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Old 01-11-2014, 01:49 PM   #1
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Any trails in Cincy????

[Looking for some off-roading trails in the Cincinnati area. I have heard of Haspin (and look forward to going) but I am morely looking for some little trails that I can tear up more locally--whether that be legal or not!

I have seen someone post about a trail in Cleves... I live in the Colerain area.

Any one got anywhere I can get a little muddy? Good directions too please, I am a blonde!!

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I live in Indiana but about a 20min drive to Cincinnati, and we usually just drive through a lot of creek beds here. If you go to Google Maps and search for Bonnell Rd Guilford, IN it's one of the regulars we go to and it's a ton of fun. A lot of people from around here go there so you might be able to find someone down there if you get stuck.

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Old 01-12-2014, 12:32 AM   #3
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Thanks man, that's kind of what I'm looking for. Just some basic trails. Are you a part of any groups?
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It's very basic so even if you're stock you should have no trouble. I've seen Chevy Trackers and Kia Sportage's go through it like it was nothing

I'm not in any groups currently though but I'm looking to join one once summer rolls around, I have about 3-4 friends that I wheel with right now so it's always a good time.
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Good to know, I'm pretty stock as of right now. Just bought the jeep a few months back and had some performance things to take care of before I can actually put any mods on it. But I can still tear stuff up

Good to know, if y'all are ever wheeling down in cincy give me a yell. I've not really been out with anyone, and need to learn the law of the land!
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Big Maple Farm

There is a place in Oxford (just up 27 from you) called Big Maple Farms.
It is mainly for quads so most of the trails are tight. But in the Spring before all of it grows up you can take a wrangler up there and have a good time. Not to crazy and plenty of people around to help if you have an issue. i took mine out there last year to make sure my lift was ok, put it on myself. Don't go if you are worried about your paint job or plastic windows getting scratched. Like i said IT IS TIGHT FOR A JEEP. But they are Jeeps not show cars.

Other than that there isn't much around here. livin in the corn belt baby!

Make sure you check out the Jeep Jam up in Wilmington in the summer. It is a good time and a good way to meet other Jeepers from around the area.
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Old 01-13-2014, 03:18 PM   #7
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There is a place in Oxford (just up 27 from you) called Big Maple Farms. It is mainly for quads so most of the trails are tight. But in the Spring before all of it grows up you can take a wrangler up there and have a good time. Not to crazy and plenty of people around to help if you have an issue. i took mine out there last year to make sure my lift was ok, put it on myself. Don't go if you are worried about your paint job or plastic windows getting scratched. Like i said IT IS TIGHT FOR A JEEP. But they are Jeeps not show cars. Other than that there isn't much around here. livin in the corn belt baby! Make sure you check out the Jeep Jam up in Wilmington in the summer. It is a good time and a good way to meet other Jeepers from around the area.
Thanks man, I'll def check that out! I'm just looking to hit some trails. My baby can get scuffed up, no worries

Thanks for letting me know about the Jeep J also, I don't know if I'll be experienced enough for that though. It's a learning process!
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If you are familiar with Oxford, go out behind Yeager (not sure of name of road) Big Maple Farms is out on the right.
Jeep Jam No experience needed. Great event, nice course to get use to off road and everything can be avoided if you aren't so confident. i certainly don't go over the rock section. I need her to get me to work on Monday for more mods.
It is a great way to see some of the nicest Jeeps in the area and meet some great people that drive them.


Go out and look at Muddy Buddys website and you should find it.
problem is the clubs around here are based in Dayton (MuddyBuddys) and Eastgate (Orfw) and at 11 mpg either one is an investment just to make a meeting.
i have thought of setting something up in the Northern Cincy/Fairfield area but have never set aside the time to do it.
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I'll take a look at the website, because i am really interested and going next time! Thank you.

And if you come up with anything for our area, let me know. I'll be your first joinee :-)
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[Looking for some off-roading trails in the Cincinnati area. I have heard of Haspin (and look forward to going) but I am morely looking for some little trails that I can tear up more locally--whether that be legal or not!

I have seen someone post about a trail in Cleves... I live in the Colerain area.

Any one got anywhere I can get a little muddy? Good directions too please, I am a blonde!!
Where are these trails in Cleves? I too am looking to try Haspin sometime, but I hear it can be pretty rough out there.
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Old 02-17-2014, 12:29 AM   #11
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Where are these trails in Cleves? I too am looking to try Haspin sometime, but I hear it can be pretty rough out there.
I had heard of some little trails in Cleve's but no one has followed up with on an exact location :/
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They're not so much trails, it's more of a creek. If I remember correctly they're back by the soccer fields if you know where that's at, but if you go make sure you have a lot of recovery equipment and have a buddy that can pull you out if you get stuck. You do not want to have to leave your rig down there, Cleves is a sketchy town..

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