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Unread 10-03-2013, 09:23 PM   #1
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Doe Mtn. Recrecation Area - Formly Cracker's Neck

Saw this posted on my local 4x4 board. Looks like a great way to show our support & desire to have a trail system in the area again.


Fellow members of NC4x4 please take a moment to complete the survey on the Doe Mountian Recreation Area. Ben Farmer, a planning Consultant from Nasheville has been hired to develop a management plan for this area (old crackers neck area near Mountain City, TN). SFWDA has been work dilengently to have the Authority allow Jeep access. Please support our efforts. It is very important that you fill out this survey (link below) and clarify that you consider OHV to mean Jeep type and full size 4WD vehicles. In TN the law defines OHV as an ATV or Side by side so clarify what you mean in the "other" when checking the boxes.

Flint Holbrook
SFWDA Land Use

Mr. Holbrook,

Please share this Doe Mountain survey to your fellow OHV riders. I would appreciate it.

The Doe Mountain Recreation Authority (DMRA) is undertaking a management plan for the 8,600 acre Doe Mountain Recreation Area in Mountain City, Tennessee. Doe Mountain is being evaluated for 16 primary adventure tourism activities for recreation with multiple secondary recreational activities.

The Doe Mountain Recreation Authority is seeking input on recreational uses on Doe Mountain through the survey link below. The brief survey is currently planned to run for a five day period and close on Monday, October 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. E.D.S.T.

We thank you for sharing the Doe Mountain survey link as well as your consideration in taking this important outdoor recreation survey.

The link to the survey is located here:


Benjamin Farmer

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