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05-29-2013 09:34 AM
audi 4A wrangler It's a good spot with many entrances and miles of trails to explore. Careful for that jersey sinker mud. Some spots can be pretty deep and thick
05-25-2013 01:25 PM
Smythe86
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Originally Posted by Bigjaybo View Post

Very sandy, but fun! I've never had my Jeep there, just my Tundra I traded for the Jeep. I'm sure it's way more fun in a Jeep!
Yes it is
05-21-2013 02:49 PM
Bigjaybo
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Originally Posted by Tella914 View Post
Im from ny and i just heard of people going to the barrens to wheel is it worth the drive from ny
Very sandy, but fun! I've never had my Jeep there, just my Tundra I traded for the Jeep. I'm sure it's way more fun in a Jeep!
05-14-2013 03:52 PM
Smythe86
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Originally Posted by Gixxer86g View Post
I heard there's a lot of environmental terrorism there. (aka hippies sabotaging trails)
Wouldn't surprise me. But the trails are decent and some easy going. And they're very obvious
05-13-2013 07:45 PM
Gixxer86g I heard there's a lot of environmental terrorism there. (aka hippies sabotaging trails)
05-13-2013 05:54 PM
Smythe86
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Originally Posted by FuzzyJK View Post
check out the NJ forum on here to get some pics and ideas but its really alot of sugar sand if it has rained some deep water its alot of fun anything from easy trails to flooding your jeep out flooded trails (most do have go arounds as well) if its worth the drive or not i dont know they do have camping it would be a fun weekend. i live about 5 minutes so im spoiled :P
Yea I live in manahawkin. It's pretty nice
05-13-2013 05:53 PM
Smythe86
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Originally Posted by 99_tj View Post
If you go, don't shoot a Russian, then get lost chasing him in the snow...

Hahaha!!!!!
Hahah love that episode
04-29-2013 12:53 AM
99_tj If you go, don't shoot a Russian, then get lost chasing him in the snow...


Hahaha!!!!!
06-08-2012 03:19 PM
8figgas If your into "Puddle Jumping" its perfect.
06-07-2012 12:46 PM
FuzzyJK check out the NJ forum on here to get some pics and ideas but its really alot of sugar sand if it has rained some deep water its alot of fun anything from easy trails to flooding your jeep out flooded trails (most do have go arounds as well) if its worth the drive or not i dont know they do have camping it would be a fun weekend. i live about 5 minutes so im spoiled :P
06-03-2012 10:43 PM
Tella914
Hows wheeling in the pine barrens?

Im from ny and i just heard of people going to the barrens to wheel is it worth the drive from ny

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