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Old 07-16-2011, 08:45 PM
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Brick's Off Road Park

Anybody ever been? Just curious how well a stock TJ would stand up to the park

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Old 08-21-2011, 02:48 AM   #2
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I wAs there a couple of years back before I had my jeep I have a buddy that lives not far from there in poplar bluff the stuff I saw wasn't real crazy mostly mud I didn't see any rock crawling but they did have some trails I think I think you should be good in A stocker have fun and post pics

if you are on a home comp and have questions for me please send me a pm here because they go to my phone as i dont get a chance to get on here with my comp thanks
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Old 04-25-2012, 09:46 PM   #3
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I was wanting to head up there sometime later this summer for a weekend. I just bought a 97 wrangler sport with a 4.5" lift and was wanting to try it out on some of their trails. It's hard to find out much about the trails because all they mainly advertise is their monster truck mudding
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Old 05-31-2012, 07:01 PM   #4
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Central Missouri

Have not been gown near Poplar Bluff Yet!
Went to a place called Rocky Falls down hwy 19 through Salem to Eminence Mo. then hwy 106 east went south on hwy NN it turned out complicated.
We followed directions to a tee (someone had torn down the sign pointing to the Falls) ended up on some logging trails almost as much fun as the Water Fall! nice trail.
Any one else been around Mo. tell us where to go
I heard about a place in Southwest Mo. near a town called "Cassyville" or something like that where they have different 4x4 trails for different skill levels
any one heard or know anything?
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There flat n nasty in Salem it's got trails for all different levels. Think it's mostly rocky terrain. Laidback- I have been there on those roads they are fun!!
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