Originally Posted by Callelle
Whispering pines is fun but it's really small. It's primarily a place for trophy hunters with some 4 wheeling trails as a side thought. It's not bad for a small little day trip but definitely not a place to go for a weekend. No rocks either >.>
Meh your right small and if dry a stock 4x4 can do it.. if it's wet or covered in snow though thats when it can be of a challenge.. But yeah basically some trails in the woods that are "legal". And your right with the exception of a small pebble section nothing there rock wise if that is what your into.
Originally Posted by Millermagic
I almost went on a club run to whispering pines. I just can't afford to drop the $200 or so to do it. I'm looking at almost $50 in gas to get out there, $40 to wheel for the day, lodging/camping, etc, food ...
All comes out to more than I make!
Comming from syracuse it is only a day trip so you can take lodging out of your equation. 25 bucks for driver/vehcile and 5 bucks per passenger. I know when I use to go id budget about 100 bucks for gas, food, entry.. Sometimes it cost less then that once or twice it cost a little more..
Living where we live and not having a money tree legally it is at least my only option or was.