I'm looking at coming down to KY in early june. I have heard a little bit about land between the lakes OHV park. Has anyone been there? I have a mostly stock cherokee with a 2" lift and 30's. Would it be worth my time to stop there at all? anyone with any info greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
1999 cherokee xj-2.0" re lift and re shocks
front hitch,rear hitch
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"It's better to have and not need than to need an not have"
You will do fine there.
Make sure you check and see if they are open. If they have alot of rain they close it for saturated soil.
There is no mud at all. All the pits have been filled in.
There are a few nice campgrounds in the area but we have found it is just as cheap if not cheaper to stay in a motel.
We usually stay in Auoria.
The local general store will make you sandwiches for your lunch on the trail.
The cajun roast beef is amazing!
93 YJ SOA 2" springs front, XJ springs rear w/main leaf added, High pinon 9 inch rear detroit locker front Dana 44 ARB 4.56 Gears, 36 inch Irok tires too much to list. www.mijc.org
Here's a link for a group that runs that area often. Look part way down the forum list and there's a "Turkey Bay Trail Rides" where people post rides. In good weather there are rides most every weekend, just sign up, make a post, and hook up with some people who know the area. Turkey Bay can be easy to get lost in due to lots of little trails that branch off. Be ready to climb some hills!!
2004 Wrangler X, 6-cylinder, 5-speed, Dana 30 w/ARB, Alloy USA front shafts, Dana 35, 2" BB, 1" BL, OME shocks, Brown Dog MML, UCF Ultra High-Clearance Skid, Lo-Pro Mount, SYE, Pro Comp Adj. Control Arms, Savvy Gas Tank skid, JKS Quick Disconnects, Rock Hard Sliders, 31" BF Goodrich KM2's on Ravine wheels, Hard Top, Bestop Soft-top, Bestop Safari Top