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post #1 of 4 Old 01-30-2010, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to lease Land

I read an article in one of my Magazines about an off road group went together and looked for land that could not be used for farming or anything else, So they asked the owner to lease the land to wheel... So that gave me an idea, why cant this be done in this area.. (mercer county or around) there is so much area that is owned by private individuals that can not do anything with the land... I was looking for anyone's thoughts on this. And if anyone who knows someone who would be interested.. This is a Off-Roaders area, With Truck nights in the summers, 4wd hardware, summitt, Meridian, six points... There has to be a place that we can wheel every weekend and not needing to wait for events....

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Insurance will kill you. I'm not trying to dash your dreams but its going to cost a bit of money for the type of land you want even if the lease will allow it.

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I dont see why not, wheeling is prob a lot safer than hunting so I wouldnt think insurance would be an issue. A lot of landowners lease land for hunting. I think the bigger problem would be find landowners willing to allow you to cut trails.

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Where i used to live some guy bought a whole bunch of land that used to be a tree farm for the paper mill. Well my dad was looking at some of it, and the guy saw that I had a jeep and offered up the use of the land to me and my friends.

The land wasnt that great for wheelin, a few short trails, but mostly it was covered in fallen trees.

Maybe just try to find a really nice landower.

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