So, how is the process going? I am interested in wheeling especially after your photos.
Still waiting for the timber cutters to finish and get out. I was told by the owner that he is going to have them leave all the skidder roads and clean them up. The pictures are anemic, with a little moisture I think it will be pretty hardcore. On the other hand with them leaving all the roads in place, if you puss out on some technical stuff you will probably be able to bypass it and continue. My only fear is some of the trails kind of crisscross each other and that could get a little dangerous.
Sounds like a good plan, as long as the prices don't climb too high. Toledo is right in the middle of the available legal wheeling options for Ohio, so it would probably draw a good crowd if he publicized it.
I would caution on charging too much, though. There's another place in NE Ohio that I know a lot of people don't even bother to check out because every year they jack up the prices more and more (now it's something like $30 a rig and $10 a person on top of that.)
(I'm originally from NE Ohio, just moved to Texas in May)
Originally Posted by MrNate
Are you insane? Do you have any idea how many slip-and-fall accidents are caused by carelessly discarded banana peels? This is a crime of Vaudevillian proportions and must not be tolerated in a civilized society.
Originally Posted by RyanCJ2A
I have no input of any value to this thread but those are awesome.
Looks like about a month from now he is going to open it up for a weekend and see how it goes. He is getting the liability release forms done this week and will have a dozer brought in after some other people ride it and give him some thoughts on what to add. He also said it will be $10 per rig for the day and $5 more if you want to primitive camp.
[QUOTE=pmccoy9876;12095253]I would caution on charging too much, though. There's another place in NE Ohio that I know a lot of people don't even bother to check out because every year they jack up the prices more and more (now it's something like $30 a rig and $10 a person on top of that.) QUOTE]
are you talking about JeepSkool????? Its $40 for a saturday and sunday $5 for passengers and $10 for primitive camping. but there is alot more there than just trails.Plenty to keep you busy all day
were from Warsaw, Ohio. I am definitely interested in wheeling in New concord. I used to work for a friend there, and have a cousin who lives right around the I70 and Norwich exit. I am real curious to know who owns this property, The person I worked for owns a ton of property in Norwich and New Concord area.
just my opinion but I would think $10 per rig per weekend would be fair. But I would not pay a per person fee on top of a rig fee. But If you start a club I would be interested in joining, too.
Primitive camp? you mean tents only? I plan on trailering my rig, also. will there be parking for haul rigs?