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post #1 of 5 Old 08-25-2009, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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Trails near Quincy, IL/MO border.

I live in Camp Point, IL and was wonder if anyone knew about any decent trails near the MO border. I'm about a half hour from Quincy, IL and the border is right on the other side of Quincy. I don't mind if I have to pay Just looking for something... I cant seem to find anything around this area where its LEGAL to do some trail riding

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post #2 of 5 Old 08-25-2009, 05:36 PM
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Hannibal Rocks is just south of Hannibal on Highway 61 and is a pretty fun spot. I believe they have competitions at this location from time to time. I have a friend that is part of Two Rivers Jeep Club in/around Pittsfield that has frequent rides (monthly, I believe).
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Hannibal Rocks is just south of Hannibal on Highway 61 and is a pretty fun spot. I believe they have competitions at this location from time to time. I have a friend that is part of Two Rivers Jeep Club in/around Pittsfield that has frequent rides (monthly, I believe).
Sounds good to me Thanks for the advice. I bought a Jeep so I could actually get out in nature and hit some trails but Illinois seems to be a**es when it comes to trails and the like. We have bike trails, and hiking trails... but NO Jeep trails to be easily found. Ill check out Hannibal Rocks
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post #4 of 5 Old 08-25-2009, 05:47 PM
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I drove by there this afternoon and it was all locked up. It is on the west side of 61, a few miles south of Hannibal. Their site is Hannibal Rocks - Intro

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Are they open on weekdays or just weekends when its posted on their calendar? Its only about 45 minutes away too and they have "stock trails" haha. Goodie
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