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09-28-2010 07:01 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by jtraider View Post
chandler park has some really good trails. so does disney. white water park below keystone damn has some good mud.
I've nEver seen any good mud there just a bunch of sand
06-04-2010 09:25 PM
OklaTJ Clayton Oklahoma is like 65 miles for me
04-29-2010 01:29 PM
jtraider did you guys find good spots around tulsa? try going straight east on 71st street until it ends at the river. there's some trails out there. also, riverside and about 121st street south. there's trails all through there to access the river.
02-01-2010 05:11 PM
Eric06Rubi
powerline at clayton


I think this is cake walk at green acres

carnage from 3 trail
07-02-2009 05:09 PM
nu arty boy Is there anything in the Lawton area? I got yelled at by Range control while "exploring" the training areas of Fort Sill a few weeks back so that is out of the question...
03-25-2009 12:05 PM
T-BONE N BIXBY I don't know how you would explain this, but exactly where at, at Chandler Park? Go past the baseball fields? I'm a newbie, and just want to go play in some mud, and climb something to test out my 4 wheel. Nothing like climbing over boulders or anything. I'm still stock height with 31 x 10.5's.
10-21-2008 11:12 AM
jtraider chandler park has some really good trails. so does disney. white water park below keystone damn has some good mud.
12-28-2007 05:03 PM
absolutfris Wannabe, My girlfriend and i just moved to Tulsa as well. We just bought a 05 TJ and want to take it off road. Anytime that you and your wife want to go to disney let me know.
12-20-2007 10:59 PM
wannabe we go to chandler park when we are not wanting to go too far from tulsa. where in BA are you? i live north of the senior high.
visit our local site www.tulsaoffroad.com
12-16-2007 10:20 PM
MR.CLIFFORD Disney is around 65 miles from Tulsa and is an excellent place to go. You can wheel year round. We went in April and October. Last year we took our stock TJ and had a blast.



Then took it back in April of 07.



October we took the big jeep.



There is every kind of wheelin you can imagine. From rocks, to dirt, to trails, and mud. There is always plenty of water too.
12-16-2007 09:46 PM
stinger124 I am from Texas, but I do my wheelin in Oklahoma because you all have the best trails that I have been on...
My favorite two spots are ... Clayton Oklahoma, and Disney Oklahoma.
Neither one are to far from Tulsa... I have abuddy that I wheel with who lives in Tulsa, and he wheels at both of the spots I mentioned..
04-24-2007 07:16 PM
RenoosRemoob
Best Off-Roading Spots?

Hey, where do you all go off-roading in Oklahoma?

We live in Broken Arrow. My wife has a TJ and I bought a 4-door JK late last November. We would love to find some great spots. We went down to the Camp Gruber ORV Area (not too far from Greenleaf state park on Tenkiller Lake) and had a great time. But, we would love to find somethinig else closerto Tulsa.

Does anyone know of any good off-roading spots nearer to Tulsa?

Or, we would love to learn about any of your favorite spots anywhere within the state of Oklahoma?

Thanks.

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