well I was planning on having my jeep in the show, but things are not going so well, I gotta see if I can get it fixed in the morning. I planned on being there early, but that is not going to happen now.
Hey guys. I'm in Wyoming also. I really wish there was someplace closer than newaygo and such, I don't get many Saturdays off and sundays are usually family day so I can't do too much. Let me know If there's anything going on tho, if I'm able I'd love to join ya.
98 TJ, 4.0l, 2"Budget Boost, 31" Mud Country's, soft top
06 WK, 4.7l, Stock for now
im in ada, me and a few buddies are going up to drummond island!! thats always a good time kind of a hike to get there but it's beautiful and some fun trails I'll be hauling this up there plus a couple buddies have other trailers
There are some nice trails north of Holton, by Horseshoe Lake. Only a few left on the Pines Point side - mostly dusty sand roads. Silver Lake is always a good place for hanging out. Copemish has Twisted Trails. The Kalkaska area has some mild trails with deep sand that go on forever! Manton has quite a few trails good for getting lost on. Every now and then you hear about private mud runs to attend in the area. The best way to find legal trails is to visit the DNR's website and look up their ORV Maps for Full Size trails around the state under the Forms, Publications & Maps\ORV Maps\ORV/ATV Trail Maps link.
I've listed some basic tips you may find helpful at http://www.duneready.com/tips.html. Like most off-roading, probably the best tip is enjoying the dunes with a buddy so you can quickly help each other get un-stuck and keep enjoying the dunes for the day. Too many times I've found myself in my stock Jeep waiting for the mercy of passing duners to tug me off a high-center situation at the top of a dune.
If my work schedule allows, I'd love to get up there before this season ends and maybe we could join you. Feel free to PM me or email me from my website.