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08-28-2012 05:14 PM
TXJK2009 For those with JK's, there's
07-02-2012 12:47 PM
DFW6ER Flower Mound here as well. Fuzzy's sounds like a good idea. I'll have to check it out
07-02-2012 12:45 PM
WranglerWarrior Shady shores here I may have to swing into fuzzys as well
07-01-2012 12:23 PM
shearpamela I also live in Flower Mound, may have to stop in at Fuzzy's next time to meet some fellow Jeep lovers
05-29-2012 01:01 PM
Flying M
Originally Posted by Chrisalicious1993 View Post
I live in Flower Mound, Texas. Are there any Jeep clubs around here?
Lots of Jeeps in the Flower Mound / Lewisville area. The FM/Lewisville area LSJC crowd meet up for a Jeep "cruise-in" at Fuzzy's on Main St in Lewisville on the 3rd Thursday of each month, usually starting at 7:00 till when ever. Stop by and say hi.

Also, LSJC has their formal monthly meeting the Huffines Dodge/Jeep dealership on the second Thursday of each month. This meeting starts at 7:30pm, and everyone parks in the back of the dealership.

As far as legal trails go, Bridgeport is by far the closest to those living in the north/NW area of the DFW metromess, and is good for a solid day of wheeling. Most every weekend there are people from LSJC going to Bridgeport, and posting when (day/time) in the Unofficial Runs/Events on their website. For those living in the west / SW side of DFW, Rock Trails of Tolar is probably the closest. Those in the east side of DFW will probably find Barnwell Mountian Recreation Area (BMRA) outside Gilmer, TX probably the closest. This is also the biggest off-road park in the area. Clayton, OK is not too far, and many trails in that area. For a long weekend, Hot Springs, AR / Superlift is a great trip, especially in the fall. LSJC always has a Veteran's Day run at this park each Nov.
05-25-2012 05:35 PM
gonzoman Cudda, Its not easy living in the North Dallas area. You might check out Bridgeport, BMRA, and of course the RockTrails of Tolar in Tolar Texas. Tolar is still pretty new and still under development but it has some fun trails.
05-24-2012 11:31 AM
Cudda Im in North Dallas and the only club I know of is LSJC, like mentioned above.

There is not really a whole lot of jeep action in North Texas, not that I've found anyways. There are a ton of jeeps around though. Ive been looking for some places to go wheeling but nothing close to me. Ive wore my field out and looking for something new. The only places are a few hours away. Im up around the Frisco area.
03-30-2012 10:23 AM
ryanmalzac1 Theres lone star jeep club if you havent foudn them yet its they have events and stuff, I havent hooked up with them yet, still debating on if I want to be in a "club" not into paying dues and huge crowds at events. But I think they're the biggest local club
02-29-2012 02:44 AM
North Texas?

I live in Flower Mound, Texas. Are there any Jeep clubs around here?

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