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10-24-2012 11:39 PM
572 When we were at the trails behind Chandler I didn't notice any trash. It was the weekend and we never saw anyone else.

We had to use the GPS on our phones to find our way out when it started getting dark.
10-24-2012 12:11 PM
OklaTJ I don't live near and I've been told its a fine if you get caught out there. I looked at a Oklahoma site once that told were all the off road places were. I remember there not being many and some were due to be closed because ppl were trashy and not staying were they were supposed to.
10-24-2012 01:38 AM
572 I haven't had a Jeep long, but a friend and I went to the Chandler trails and had a pretty good time. I didn't know we weren't supposed to be there.
10-01-2012 03:00 PM
in2jeep So true,I used to drive a lowered Mustang,I used to curse the rough roads,speed bumps,& road construction obstacle courses,and of course ice & snow in winter,now I just smile & plow thru & over just about anything!
09-29-2012 08:46 PM
johnnybishop Very true, or drive through claremore in tue winter. Pot holes bigger than your rig
09-29-2012 05:36 PM
JMorey Just driving around the main roads in Tulsa is like off roading! Our roads are the worst! Been on many off road trails that are smoother than our main streets!
09-25-2012 05:01 PM
in2jeep btw,the offroad area is just west of Chandler Park on Avery drive,it looks like no mans land,but somebody does own it,I haven't been there in a long time,I've heard of people getting trespassing tickets,but not firsthand
09-25-2012 03:51 PM
Originally Posted by d-rock
Pretty sure anything at chandler is not legal to wheel on. You can go out to White Water(Keystone Dam) though, which isn't too far away. There's some decent trails, sand, and mud out there.
Good to know, I don't need any help getting tickets. I have been to keystone a bunch, lived a mile from there back when I had my Samurai. Went almost daily while it was open. I am not a big fan of the sand personally. Thanks for the info tho
09-25-2012 01:41 PM
d-rock Pretty sure anything at chandler is not legal to wheel on. You can go out to White Water(Keystone Dam) though, which isn't too far away. There's some decent trails, sand, and mud out there.
09-21-2012 10:03 PM

Have heard of some decent trails at chandler but have never been able to find them. Anyone know how to get to them? Anyone wanna go next weekend? I am running an all stock jeep but not stupid and have a winch so i promise you won't be yanking me out all day.

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