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Old 07-17-2014, 08:26 PM   #1
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Stokes or Pine Barrens

My dad and I both have stock TJ's (i've got some armor and a winch) and want to do some wheeling that's more than just the local spots here in eastern PA. I've been thinking about doing pine barrens or stokes state forest, any tips/advice/etc for first time going out to either of these places?

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Old 07-18-2014, 03:10 AM   #2
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Pine Barrens is mostly water and mud.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...5.143647533764

Try Rausch Creek. Requires a membership plus entrance fees but it offers some challenging trails.

Rausch Creek Off-Road Park

I have never been to Stokes.

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The pines are basically mud an water crossings like the previous poster said. Only advice is to meet with some locals that know the pines. It's a huge area so rely on the locals for the good spots.
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The pines are basically mud an water crossings like the previous poster said. Only advice is to meet with some locals that know the pines. It's a huge area so rely on the locals for the good spots.
How about stokes. What kinda trails are there. I just went to Wharton for the first time this weekend and I didn't even scratch the surface of that place and hit some pretty sick mud. I was just wondering what's at stokes.
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How about stokes. What kinda trails are there. I just went to Wharton for the first time this weekend and I didn't even scratch the surface of that place and hit some pretty sick mud. I was just wondering what's at stokes.
Can't really compare them they r totally different. Wharton is a sand pit filled with deep puddles of sand n muck. Stokes is old hunting trails n some trails we have made going into some hill climbs open fields n even a river. Depends on what ur looking to do.
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How about stokes. What kinda trails are there. I just went to Wharton for the first time this weekend and I didn't even scratch the surface of that place and hit some pretty sick mud. I was just wondering what's at stokes.
I'm not so familiar with stokes but there seems to be a few threads on here. If your up for another round on Saturday we have a few jeeps meeting for a Wharton run

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