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05-31-2012 02:40 PM
Defiant Systems Appreciate the response! I am headed to Ft Polk at the end of the year. I'm originally from Shreveport, La but I didn't have a jeep back then. I'll have to link up with you guys some time. My jeep is slightly epic at this point.
05-28-2012 08:12 AM
Jkcreeper
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Hello everyone! Did a search and found very little about trails in west Louisiana. I'm moving there at the end of the year and I would like to have an idea of where I can go playing around. Anyone have experience in this area?

10 JK with 4" Rancho lift, Rancho front and rear bumpers with Rancho rock sliders. Inside bed lined with drain plugs removed. Ready to fill the cab with swamp water!
Welcome DS! I'm originally from LA, work at Ft. Polk. There are a few built JKs here (not mine, yet) .. in "the box" out of rotation you can find a few challenging tank or humvee trails.. mostly "highlines" for climbing,etc. Mud is mostly found around the lakes, like Toledo Bend.. Lot's of land is posted around here though. Sabine River, or any "Old River Rd" can take you through some challenging mudholes.. Unfortunately, I only have time to use my JK for DD, and occasional fishing trips to Hackberry, Big Lake, or LC (Prien Lake).. anyho, just a little info..James
05-11-2012 09:18 AM
Defiant Systems
Louisiana near Ft Polk trails?

Hello everyone! Did a search and found very little about trails in west Louisiana. I'm moving there at the end of the year and I would like to have an idea of where I can go playing around. Anyone have experience in this area?

10 JK with 4" Rancho lift, Rancho front and rear bumpers with Rancho rock sliders. Inside bed lined with drain plugs removed. Ready to fill the cab with swamp water!

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