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08-07-2014 04:38 PM
Racerboy11 I've lived and have wheeled in the gp Medford area my whole life I can take Anyone who wants to see some trails if y'all wanna go just email me and well set up a wheeling trip
12-09-2013 08:51 PM
94wrangleryj If you are in the grants pass area..... Look into the McGrew trail right by cave junction on the way to the coast. About 30-45 min from you. Could also look into johns peak in jacksonville. Its more of a play area not a trail but they have lots of fun stuff to do up there
09-30-2013 04:35 PM
141 Go on jeep forum and search the Oregon thread. There is a few guys on there. I've heard there is some trails in the Applegate valley around Jacksonville, but I've never been in them. Mcgrew trail is the only one I know of.
09-30-2013 02:58 PM
RanMan62
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I have a passion for wheelin in my 04' Rubicon but I just moved to the Grants Pass area and have no clue of any clubs or trails...Are there any clubs around? or does anyone want to get together and go out on some trails? or maybe just inform me on a few around the area?
Much appreciated...
I am a little new at this 4x4 stuff and have been looking around for some trails to 4x4 in Grants Pass or close by. I did find this website that shows some good trails. Oregon ATV Trails

Maybe some time we can get together I do know of 1 - 2 trails very close to Grants Pass.
07-23-2013 07:36 PM
0tter
Greetings!

Welcome to Southern Oregon!

Unfortunetly I just bought my first jeep (2013 Sport Unlimited) and don't have a clue about off roading yet. But one thing you may want to know about is the current restrictions due to fire season. They can be found here:

SWOFIRE
07-23-2013 02:25 PM
N13TG hmmmm....I guess the no response implies me to make my own trails.
07-22-2013 02:13 PM
N13TG
Southern Oregon trails?

I have a passion for wheelin in my 04' Rubicon but I just moved to the Grants Pass area and have no clue of any clubs or trails...Are there any clubs around? or does anyone want to get together and go out on some trails? or maybe just inform me on a few around the area?
Much appreciated...

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