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11-21-2013 10:25 PM
wvsdm1
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Originally Posted by tennessee21 View Post
County
I for got just nothwest of Knoxville a park called Windrock is suppose to be good. I was never there.
11-21-2013 10:17 PM
tennessee21 County
11-21-2013 10:17 PM
tennessee21 Sweet I'm from sevier count
11-21-2013 10:13 PM
wvsdm1
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Originally Posted by tennessee21 View Post
Is it mud or trails
Trails with some mud.
11-21-2013 10:11 PM
tennessee21 Is it mud or trails
11-21-2013 10:00 PM
wvsdm1
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Originally Posted by bbtj View Post
You might check into the DeLorme Atlas and Gazeteer. They publish a book for each state that shows the back roads, unmaintained roads, fire roads, as well as the paved roads.
Not sure if this is for you , but I see a lot of jeeps and trucks at a place called Brimstone. It is approx 30 miles north of Knoxville Tenn.
Also in south east Kentucky the town of Everts has a great park. Check them out, they are great places.
In Pa, in the town of Treverton, there is a park that is 8miles long and apprx 5 miles wide. I think it's called READING ANTHRACITE PARK.
11-05-2013 05:57 AM
bbtj You might check into the DeLorme Atlas and Gazeteer. They publish a book for each state that shows the back roads, unmaintained roads, fire roads, as well as the paved roads.
10-31-2013 08:23 PM
SirRyan I am in on this thread. I live in Clarksville and the only thing I could find was some light unpaved (some tight and climbing ) roads. You can google TN dirt devil.
10-22-2013 09:54 PM
c0ld
Anyone have maps of logging roads in Tennessee?

Looking to camp out and ride some remote roads in and around Tenn. anyone have or know of maps I could follow?

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