I like that place Im looking for a group to go our there with I go by my self most of the time but I don't do a lot if the fun stuff cus I get stuck have to go find someone driving the roads let me know if I can join next time u go out for a day have Sundays off
I lived in WPB for 24 years before moving to Alabama and regularly hunted in Corbett as well as goofed off at the "camp" so please take my advice when I say if you're going Jeeping out there to stay on the marked trails and if possible avoid water crossings (easier said than done I know)
Eventually they will outlaw people riding on the management area when it's not hunting season because dumb redneck kids drive off trail and now down palmettos and pollute the water.
He's an angel dressed in oilskins; he's a saint in the "Sou'wester,"
He's a pluck as they come, or ever can;
He's a hero born and bred, but it hasn't swelled his head,
For he's just the U.S. Government's hired man.
If anyone here wants to ride through, give me a call/text 561-578-two nine five six. Thats my personal number, please dont abuse it. Grew up right there on Seminole Pratt, live off Southern currently but I go out there from time to time. Let me know when any of you want to go for a cruise. We're off road and recovery ready, and have a full Jeep shop just off Blue heron/Beeline
Hahaha I am literally watching this video on youtube when i ran across this. I have lived in palm beach 98% of my life but have owned sports cars and never anything 4x4. I just bought my first jeep (WJ) and I am trying to meet some jeep guys and do some trail rides. Not sure how well my stock wj will ride out there but that wont keep me from trying to have fun!
Three videos from out there recently. The first two are individual water hazards for two of our Jeeps, and the last is an overview of the myriad of Jeeps we took out there and things we saw - up until my camera battery died. Was still adventures after this.
Of course... law enforcement set up a check point for all the Jeeps and fined a few of us. Corbett is not friendly towards Jeeps - they would rather not have people show up mainly to drive around as opposed to hunters or wildlife photographers / watchers, but you can get by. You can get by expensively if you get caught breaking the rules.