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06-03-2011 06:28 AM
Batlees Look people, I understand what y'all are saying. I was just answering a question about some trails. No, I don't think it give me a "right" to enter the property. However, it isn't posted for trespassing and the "trails" are well established. If the sign were there for trespassing, then I wouldn't enter the property at all. It's something to do that is very close to where I live. I don't destroy or dump anything out there, so I don't see the big deal. That land isn't being used for anything. It's not like I'm ruining the dirt. Besides, before I go out to a place like barnwell mt, I need to set my rig up for that and $ is an issue. I'll find another place to go soon enough, but for now, that's my spot. Sorry if y'all don't like my response. This is my last post in this thread.
06-02-2011 08:25 PM
tuff2010
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There is an area marked no trespassing that is about 37 acres. I don't enter that property. There is another plot of more than 50 acres that is not marked. I go into that entrance and don't cross any fence lines. It is unfortunate that there are people that do damage and dump trash out there. But its fun, and I'll go there until I am cited for trespassing. I haven't found anything else that is close or as fun.

So just because it is not posted you think it gives you the right to enter the property??

You need to make the drive out to Bridgeport for some legal fun, or make the drive to Barnwell Mt at Gilmer tx....
06-02-2011 07:07 AM
Batlees There is an area marked no trespassing that is about 37 acres. I don't enter that property. There is another plot of more than 50 acres that is not marked. I go into that entrance and don't cross any fence lines. It is unfortunate that there are people that do damage and dump trash out there. But its fun, and I'll go there until I am cited for trespassing. I haven't found anything else that is close or as fun.
06-01-2011 07:33 AM
TexasTanTj
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Originally Posted by Batlees
I just found some trails in the Richardson / Garland area. Its off of George Bush Turnpike, just west of N. Garland Rd exit. on the E.B. side. There are several paths leading off the access rd. There are mud holes (currently) as deep as you would need or want. There are also some harder rocky wash out areas where you can creep and crawl a little. Fun little area to test out my Jeep. Just bought it a week ago. Having a blast, so far.
This area is a private piece of land and is considered trespassing if caught, our local jeep forum lsjc.org does not tolerate access on that land and has given us a very bad reputation here's the link to the sticky on our forum,
http://lsjc.org/board/showthread.php?t=34827.
But Bridgeport is a great place to wheel our local club goes out there about once a month.
05-22-2011 08:15 PM
tuff2010 Wherever you go, be responsible for your actions and how they reflect on others....

Trespassing and destroying someones property is not cool...
05-22-2011 06:06 PM
c.m.martin1009
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Originally Posted by Batlees
I just found some trails in the Richardson / Garland area. Its off of George Bush Turnpike, just west of N. Garland Rd exit. on the E.B. side. There are several paths leading off the access rd. There are mud holes (currently) as deep as you would need or want. There are also some harder rocky wash out areas where you can creep and crawl a little. Fun little area to test out my Jeep. Just bought it a week ago. Having a blast, so far.
Yep, been going there for a while. Hope to see you out there sometime!
05-14-2011 07:42 PM
Batlees I just found some trails in the Richardson / Garland area. Its off of George Bush Turnpike, just west of N. Garland Rd exit. on the E.B. side. There are several paths leading off the access rd. There are mud holes (currently) as deep as you would need or want. There are also some harder rocky wash out areas where you can creep and crawl a little. Fun little area to test out my Jeep. Just bought it a week ago. Having a blast, so far.
01-11-2011 02:35 PM
KawiMonsterSahara Bridgeport Lone star adventure park

Bridgeport, TX - Official Website - Northwest OHV Park
11-28-2010 12:24 PM
creepinjeeper Brushy creek motor farm in royse city just east of dallas.I Havent been there YET , but they do have a web site .
11-12-2010 03:12 PM
Odhinn http://www.wranglerforum.com/f53/4-w...ils-68453.html
11-11-2010 05:27 PM
c.m.martin1009
Richardson trails

Anyone know of any good trails near Richardson or Dallas? Im not looking for professional trails or anything. I just want to go test out my 4wd and have fun for a couple of hours. Any mudholes or trails that anyone know of?

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