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10-20-2013 05:01 PM
DF Jeep This will be my first trip there. I'm spending money to ride more for the charity. I've heard good things about the trail system there. Different trails for all levels. No mud pit for me either. $40 for a all day date with my wife seems cheap
10-20-2013 10:48 AM
RufBoy
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Yeah, Ive been to their FB page, but it doesn't show much pics of the layout, just a few trail shots including some pics with a few XJ's half buring tipping in very deep mud. Just wish there was some feedback from people who have been there on how many trails there are, the conditions etc. I love running difficult trails, but burying my vehicle in deep mud is not an interest. Of course I have no probs helping out a worthy cause, I just want to enjoy the wheeling experience too.
I agree. I wouldn't go through the mud pit either, but I do want to see what they have for a track or trail(s) and just look around at the other 4X4s.
10-20-2013 10:42 AM
NJO
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According to the website, "A $40.00 entrance fee, gets you Entry, a CFaC T-shirt and Event sticker. Along with helping out a Charity, you will have Unlimited wheeling on the 4x4 Track, use of the "Playground" and can Play in the Mud Pit."
Yeah, Ive been to their FB page, but it doesn't show much pics of the layout, just a few trail shots including some pics with a few XJ's half buring tipping in very deep mud. Just wish there was some feedback from people who have been there on how many trails there are, the conditions etc. I love running difficult trails, but burying my vehicle in deep mud is not an interest. Of course I have no probs helping out a worthy cause, I just want to enjoy the wheeling experience too.
10-20-2013 10:34 AM
RufBoy According to the website, "A $40.00 entrance fee, gets you Entry, a CFaC T-shirt and Event sticker. Along with helping out a Charity, you will have Unlimited wheeling on the 4x4 Track, use of the "Playground" and can Play in the Mud Pit."
10-20-2013 09:02 AM
NJO I might be going......the question is, has anyone done the trails there or is it just a big mud pit? Mud pits don't interest me, not for $50 they don't when there are so many great trails in the area..........
10-20-2013 08:29 AM
DF Jeep Less than one week! Great cause....good times!!! Support awareness and your local Jeepers.
10-13-2013 04:39 PM
RufBoy I may be going. I live just off of exit 25.
10-04-2013 07:45 PM
DF Jeep Rumney, NH. Not far off exit 26.
10-04-2013 02:41 PM
thinkxingu Where is it?
10-04-2013 04:53 AM
DF Jeep
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