|07-06-2013 12:30 AM|
|kpickens11||So ill be in maine in 12 hours.... Are you maine iacs serious?! No one has responded!? guess ill go wildcat and search for some trails|
|07-01-2013 06:17 PM|
I'd like to go out on Sunday or Monday most likely. I'd like to run moderate trails, not aiming for breakdowns because I have to drive it home 8 hrs.
2012 JK 2.5" lift
|07-01-2013 06:15 PM|
|kpickens11||Hey guys--- coming up to Booth Bay Harbor next week--- anyone around and willing to take me out to see some trails|
|04-18-2013 10:59 PM|
|04-18-2013 10:50 PM|
Some nice trails in Berwick around Murdock lake:
Take Rte 9 into Berwick.
Turn right onto Wilson Rd (at traffic light).
Turn Right at first stop sign (Sullivan Rd).
Bear left onto Pine Hill Road
Take Pine Hill Rd about 2 miles
Turn left onto Ridlon Rd.
Ridlon road becomes dirt road after 1/2 mile or so.
You'll cross the Salmon Falls river.
You'll see a Sod farm on your left.
Around this point you'll begin to see some dirt turn-offs on your right. These are trails to and around the lake. Here are the GPS coordinates: 43.3241N 70.8855W
Also some nice mud to play in nearby.
Here's a shot from last weekend:
|04-11-2013 03:32 PM|
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|04-03-2013 08:51 AM|
|02-26-2013 01:17 PM|
I am moving to Shapleigh and will be there around April!! Are there any trails in that area or any local jeep clubs? any info would be great!! Thanks T.J.
|06-28-2007 08:22 PM|
ok, so I found some decent back roads. It's the old kennebunk road. If you look at a map, off of the turnpike exit in Kennebunk, head north-west down into west kennebunk on the Alfred Road. You go straight at the blinking red light (this crosses thompson road), past the Kennebunk Animal Shelter. Keep going straight and you'll see on the map where the road splits off in like a three pronged Y (old falls road goes off to the left, cole road goes off to the right). Keep going straight on what's called middle road on google maps, and the road finally crosses the old north berwick road. Go straight across this somewhat main road and it turns into a dirt road. There's an excavation company down this road a ways with an active quarry. Just past the quary area the road heads up into the woods and gets pretty rocky. This road itself isn't terribly amazing jeeping, but there's a bunch of little side trails that head off into the woods down a ways. Some are wired off, some aren't... I found it by accident coming from another direction, but figured out once I got home where exactly the road is.
here's directions from the turnpike: look at this map and it's pretty self explanatory
|05-03-2007 05:32 PM|
|mmasuperman12||anyone going to the newjo spring fling June 1,2,3? im planning on going as long as i get the new shock mounts welded new shocks new rear brakes and new rear gas lines all installed when i get home for summer and if im not working somewhere else. but i should be there.|
|04-18-2007 03:47 PM|
|mmasuperman12||ok well the snow is gone and its supposed to be getting warmer. anyone up for a ride?|
|02-25-2007 06:51 PM|
|birdkilla2k1||i havent really looked hard enough myself, im up in waterboro, plenty of woodsy areas with trails, ive been on only 2 up here, havent needed any special permission, just been lucky i guess lol|
|02-24-2007 09:54 PM|
southern maine wheeling trails?
Does anyone know of any good trails here in southern maine (around biddeford type southern maine) that we can "legally" wheel on? I want to get out and start having some fun, but I also don't want to drop $250 for camp jeep or wreck my jeep since it's my commuter... might need to wait for spring though...