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Unread 11-05-2008, 01:42 PM   #1
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i live in southern tip of ohio on the west virginia kentukcy border does anyone know where they can wheel legally

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Unread 11-05-2008, 01:58 PM   #2
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there is a offroad park towards cincinatti called "big rock offroad park" its in Maysville KY. Its a nice place!

you could drive to lexington sunday, we're all going wheeling
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i live in southern tip of ohio on the west virginia kentukcy border does anyone know where they can wheel legally
Eventually any off-roading you do will be in private parks. I can see them even closing the State Parks to off-roading. We have friendly folks in the House and Senate, but they have no voting power any more. California will again be the leader in this. Watch and learn. Bob
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Eventually any off-roading you do will be in private parks. I can see them even closing the State Parks to off-roading. We have friendly folks in the House and Senate, but they have no voting power any more. California will again be the leader in this. Watch and learn. Bob
Thank god west virginia is 20 years behind in everything...


There are several places in north central wv and south western pa that are a lot of fun. Timber companies own a few thousand acres in a few different places that are free roam for jeeps and atv's. Awesome place to wheel/atv all day, camp for free and drink all night.
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Unread 11-05-2008, 03:06 PM   #5
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there is a offroad park towards cincinatti called "big rock offroad park" its in Maysville KY. Its a nice place!

you could drive to lexington sunday, we're all going wheeling

I checked out the website for Big Rock and it claims the truck section is closed. If you click on the link it doesn't say anything else. Bummer, I have friends in the Huntington area was thinking about planning a trip. Hope it isn't true!
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Huge park in Harlan County (I believe it actually spans several counties), Eastern KY, near the Virginia border.
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