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01-11-2011 02:00 PM
KawiMonsterSahara
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Originally Posted by Hammerwalk View Post
Go to Bridgeport, TX. 35 miles from North Fort Worth area. The town of Bridgeport recently bought the old rock quarry and turned it into a legal OHV park with everything from single to 5 black diamond trails. They have everything for stock vehicles, all the way to the garage monsters. Its $25 a day, and you have to have a Texas OHV sticker (can be purchased at the gate for $8 and is good for a year).

I have not been there yet, but making plans to. They are also doing every 2nd weekend of the month is camp weekend. Bridgeport, TX - Official Website - Northwest OHV Park

x 2!!!

I went there Thanksgiving weekend... it was second official offroading trip... LOVED it!
12-16-2010 12:07 PM
c.m.martin1009 Pretty sure its illegal, but me and my buds go out there all the time. George bush and Campbell. Right at the intersection youll see a sign that says NO TRESPASSING but ignore that... drive down the trail and you end up in heaven Theres always people out there when i go. The cops dont care if you offroad there (have seen one there and talked to him) just as long as you dont bring alcohol.
12-15-2010 05:25 PM
tuff2010
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Originally Posted by Hammerwalk View Post
Go to Bridgeport, TX. 35 miles from North Fort Worth area. The town of Bridgeport recently bought the old rock quarry and turned it into a legal OHV park with everything from single to 5 black diamond trails. They have everything for stock vehicles, all the way to the garage monsters. Its $25 a day, and you have to have a Texas OHV sticker (can be purchased at the gate for $8 and is good for a year).

I have not been there yet, but making plans to. They are also doing every 2nd weekend of the month is camp weekend. Bridgeport, TX - Official Website - Northwest OHV Park

Good place for a person to start....they have trails for every level of driver....
12-12-2010 01:46 PM
Hammerwalk Go to Bridgeport, TX. 35 miles from North Fort Worth area. The town of Bridgeport recently bought the old rock quarry and turned it into a legal OHV park with everything from single to 5 black diamond trails. They have everything for stock vehicles, all the way to the garage monsters. Its $25 a day, and you have to have a Texas OHV sticker (can be purchased at the gate for $8 and is good for a year).

I have not been there yet, but making plans to. They are also doing every 2nd weekend of the month is camp weekend. Bridgeport, TX - Official Website - Northwest OHV Park
11-12-2010 03:15 PM
Odhinn Nothing legal in the area now that a I know of, but plenty if you are willing to drive a bit.
East Texas Trails
http://www.txmud.com/trails/panhandle.php

I like this place
http://www.txmud.com/review/index2.php?item_id=4

and here also
http://www.txmud.com/review/index2.php?item_id=95
11-10-2010 07:53 PM
CRolandLJ
4 Wheeling trails

I am new to the forum and a new jeep owner but from a jeep family. I have a stock 06 LJ (with only 9k miles!) and my dad has a 76 CJ-5 he has had since new. I was wondering if anyone knew of some mild trails near DFW perhaps on state park land or whatever where we could ride some trails and maybe even camp. We aren't looking to tear anything up just have some fun. I'd appreciate any tips y'all might have

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