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Old 06-28-2014, 06:49 AM   #1
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Atlanta, MI Suggestions

Hey all - I'm from downstate, and up in the Atlanta area for the weekend. We went out for a quick trail run yesterday, but it was basically just dirt roads in the woods. Does anyone have any suggestions in local trails in this area that are fun? Our group all has the proper ORV stickers, so we can go wherever.

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Old 06-30-2014, 10:01 AM   #2
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Sorry I didn't see this sooner - our club maintains the ORV Routes in the area, and has spent a fair amount of time poking around up there over the last few years.

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Sorry I didn't see this sooner - our club maintains the ORV Routes in the area, and has spent a fair amount of time poking around up there over the last few years.
No worries. We're up that way often, so any recommendations would be great for the future!
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There are a lot of good forest roads/two tracks in the area. West and north of Clear Lake State Park are good areas, and if you start on the NE corner of the ORV route and head west there are some good two tracks as well. Lots of critters, when we are done working we like to load up the crew and head out at dusk - elk, deer, porcupines, eagles and badgers to name a few
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Also, if you have kids grab your ultra light gear before you head out. There are countless ponds, streams and lakes that dot the area, we spent a day last year just fishing the little pockets at each culvert where the road crossed a creek - bluegill, small pike and bass, and the occasional catfish.
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