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Unread 10-30-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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Best places to go in Turkey Bay.....KY?

I will be in western KY the 2 weeks before thankgiving and am going to go see Turkey Bay OHV for the first time. I have a moderatly built XJ and would like know where to go in the park. I've heard its a large place and don't want to spend all day driving around and not see much. Any help would be greatly appreciated..

thanks in advance,

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Unread 11-08-2010, 02:49 AM   #3
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Turkey Bay basically is the ORV part of Land Between the Lakes.

There's lots of numbered roads in the area but if ya really want to wheel go to Turkey Bay. At the check in station you can get a map of the park and go from there on what kind of trails ya feel comfortable running. There's tons of hills to climb but the area is mostly dirt/gravel based terrain. Not much in the way of actual rock crawling there but there is a little. Lots of rutted steep hills to go up and down and tight trails.

If ya show up around 8:30-9:30am that's a good time to hook up with groups going out.

Go here http://www.itsajeep.org/ and look around in "Todays Posts" or "Forums" to find rides. There's something going on most every weekend.
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