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Old 10-10-2012, 04:20 PM   #1
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Here are some pay to play or club only parks in PA. Feel free to add and keep a running list. Try to keep it organized and clean.

Rausch Creek Offroad. Tremont PA. Pay. No Club.
Rock Run Offroad Park. Patton PA. Pay. No Club.
Doe valley. Windber PA. Big Rubber's Club.

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Been to Rausch. Have not been to the others. What are they like? GREAT idea on the thread Golden.

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Well rock run was a large Atv park and they have been cutting in ohv trails for a few years now. 6000 acres of land. 25 bucks on the weekend. And 15 on Wednesday and thurs. close after October for the winter. Decent amount of trails with either fairly easy type trails or very very hard. A few in between. It's pretty fun.

Doe valley is the club land of the big rubbers group who has been around for over 10 years now I think. It's pretty big. Lots of nice basic trails and a good set of rocks for the bigger guys. Only been there once because Its club members only except on their events. They have a few a year. It's very nice property. I have some pictures I can share of the three but if you search for my on the trail threads I think I have one for each place with pictures.
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Doe Valley is awesome! I get try to get there for all their events. Fall crawl is coming up at the end of October.

I usually go to a place In Layton, PA everyone calls Creek Falls. It's just where all the locals go and is a decent place to go for the day.

Scrubgrass OHV park just opened up in January up near Kittaning. 1,300 acres and they keep cutting more trails. They are closed for hunting season but will open back up after.
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Scrubgrass is only 2 1/2 hours from me, how are the trails there?

Outback Adventure Park, Six Points/Eau Claire, PA (dont know anything about it)
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Scrubgrass is only 2 1/2 hours from me, how are the trails there?

Outback Adventure Park, Six Points/Eau Claire, PA (dont know anything about it)
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When I first went there in January they weren't the best, but they have been making a lot more trails. I only went there another time after when it was still kind of new. A lot of people i talked to said it's much better. I plan to go back when it opens up again.





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Ive only heard of Rausch Creek. The other 2 sound pretty interesting. Maybe try and get some people together and make a trip sometime.
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we need to do a mini PA based UA type trip wheel and travel over a few days hit a bunch of places
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we need to do a mini PA based UA type trip wheel and travel over a few days hit a bunch of places
That's a lot of miles/gas for Jeeps to cross Pa back and forth. None of these places are really close to each other.. Haha
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Is anyone going to Rock Run on November 4th for their Toys for tots event?
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That's a lot of miles/gas for Jeeps to cross Pa back and forth. None of these places are really close to each other.. Haha

Scrubgrass OHV park and Outback Adventure Park are only about 75 minutes from eachother and close to the Pittsburgh area.
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Is anyone going to Rock Run on November 4th for their Toys for tots event?
Me and 3 or 4 others are considering it, since they closed the weekend of the 27th for a race. We want to get out.

Dv and rock run are about 45 minutes away from eachother. when anthracite adventure park opens, it will be less than an hour away from rausch I think. honestly most of these parks can handle a full weekend of wheeling. we spent about 22 hours on the trails at rausch and barely touched them.


I will add these others to the list.

Remo, I think I talked to you some on the BR forum, during spring thaw. Can you give me more info on this other event you mentioned? I'll check the forum too.
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Rausch Creek Offroad. Tremont PA. Pay. No Club.
Rock Run Offroad Park. Patton PA. Pay. No Club.
Doe valley. Windber PA. Big Rubber's Club.
Creek Falls, Layton, PA. ?????
Scrubgrass OHV, Kittaning, PA. ?
Outback Adventure Park, Six Points/Eau Claire, PA
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Me and 3 or 4 others are considering it, since they closed the weekend of the 27th for a race. We want to get out.

Dv and rock run are about 45 minutes away from eachother. when anthracite adventure park opens, it will be less than an hour away from rausch I think. honestly most of these parks can handle a full weekend of wheeling. we spent about 22 hours on the trails at rausch and barely touched them.

I will add these others to the list.

Remo, I think I talked to you some on the BR forum, during spring thaw. Can you give me more info on this other event you mentioned? I'll check the forum too.
Reading Anthracite is about an hour from me hear near Philly
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Reading requires permits. Wheel there if you want, just don't get caught. I live here and know that they can be jerks.
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Reading requires permits. Wheel there if you want, just don't get caught. I live here and know that they can be jerks.
From what I saw on the site it was supposed to be opening as a legit park? Any more information would be appreciated.
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Thanks Remo. If you want to do that toys for tots run pm me. I am talking to my guys about it now.
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Reading anthracite in schuylkill county?
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I'd love to wheel rock run but no way in hell is it going to happen this year with the YJ now axleless
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I'd love to wheel rock run but no way in hell is it going to happen this year with the YJ now axleless
They are only this weekend, next weekend, and the 4th anyways.... sucks. I go to school 15 mins away now.
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Anyone doing this? Looks fun. Maybe will take my 15 yr old boy and camp night before
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Anyone doing this? Looks fun. Maybe will take my 15 yr old boy and camp night before

I think we are going to go. I like the club, its 25 minutes from home and 30 from school so its a nice halfway shot either way. Good property, guys are cool. We were going to rock run that day but it is closed. Price is very fair too.

Get a hold of me if you need a group. I am like 75% sure at this point on going.
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From what I saw on the site it was supposed to be opening as a legit park? Any more information would be appreciated.
Reading Anthracite is different than Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area.

Reading Anthracite is coal company owned land that you can buy yearly access permits for. Access Permits - Reading Anthracite Coal

Antracite Outdoor Adventure Area is Northumberland County owned land that they are currently working to open a multi-use offroad park. I've done a couple of tours with park officals, the first one was a general tour of the proposed area and the last was to prerun some of the trails they were using for the Jeep Jamboree earlier this summer. What they were telling us they hope to be open to the general public sometime next year, right now they are just holding special events like the Jamboree and ATV safety training courses and races.

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I'm going as of now, I need redemption on one of their trails that claimed my axle shaft.
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anyone who wants to wheel doe valley come out to our fall crawl . i can make sure you get hooked up with a good trail leader/gunner.

houtzdale,pa is another area to wheel, it is free and offers tons of different trails/obsticles
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Here are some pics and video from Rock Run Recreation Area
The area in those pictures was badly grown over last month when we went.

Fun park thought. We played mostly on radio road that day, and trail 27 itself was worth almost a whole day.

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Reading Anthracite is coal company owned land that you can buy yearly access permits for. Access Permits - Reading Anthracite Coal

Antracite Outdoor Adventure Area is Northumberland County owned land that they are currently working to open a multi-use offroad park. I've done a couple of tours with park officals, the first one was a general tour of the proposed area and the last was to prerun some of the trails they were using for the Jeep Jamboree earlier this summer. What they were telling us they hope to be open to the general public sometime next year, right now they are just holding special events like the Jamboree and ATV safety training courses and races.

Some pics from AOAA Earlier this summer
I'm not the one who said that but thanks for clarifying. I hadn't ever heard of the Reading-Anthracite and I think the other poster hadn't heard of AOAA so that's where the confusion came in. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
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anyone who wants to wheel doe valley come out to our fall crawl . i can make sure you get hooked up with a good trail leader/gunner.

houtzdale,pa is another area to wheel, it is free and offers tons of different trails/obsticles

I think we are looking to come up, anywhere from 2-10 of us. I will check in on the BR forum, but love the property and you guys are all easy going too. I am just waiting on my people to commit.
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I think we are looking to come up, anywhere from 2-10 of us. I will check in on the BR forum, but love the property and you guys are all easy going too. I am just waiting on my people to commit.

thats awesome, the more the merrier .

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