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Unread 09-06-2010, 09:36 AM   #1
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SMORR (Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch)

So me and a family member went to SMORR in Seymore, MO SMORR, Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch - Home this last weekend. We had a great time and the trails are amazing. The trails are rated 1-5 (with #1 being the easiest). Most of the 2's should be upgraded to 3's and most of the 3's should be upgraded to 4's. The speed channel had been out a couple of weeks before and shot a race so some of the trails were pretty torn up. The main road to the bigger trails was the #1's mainly. The further off of the number 1's, we got, the condition of the trails was better.

We were the only stock Jeepers in the entire place that weekend (that I seen). There were some really impressive rigs to look at and drool over and a lot of fun watching some of the rigs go up the bigger things that our stock Jeeps would not have made it up. I am really impressed with what our stock rigs were able to do.

Between our two Jeeps we had a 1) 2006 Rubicon completely stock 2) 2000 Sahara with a two inch lift and a 10,000 HF winch, LS Rear Dif. It was really a good time.

One thing I was really surprised about was how clickish everyone was. We were friendly with everyone we saw, offered drinks, asked questions about their rigs, and people were really just not friendly (accept for the staff... they were great). I was kind of bummed. I am used to hanging around airports where everyone is friendly and love to talk about their airplanes. I figured there would be a lot of similarity.

All in all, a great weekend. Nobody was hurt, no bad scrapes on the Jeeps, we had a good time. It could be an expensive weekend though as now we are planning our next round of upgrades.

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Unread 09-06-2010, 09:44 PM   #2
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I really hate that you thought it was " clickish " we are at SMORR almost every weekend . We go out of are way to make sure new people have a good experience . If you get a chance to come back please contact me i will take you out personally . The owners at SMORR are great people you must have not met any of the regulars . Be sure to send a message before you go back you can hang with our group ! I have a f couple videos on my page at SMORR check them out . Jeff Redford
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Unread 09-07-2010, 07:27 AM   #3
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Cheers Jeff. Ill do that. It was a great time and the staff was awesome. We will have to have a couple of beers next time I go. AND I WILL GO AGAIN!

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Unread 10-07-2010, 07:51 PM   #4
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SMORR is awesome and when I went every one was very very friendly. A group of guys took us on a bunch of trails that they knew we could handle and that we wouldn't tear up our rigs on. (All DD Jeeps) The staff was very friendly too.

Glad you had a good time on the trails though.
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Unread 10-07-2010, 08:54 PM   #5
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I can also been seen around there, and have never ignored anyone. Hell we normally go on our own and just run with folks we meet there (me, wife and kids). I have never ran into the "clicky" crowd, must have been an annual butthead run?
An excellent park with second to none facilities IMHO.

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