welcome. I know there are a lot of spots down in the Miami/South Florida area you just gotta find them! When driving down roads look for trail entrances or anywhere where trees are cut out and lots of tire marks have gone into. Also, go to a local offroad place and they will be able to tell you where to go and sometimes even the ******** at autozone know of a few places.
Done alot of lite mud and trail riding in south Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and nebraska when my jeep was stock. Then I the time of my life with upgrades in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming for about a year. Been in homestead fl for 2.5 years out at turkey point and had one of those girl friends that said she would go but never did. Anyhow, haven't been out in 2.5 years. She's ready though( the jeep that is). The other ones gone.
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