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Unread 07-29-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
fsts2k
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Road Trip Advice

I am heading down with a buddy and a jeep down south to do the off-road weekend thing with a bit of camping thrown in. Right now the plan is to leave Thursday morning 9/13 from Chicago IL, stop at the Badlands in IN for the day, then drive down south. Initially the plan was to head to Wooly's for Friday and Saturday and then drive back on Sunday but I am starting to question if there are better places.

Any thoughts on where I should head to for two days of wheelin? I see Coal Creek/Windrock Park and that looks like a solid place.

Regarding difficulty, I am looking for moderate. No lockers but rolling on 33's with a five inch lift, winch, and recovery equipment.

Thanks
Kevin

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