dont know exactly where it is we have only been like 3 times and there are a few deep mud holes, a pretty big hill and one or two just small mud pits. the deep holes go to like 3 feet (found that out the bad way) and the hill is fun going down only my jeep would do it none of the trucks would try it
Haha that's because Jeeps are awesome. But yeah that sounds pretty cool I just went muddin today in Turbeville and found a few mud holes that were decent. always looking for something to get muddy in lol
There is a place right off hwy 34 cross the pee dee river I'm Marlboro county but people call it Saudi Arabia sounds kind like what he is talking about. I know there a lot of people go to ride atv on Sundays there but trucks and jeeps I think are still welcome
Oh I gotcha. Well I'm going to the lake Thursday and all weekend so it'll be a few weekend before I can really get out and do anything. But if you want to trade info just pm me and we can stay in touch
Hey know you said 40 mile radius but here in Sumter I have found tons of back roads throughout the park here. Some decent holes to mud and some nice tight forest roads as well. Two different times I have done about 30 miles each time strictly on dirt and mud roads. Couple of places I wouldn't take my stock JK out of fear if getting stuck.
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