Need a place to wheel th JK in Oklahoma
Anyone know of a place to go wheeling in Oklahoma...preferably near Oklahoma City. I have a friend whose 7 year old daughter is dying for me to take her offroading. I want to make it an easy one day trip but I want to show her and her dad what the Jeep can do.
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nothing up where I'm at but I want to say, disney, and clayton OK are two GREAT spots.
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Clayton would be the closest place to OKC that I know of. You could head north to little sahara for some play in the dunes. Best thing to do would just be to talk to other Jeepers in the area (ie when you see one in a parking lot somewhere or whatever) and see what they have to say.
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If the daughter were older than 7, I'd tell you to go to Disney. Youngsters could learn about the WPA and what it did for the USA, and about the longest multiple-arch dam in the world. Not to mention the hydroelectric power generation.
And the ORV area is awesome.
And the ORV area is awesome.
Theres not a lot of legal places around the city, that are fun anyways... except for one place out by Tinker on 59th & Douglas. If you find any other though let me know, Im always lookin for local wheelin spots.
Last edited by T baggin98; 11-04-2008 at 03:46 PM.
I go along the Canadian river in Norman. Enter by following the road next to Marc Heitz Chevrolet, follow it past the trailer park where it turns into a dirt road and leads to the river. You can go about a mile in each direction from there.
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