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Reckless Robb 01-02-2012 08:38 PM

North Central Arkansas Wheelin
 
Many of the posts are asking for places to go get muddy or just some decent mild trails.....maybe even a rock ledge or the like. How about giving me ideas as to how large or for that fact the minimum acreage your looking to play on. I'll explain later
Thanks in advance!

red beard 01-02-2012 11:42 PM

depending on terrain it can very greatly, if looking for an afternoon, as little as 50 acres can be fun, for a weekend it takes more. there used to be a place in harrison ark. by the old dog patch, I wheeled there before it closed it was fun, cant remember the size though. I wheel at my in laws place in marshal from time to time and like the terrain there as well.
good luck on your ventures, curious to see what your working on.

Reckless Robb 01-03-2012 10:20 AM

Working on about 100 1/2 some tuff, many low branches, a lot of mud (at least this past weekend), rocks and what not. Definitely not for the garage trophies as I've added a few scratches and a dent or two to my own rig on the last outing.
Have to let you know next time we're out!

jmcc75 01-04-2012 04:56 AM

I will never set foot on dog patch property again unless its day time and I've got a loaded ar15. They've got a cult living there along with a bunch of hillbillies makin meth. Last time I went up there it was about 2am in a jacked up bronco covered in lights. There were people in tan robes (all of which looked like they hadn't eaten anything but tree bark and bugs for a few years) walking around staring at us like a spaceship had landed. Then a guy in a white robe carrying a snake steps out on one of the balconies and they all start walking towards him. We left pretty damn quick cuz we only had one gun in the truck and I didn't feel like squealin like a pig.

Reckless Robb 01-04-2012 05:40 AM

This isn't "The old dog patch". HaHa...Thats good stuff! We're on the northern side of Mountain Home. Haven't seen any robed bark eaters , however ,will keep an eye out while cutting trails (only have approx. 8 miles of trails so far) & playing in the mud & rocks.

red beard 01-04-2012 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by jmcc75 (Post 1886488)
I will never set foot on dog patch property again unless its day time and I've got a loaded ar15. They've got a cult living there along with a bunch of hillbillies makin meth. Last time I went up there it was about 2am in a jacked up bronco covered in lights. There were people in tan robes (all of which looked like they hadn't eaten anything but tree bark and bugs for a few years) walking around staring at us like a spaceship had landed. Then a guy in a white robe carrying a snake steps out on one of the balconies and they all start walking towards him. We left pretty damn quick cuz we only had one gun in the truck and I didn't feel like squealin like a pig.

this was property just behind dog patch, only referenced it as it was wheeling in north central arkansas. this was back in 2005.
missed all wildlife while i was there. :thumb:

Barmanvarn 01-04-2012 07:07 PM

My dad likes the jasper area.


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