|09-17-2011 08:50 PM|
|aekdbrich||Gulches is in Laurens, SC right outside of Greenville. They are an ORV park that has places to camp and trails for stock rigs to the most advanced rigs. Check it out: gulchesorvpark.com. It's about 3 hours from Charleston. And you'll enjoy OBX. They have about 22 miles of beach that you can take the Jeep out on and park to spend your day.|
|09-15-2011 08:16 AM|
|kfdjason7620||I never heard of the gulches but yeah obx has good waves, and its still recovering from the hurricane that destroyed the main road|
|09-15-2011 08:04 AM|
|crikeyjeepturtles||I hear theres a place called the gulches. that any good? And I hear hatteras and the outter banks have some good swells. it's gotta beat lake michigans waves. you can only surf those in the winter, and people do surf'em in the winter!|
|09-14-2011 06:58 PM|
|kfdjason7620||Well I can answer 2, uwharrie national forest in Troy, NC which is about 3hrs from MB has about 2 days worth of great trails to ride and places to camp, and the waves in NC will barely support a boogie board, but during "bike week" (memorial day weekend) you can get an eyefull!!!! Or that's what I hear!!|
|09-14-2011 06:50 PM|
Moving from Chicago to Myrtle Beach
I'm moving next summer to myrtle beach and I have a few questions for you southern jeepers.
1. What parks/trails are there to go too in the area and bordering states?
2. Can you go doorless without the mirror attachment?
3. Is there a fender length law?
4. I hear the waves are pretty flat in sc for surfing