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11-13-2012 12:39 AM
shanes04wrangler cool thanx, i will be searching when i go home. But now i have to install my novak shifter and rebuild my front driveshaft before i do any thing.
11-12-2012 11:23 PM
stans1stjeep The DNR has trail guides available. The closest are probably near West Branch in the Huron National Forest area. I haven't been there, but go on line and look for the "What Lies Beyond" Jeep club. They 're in the Metamora/Flint area and have trail rides there.
11-12-2012 11:02 PM
93redwrangler Fyi..Bundy is closed till Dec 15...after hunting season...jus had there last weekend
11-12-2012 08:05 PM
shanes04wrangler yea by the sound of it, The mounds is not what i am looking for. would like some trails with some obstacles. I was thinking about going some were up north but not sure where.
11-11-2012 02:00 PM
jkmohican Im in the metro detroit area as well, my profile picture is at the mounds, and yes its a mud pit. Only fun for a jeep you dont care about, bundy hill is more organized and better for tactical jeep driving. Both are an hour away in the opposite directions. I have more pics of the mounds if youd like to see.
11-10-2012 09:41 PM
Michiguy I am not a huge fan of offroad parks. I went to Bundy Hill recently and wasnt real impressed (however, to each their own). I prefer trail riding, for that you will have to travel over to at least the Muskegon area. If not a little further north.
11-08-2012 10:28 PM
shanes04wrangler ok will look into that thanx, yea chicago land has nothing for trails so me and my brother are looking for place for our stock tjs.
11-08-2012 10:20 PM
JReed615
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so i will be coming home around x mas time (metro detroit) and want to find some kind of trails to drive on even if i have to go up north a lil bit, were are some at? I know of the mounds but i heard thats a big mud pit, i am looking for something thats not going to beat the crap out of my jeep or have to cross water.
I've been to Bundy hill, it's about an hour and a half west. There isn't very much mud, and you can avoid any difficult obstacles. It is well maintained, and their staff is very helpful. I had a blast when I went, and I highly recommend it.
11-08-2012 06:21 PM
shanes04wrangler
trails east side of mi

so i will be coming home around x mas time (metro detroit) and want to find some kind of trails to drive on even if i have to go up north a lil bit, were are some at? I know of the mounds but i heard thats a big mud pit, i am looking for something thats not going to beat the crap out of my jeep or have to cross water.

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