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97TJAC 02-10-2012 10:33 AM

Hello PA people
 
i am from ohio and a group of us are planning a trip in Septemeber to visit 1 of 2 ofyour parks

we are looking at either Rausch Creek or Anthracite Outdoor Adventure

we do mild trail rigs at our private park
everything from dirt trails to rocks

we have vehicles from samis on 31's to jeeps fully built on 1 tons

Frenz 02-12-2012 10:41 AM

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ryanJKunlimited2012 02-13-2012 12:31 AM

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Originally Posted by 97TJAC (Post 2013787)
i am from ohio and a group of us are planning a trip in Septemeber to visit 1 of 2 ofyour parks

we are looking at either Rausch Creek or Anthracite Outdoor Adventure

we do mild trail rigs at our private park
everything from dirt trails to rocks

we have vehicles from samis on 31's to jeeps fully built on 1 tons

I hope Anthracite is open to the public by then. Rausch is a good time and offers challenges for newb to seasoned vets.

What part of Ohio? I had family in Chagrin Falls, and attended Wittenberg for a couple semesters.

97TJAC 02-13-2012 07:00 AM

i got an email from Anthracite and i dont believe it will be open to public by then..
It appears we are going to Rausch Creek

we are from all over... I am from just east of columbus others are from near Akron

97TJAC 02-14-2012 11:55 AM

would anyone be interested in being a tour guide for our group in september?
the weekend we are planning is 6-7-8-9 to Rausch Creek

97TJAC 02-24-2012 07:12 AM

is the KOA campground near the park a good place to setup camp

Irongrave 02-24-2012 10:24 AM

AOAA is kinda open. if your a club contact Berry who heads it up and he'll give you a guided tour of the property well worth the trip the views are great. The do have some harder stuff there as well.

As for a guide at RC If i can swing the trip I might haul my junk out there. I'd be coming from Eire PA at that point

ryanJKunlimited2012 02-25-2012 10:07 AM

As far as a leader at RC, you may have enough days to explore the trails progressively. If you contact them, they can send you a map. Start with Greens/Blues on the first day, move up to Blues/Reds on the second day, then mix in the Blacks. Also make sure to check out the NE Property, it is an extra $10 but I have been told it is worth it. I'll be there in early August for the Topless for TaTas run, 225 Jeeps, event is sold out. If I have any info for you after that, or I can make it up for a day, will update here. Good wheelin Buckeyes

jakbak 02-25-2012 05:26 PM

Whats a buckeye........


Jk enjoy your time in pa

Jeepin_Dad 02-27-2012 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by 97TJAC (Post 2069016)
is the KOA campground near the park a good place to setup camp


KOA is great, friendly staff, clean facilities, if anyone in your group has kids there is lots for them to do. It is usually where I stay if I am not just doing a day trip to Rausch. I may be able to guide one of those days, won't know until it gets a lot closer.

97TJAC 02-27-2012 07:36 AM

thanks everyone for the info

will keep everyone updated as time gets closer


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