|01-16-2014 07:33 PM|
Found this on the web.
"Do NOT stray from the roadways. Aside from the obvious pitfalls, such as getting lost, these forests are environmentally and historically sensitive; you may inadvertently damage or kill plants or animals, or destroy historical artifacts. Stop at one of the forest offices, either at Batsto or Atsion, and pick up a brochure with a basic map of the sand roads, natural areas, campgrounds, etc."
Once we get the old Tracker running good I'll be going. April - October. Lots and lots of mudding to be had. Sometimes I'm not sure if the tracker will make it. Lol.
|01-16-2014 08:57 AM|
|Tkillian||So atsion center on 206 will give me a trail map? Let me know if any of you guys take a trip out on the weekend I'd like to learn my way around there I'm lifting my jk next week ams ordering tires so should be good to go in 3 wks but I can take out there stock|
|01-16-2014 07:25 AM|
|joeyzac45||Wow that's awesome! Def can't say I've seen anything like that out there before. I rode stock out there several times with no issue and plenty of other folks do as well, upgrades don't hurt either|
|01-15-2014 10:21 PM|
|01-15-2014 09:51 PM|
Lots of good folks to hook up with on this thread if you're looking to go out in the Pines
|01-14-2014 07:26 PM|
|Gne||The pines are the best!!! Lots of deep mud! There are also maintained dirt roads. I do believe you can pick up a trail map at atsion on rt. 206.|
|01-06-2014 02:30 PM|
|Tkillian||I'm from jersey and want to know the same thing. I recently went to the line barrens which was cool but didn't really know my way around|
|12-12-2013 12:19 PM|
Any good trails in nj
are there any good trails in nj or near nj?