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Old 07-28-2008, 11:09 PM   #1
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Offroadin In Jersey

Ok so not to many great places here but I live in Toms River and im looking for a placa that has good scenery and nice mountains to climb. Not as big as paragon but something like it. Any ideas of a place?

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Old 07-29-2008, 05:59 AM   #2
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I hear there are some places in south jersey, I haven't yet had the pleasure of going to them however... so i'm not sure how much help i am... a jeepin buddy of mine is gonna show me around'em one of these days.... will trade info for whitecastle! jk... (though I do go up there for those lil sliders every so often...)

I actually got my jeep from pine belt jeep...

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Old 07-29-2008, 08:39 AM   #3
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Haha yea white castle is right over here lol...But south jersey now has sonic lol
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yeah, theres a new one in millville, and the one in rio grande is due to open any week now...
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Nj Trails

Hi all, new to the forum, Jeepin' for about 17 years now. If your willing to make the trip, some good trails can be found in Medford, NJ.
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Old 06-20-2009, 12:25 PM   #6
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If you fish you can always get the pass to IBSP and take it off road there.
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yeah, theres a new one in millville, and the one in rio grande is due to open any week now...

Do u go under the cape may bridge? A buddy of mine just showed it to me last week. Its the only place I know of down there to find mud.
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Old 06-26-2009, 06:42 AM   #8
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Do u go under the cape may bridge? A buddy of mine just showed it to me last week. Its the only place I know of down there to find mud.
um... under the bridge is a canal... never really looked/heard of folks muddin around there... but feel free to drop me an email when y'all come down again...

I usually go around woodbine/belleplain area...
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Ill be down next week, 7/22-7/27. But I gotta swap my clutch first.
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Pine Barrens.
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well, you got my number right? (the guy that wanted the lightbar ya?)
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Wharton State Forest has a vast network of trails for all levels, stuff you can take your car on, up to stuff you need 36s to go on. It's on Rt. 206, accessible by the Atsion ranger station. The NJJA website has lots of info as does Jersey Devil 4x4. It is near Medford, in south Jersey. I'm out there usually twice a month on weekends, I'll post here next time I plan to go........

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Hey Jrzymilitia, What part of Toms River do you live? I grew up off of Brookside Drive.
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Old 08-01-2009, 09:08 AM   #14
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Hey Jrzymilitia, What part of Toms River do you live? I grew up off of Brookside Drive.
I live off whitesville road
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1st post i'm in west creek and have a few sand pits around here. do people still go out to the lacey power lines
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wharton state park - need to check it out. first timer - need to figure this out!
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1st post i'm in west creek and have a few sand pits around here. do people still go out to the lacey power lines
i do im from bayville
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Wharton is the only legal wheeling to go, but always looking for more places to go to that are private. Rausch Creek is great for a weekend trip as well.
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will lik eoffraod for the first time someone plz help
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Think I might try Wharton State park next weekend. Have an 98 JK; never been out on trails - need a newbie trail!
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That should have read 08 JK!!!

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