice spot near a creek. hahahaha.

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