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post #1 of 3 Old 03-24-2009, 08:53 PM Thread Starter
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Garner State Park Jeep Trails?

I am planning a trip to the Garner State Park area in Texas and I was wondering if there are any off-road trails in that area. My jeep is stock and I am not an experienced off-roader. My wifeand I are going for our anniversary and we are just looking to see some pretty scenery and maybe do some light off-roading.


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nope- no wheeling trails in Garner, only hiking trails.

But less than an hour away is Trees Ranch -

If you're just looking for some good scenery- take a drive on RR 335, RR 336, and RR 337. Those roads go thru some incredible scenic areas. Word of caution though- on the weekend those road are full of motorcycles- the roads are very narrow and twisty with some very tight switchbacks. So be careful and be on the lookout for motorcycles.

BTW- when are you going?

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We are planning to go the second week in May. Right now I am just trying to find some cool things to do. This will be our first trip to that particualr area. Thanks for info.
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