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mhchockey84 10-24-2010 09:07 AM

northern nj
 
anywhere i can do to a bit of tailing not looking for anything serious just some off road fun?

Gobigorgohome 10-26-2010 09:46 AM

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Originally Posted by mhchockey84 (Post 837616)
anywhere i can do to a bit of tailing not looking for anything serious just some off road fun?


I have the same problem living in central NJ. There are places to go around Batsto Village (exit 52 on the Garden State Porkway), but I haven't found anything else farther north (I am sure there are places in northwest Jerz). If you find anything in central or northern NJ, feel free to share. :punk:

rd-wrangler 10-26-2010 12:31 PM

yeah im looking for spots also

BrownRM914 10-28-2010 08:21 PM

Where are said areas off the garden state parkway??

Gobigorgohome 10-29-2010 12:11 PM

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Originally Posted by BrownRM914
Where are said areas off the garden state parkway??

Exit 52 off the parkway for Batsto. Alot of the roads have actual street names, but are unpaved and muddy. Nothing too intense, but fun. I know there are places in Wharton State Park, but I have not yet been.

mhchockey84 11-16-2010 08:42 PM

someone posted pictures from a short trail in northern nj i asked where it was but got no answer

straight muddin 11-16-2010 09:09 PM

hey theres some pits up in bayville, nj and like 2 pits in freehold, nj

akoop 11-18-2010 03:12 PM

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Originally Posted by mhchockey84 (Post 837616)
anywhere i can do to a bit of tailing not looking for anything serious just some off road fun?


Take a look at Stokes State Forest area off route 206. There are some nice dirt trails, nothing hard but real nice area.

RatherBNarizona 11-18-2010 11:35 PM

Try our New Jersey section
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f93/
Also, there are many people on here who do not post locations, because there some followers on here who close those exact locations. I would suggest PMing local members and asking them directly, because most will not post a trail (especially ones they really like).

burton160w 11-21-2010 01:30 AM

RatherBNMexico is absolutely correct. Those of us who live down in the Pine Barrens know tons of places that you can go wheeling and get her dirty, but they're kept from the public simply because of individuals who like to come tear up areas of the Pine Barrens (See the Quarter Mile) and give us a bad name. A majority of people I know (and I hope this includes you) use the land to have some fun and test the limits while getting a new muddy paint. But there are a lot of others who dump and litter, wreck ecological habitats by going off the trails, and cause a general nuisance to surround communities.

I'll give you the obvious Attison Lake and Wharton to check out. There are trail maps available at the ranger station, just stay on the trails and you'll be fine. Other then that, stay involved at places like WF or JeepForum. Get involved with the NJJA and you'll get trail rides and trail information.


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