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Unread 07-16-2008, 03:15 PM   #1
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Hocking Hills Ohio wheeling?

Anyone know any good spots around the hocking hills area to wheel?

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Unread 07-18-2008, 08:02 AM   #2
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i dont know the answer friend, but i would sure like to know myself...

my buddy mike may know.. he sure knows all the hiking trails out there like nobody i have met.

beautiful part of ohio...
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Unread 07-18-2008, 01:37 PM   #3
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its such a nice place to camp and hike. it would be nice if it had ORV trails too..
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Unread 07-20-2008, 03:04 AM   #4
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im not 100% but i belive we're out of luck with anything open to the public down there for wheelin. phish832 were ya located at? my best friend's g-ma lives down around sugargrove..and got a trail thru her woods started...if we ever get around to finishing it mabey u could come down a give it go with us.
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Unread 07-20-2008, 12:49 PM   #5
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My brother and I rode some gravel county roads and trails through the woods that led to fishing holes, hunting and camping spots in the AEP Park SE of Zanesville near the Wilds. It was nothing that most people couldn't have driven in a Honda Civic, but the only thing I could find other than Painted Rock.

If I hit the lottery, I'll buy some land and create an ORV park. Until then, we are sol in Ohio.
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Oh come one now! the place is riddled with logging roads and gas well roads.
Go into nelsonville on 33 go up to the prison. can't find it ask some one . and drive on past it and you will be in Snake hollow. its all open and ready to ride!. I went to school there and we went all over in there. In town used to be the Coal Creek coal minign company office. you could ride all of there land with a simple permisison slip that all you had to do was go apply for. Again the lil office was in town. not sure if its still there or not though. Amazing wheelin times we had there. now that GPS is available I'd bring one! easy to get lost and turned around in them hollers. Lotsa old coal mines.

Also go behind Hocking College, take the loop road that goes behind the mountain that is the backdrop for the college. lotsa access to gas mines roads back there.
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im not 100% but i belive we're out of luck with anything open to the public down there for wheelin. phish832 were ya located at? my best friend's g-ma lives down around sugargrove..and got a trail thru her woods started...if we ever get around to finishing it mabey u could come down a give it go with us.
I am in south Dayton. we go down to KY a few times a year into Red River. Nice rock wheeling down there. I like the rocks. But ill take whatever I can get.
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Unread 07-31-2008, 01:25 PM   #8
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Oh come one now! the place is riddled with logging roads and gas well roads.
Go into nelsonville on 33 go up to the prison. can't find it ask some one . and drive on past it and you will be in Snake hollow. its all open and ready to ride!. I went to school there and we went all over in there. In town used to be the Coal Creek coal minign company office. you could ride all of there land with a simple permisison slip that all you had to do was go apply for. Again the lil office was in town. not sure if its still there or not though. Amazing wheelin times we had there. now that GPS is available I'd bring one! easy to get lost and turned around in them hollers. Lotsa old coal mines.

Also go behind Hocking College, take the loop road that goes behind the mountain that is the backdrop for the college. lotsa access to gas mines roads back there.
How far is this from the Old Mans Cave camp grounds? i will be going there in about a week.
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NELSONVILLE iS ABOUT 10 Miles south on 33 from old mans cave .
get yer map out...can't miss nelsonville...unless you blink. lol!!
nah its not that small
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