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09-05-2014 04:36 PM
DBoat
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Originally Posted by cmdaily View Post
i am a member and anyone is welcome. You need to register on the forum and put your name on the list to ensure our groups are even and not over loaded... But you don't have to be a paying member.

I have never seen an event where anyone was told they could not join us if they wanted to tag along either.
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09-05-2014 01:17 PM
richcase
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Originally Posted by Rowlettjeeper View Post
Follow north great southwest parkway or whatever it is till it deadends and drive around the barricades
Thanks! Looks like this might be worth checking out

https://goo.gl/maps/iid7I
09-05-2014 09:47 AM
Rowlettjeeper
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Originally Posted by richcase View Post

According to google maps that is a warehouse district. Google Earth shows potentials to the right, or to the left across 360.

Can you clarify which side?
Follow north great southwest parkway or whatever it is till it deadends and drive around the barricades
09-05-2014 09:26 AM
richcase
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Originally Posted by BWrangler89 View Post
Type in that address above in maps and go to satellite view. Plenty of entrance spots.
According to google maps that is a warehouse district. Google Earth shows potentials to the right, or to the left across 360.

Can you clarify which side?
09-05-2014 09:18 AM
cmdaily I am a member and anyone is welcome. You need to register on the forum and put your name on the list to ensure our groups are even and not over loaded... but you don't have to be a paying member.

I have never seen an event where anyone was told they could not join us if they wanted to tag along either.

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Originally Posted by yellowtailfan View Post
FYI to all... I'm not a member of Lone Star Jeep Club, however, the first link talks about them, the second link goes to a calendar, and that last link shows this Saturday 9/6 there is a "new guys" trail ride in Bridgeport with 'offroading' 101 lessons. I'm not sure if you have to be a paying member, or if this is designed to get people on board, so contact them if you like. Just a heads up I found while traversing the wonder web

Lone Star Jeep Club

LSJC Event Calendar

LSJC Event Calendar

*The times shown may change, depending on DST settings
Calendar LSJC Event Calendar
NEW GUY'S RUN & OFFROADING 101 (Bridgeport, TX)

New Guys and 0ffroading 101 at Northwest OHV (Bridgeport)


Saturday September
6th 2014


We will hold the New Guys and Off-roading 101 Class Run at Northwest OHV Park.



  • When: Saturday / September 6th, 2014
  • Time: 9:15am till dusk
  • Where: Bridgeport TX
09-04-2014 07:56 PM
THavensYJ
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Originally Posted by Rowlettjeeper View Post
It is worth the drive steep hills some rocks and mud there is alot of sketchy situation you can get yourself into though
if it aint sketchy..... it aint gonna be a good time😜😜😜
09-04-2014 04:53 PM
yellowtailfan FYI to all... I'm not a member of Lone Star Jeep Club, however, the first link talks about them, the second link goes to a calendar, and that last link shows this Saturday 9/6 there is a "new guys" trail ride in Bridgeport with 'offroading' 101 lessons. I'm not sure if you have to be a paying member, or if this is designed to get people on board, so contact them if you like. Just a heads up I found while traversing the wonder web

Lone Star Jeep Club

LSJC Event Calendar

LSJC Event Calendar

*The times shown may change, depending on DST settings
Calendar LSJC Event Calendar
NEW GUY'S RUN & OFFROADING 101 (Bridgeport, TX)

New Guys and 0ffroading 101 at Northwest OHV (Bridgeport)


Saturday September
6th 2014


We will hold the New Guys and Off-roading 101 Class Run at Northwest OHV Park.



  • When: Saturday / September 6th, 2014
  • Time: 9:15am till dusk
  • Where: Bridgeport TX
09-04-2014 10:29 AM
BWrangler89
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Originally Posted by JTXS View Post
Where is the entrance to the trails in GP?
Type in that address above in maps and go to satellite view. Plenty of entrance spots.
09-04-2014 09:52 AM
JTXS Where is the entrance to the trails in GP?
09-04-2014 07:06 AM
Rowlettjeeper
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Originally Posted by GeorgiaTJ06 View Post
is the one in Grand Prairie this one?

How hard are the trails there/ what does it consist of, id like to go but before driving 40 minutes is love to know what I'm gettin myself in to
It is worth the drive steep hills some rocks and mud there is alot of sketchy situation you can get yourself into though
09-03-2014 11:41 PM
Mastersntx Custer and 121 is still there yes there building but one side is untouched and there a another side if you go up the creek.
09-03-2014 09:23 PM
TexanJK
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Originally Posted by GeorgiaTJ06 View Post
is the one in Grand Prairie this one?

Attachment 1453561

How hard are the trails there/ what does it consist of, id like to go but before driving 40 minutes is love to know what I'm gettin myself in to
Yes it is...

I have not been there yet either. Sorry for the lack of Knowledge, I just got my jeep on Friday. Depending on where you live though there is another spot off of 380 in McKinney, but I can't find it on the map. besides its not to exciting. If you want I can describe were it is, I'm away for school otherwise I would go find it and record the address.
09-03-2014 07:27 PM
GeorgiaTJ06
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Originally Posted by TexanJK View Post
This is my list 3198 north great south west parkway grand prairie 2914 S State Highway 101 Bridgeport, TX 76426 121 & Custer (pretty much closed) Lebanon and legacy (same as Custer, Most of it is now blocked off) There is more I know of, but don't have the address for them.
is the one in Grand Prairie this one?

Attachment 1453561

How hard are the trails there/ what does it consist of, id like to go but before driving 40 minutes is love to know what I'm gettin myself in to
09-03-2014 04:09 PM
yellowtailfan As a follow up: I did reach out and message the FB link I referenced in my earlier post, https://www.facebook.com/RedneckParadiseOffroadPark, they have not returned my IM. I will keep everyone posted.
09-03-2014 12:37 PM
TexanJK
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Originally Posted by Gruson View Post
Is there an actual list of trails around Frisco, McKinney, or Denton? I have heard about some off 380 in Denton but don't know where they are exactly.

Not sure about 121 and Coit now...heard bad things there lately.

The ones near my house at Toll Road and El Dorado are now blocked off with actual road blocks and private property signs.

Looking for more so please post!
This is my list

3198 north great south west parkway grand prairie

2914 S State Highway 101 Bridgeport, TX 76426

121 & Custer (pretty much closed)

Lebanon and legacy (same as Custer, Most of it is now blocked off)

There is more I know of, but don't have the address for them.
09-03-2014 11:10 AM
BWrangler89
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Originally Posted by TexanJK View Post
I went there on saturday, and it sucks. They have ruined that area. The mud pit is gone, there is really no more trail. Went half way around the pond and had to turn around because the trail just ended due to the construction.
Creek is still there, that's about it for that spot.
09-03-2014 10:59 AM
TexanJK
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Originally Posted by yellowtailfan View Post
I live at the corner of 121 / Custer... that place is pretty much bulldozed for luxury apartments. the construction company is using the road that led into the trail - and lately it's had new locks / gate closed. And in talking to other jeepers in my area the police are there more than before. I'd say this site is officially done. I too would be interested in 'legal' trails. And then there was this place: https://www.facebook.com/RedneckParadiseOffroadPark

But it closed and I have not seen it 're-open' as they stated. ???
I went there on saturday, and it sucks. They have ruined that area. The mud pit is gone, there is really no more trail. Went half way around the pond and had to turn around because the trail just ended due to the construction.
09-03-2014 10:46 AM
BWrangler89 There's still Lebanon and legacy but that'll be shut down soon as well as that gated community goes in. Slowly shutting down the trails in the area.
09-03-2014 10:29 AM
richcase
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Originally Posted by blade4804 View Post
Got to Facebook, and look for Jeeps of Texas / Texas Jeeps / lone star Jeep Club, all are local jeep communities that frequently got wheeling.

Welcome to the neighborhood :-)
For the Noobs like me I did stumble across North Texas Jeep Club, and we're in "District 8".

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1492267071002941/

Some of the groups mentioned above are far away

This is a map I just found with the "Districts" in our area.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...7&l=1e5a071547
09-02-2014 10:01 AM
Mountainman12
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Originally Posted by Gruson View Post
Is there an actual list of trails around Frisco, McKinney, or Denton? I have heard about some off 380 in Denton but don't know where they are exactly. Not sure about 121 and Coit now...heard bad things there lately. The ones near my house at Toll Road and El Dorado are now blocked off with actual road blocks and private property signs. Looking for more so please post!
you really get wheel anywhere around here since wverything is private property but the only places you can go without looking over you shoulders is the ohv park
09-02-2014 09:44 AM
yellowtailfan I live at the corner of 121 / Custer... that place is pretty much bulldozed for luxury apartments. the construction company is using the road that led into the trail - and lately it's had new locks / gate closed. And in talking to other jeepers in my area the police are there more than before. I'd say this site is officially done. I too would be interested in 'legal' trails. And then there was this place: https://www.facebook.com/RedneckParadiseOffroadPark

But it closed and I have not seen it 're-open' as they stated. ???
09-02-2014 09:23 AM
Gruson Is there an actual list of trails around Frisco, McKinney, or Denton? I have heard about some off 380 in Denton but don't know where they are exactly.

Not sure about 121 and Coit now...heard bad things there lately.

The ones near my house at Toll Road and El Dorado are now blocked off with actual road blocks and private property signs.

Looking for more so please post!
08-31-2014 12:51 PM
Rowlettjeeper
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Originally Posted by THavensYJ View Post
glad this thread is getting active again.... im sure someone here agrees. oh and jose the guy you were looking for is andy masters. i think his name on here is "mastersntx"
Oh i already contacted him but thx!
08-31-2014 12:38 PM
THavensYJ glad this thread is getting active again.... im sure someone here agrees. oh and jose the guy you were looking for is andy masters. i think his name on here is "mastersntx"
08-31-2014 09:31 AM
ZombieHunter14JKR Its just a mud pit in that area, a small loop. There used to be a lot of trails in that area. The majority of them have been bull dozed and cleared for housing.
08-31-2014 09:04 AM
richcase
north on Josey in The Colony

If you go north on Josey Ln in Carrollton, keep going a while past Main Street in The Colony on the right side before a bridge is a little cut out that goes down under the bridge and looks like it does a little loop.

Anyone familiar with this, and if it is worth spending any time down there?
08-29-2014 04:48 AM
richcase
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Originally Posted by Rowlettjeeper View Post
If this is directed to me thats the plan but I doubt it will rain.
Awesome. Thx Blade!
08-28-2014 10:41 PM
blade4804
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Originally Posted by richcase View Post
Hi all, just got my first Jeep, live in Carrollton, and am jumping into this thread as I'm trying to find some local trails. Thanks!
Got to Facebook, and look for Jeeps of Texas / Texas Jeeps / lone star Jeep Club, all are local jeep communities that frequently got wheeling.

Welcome to the neighborhood :-)
08-28-2014 06:35 PM
richcase Hi all, just got my first Jeep, live in Carrollton, and am jumping into this thread as I'm trying to find some local trails.

Thanks!
07-20-2014 11:34 AM
Rowlettjeeper Hey im looking for the person who had the black tj that had been hit on the side from yesterday. If your on here hmu I need to ask you a question
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