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nodicesteven 06-02-2013 08:08 PM

off roading at JW Corbett?
 
I've been trying to see if JW Corbett has any off road trails but most of the information I find is not current. If anyone knows any details please let me know I'm looking for a good place within 100 miles of South Florida, tks!

ghrillz 08-04-2013 03:55 PM

There are trails out there but it has to be hunting season and you have to have a hunting license with a special stamp

carlosburitica 10-01-2013 12:30 PM

not really

i do corbett a lot specially for dual purpose, i hunt and wheel at the same time, mostly on weekdays since i work on weekends.
trail 6 s nice an sandy right now, and water level is no to high for the guys with out snorkels,
couple weeks ago i took trail 6 west until the canal and then nort to 5 (nice trail under the woods) back to number 3 then out.. nice ride, just a muddy pool entering trail 5 but nothing to worry if you have mts.
other trails still really deep
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Public Access and Vehicles:
Public recreational access is allowed year round except from August 18 until 8 a.m. on August 30 when the area shall be closed. However, starting 5 p.m. on August 28, vehicles will be allowed to park on the portion of the North Grade between the north entrance and the B camp gate. Vehicles parked on the North Grade during the closure period may not be left unattended by a driver. Hiking on the Florida Trail and use of the Hungryland Boardwalk is allowed year-round.
Vehicles may only be operated on improved roads (Stumpers, Tomato Field, North and South Grades) and Trail 6. Hunters are allowed additional vehicle access when participating in hunting activities as described in #3 and #4 below.
During archery and spring turkey seasons, hunters may also operate vehicles on numbered trails beginning 8 a.m. 1 day before each season opens until 6 p.m. the day after each season closes.
During muzzleloading gun, general gun and small game seasons, hunters are not restricted to operating vehicles on roads or trails beginning 8 a.m. 1 day before each season opens until 6 p.m the day after each season closes.
Persons must enter and exit the area only at a designated entrance. All persons must check in at a check station upon entering and check out upon leaving the area, except for through-hikers on the Florida Trail.
People through-hiking on the Florida Trail may enter or exit the area on the Florida Trail. Florida Trail through-hikers are exempt from the day-use fee.
Within the Roy R. Burnsed still hunt area and the Bruce Bowman archery/still hunt area, vehicles may be operated only on named roads and numbered trails.
The use or possession of airboats, all-terrain vehicles, tracked vehicles or unlicensed and unregistered motorcycles is prohibited.
Parked vehicles may not obstruct a road, gate or firelane.
No motor vehicle shall be operated on any part of any wildlife management area that has been designated as closed to vehicular traffic.

mrsig 10-02-2013 02:16 AM

It is about 2 hours away but a nice place to play.
http://www.lazysprings.com/
Our club runs out there a lot now.

afalletta 10-06-2013 04:07 PM

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Originally Posted by mrsig
It is about 2 hours away but a nice place to play. http://www.lazysprings.com/ Our club runs out there a lot now.

When are you going next?

j_bydesign 10-08-2013 09:50 AM

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Originally Posted by mrsig (Post 16487961)
It is about 2 hours away but a nice place to play.
http://www.lazysprings.com/
Our club runs out there a lot now.

I have to second that... Lazy springs is the bomb! great wheeling no hassels... NO FWC! camping, fishing... rocks mud... everything you could ask for and the guy who runs it is a true country gentleman!:2thumbsup::2thumbsup::2thumbsup:

mrsig 10-09-2013 06:51 AM

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Originally Posted by afalletta (Post 16605513)
When are you going next?

11.16 will be our next trip.

afalletta 10-09-2013 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by mrsig
11.16 will be our next trip.

Where do you meet and leave from?

954JeepLife 10-11-2013 09:54 PM

Went to Corbett last weekend. Pretty decent trails, mostly all the beginning trails from the north entrance are swamped out. South end there are some fun ones. Didn't make it completely through any of the trails though with my stock jeep. Banged up my hood too, newbie mistakes. Would definitely want to ride with more experienced people. All in all I had a good time and few close calls.

flwheeler 10-14-2013 06:22 PM

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Also went last weekend. I like tomato feild-trail 3 to gopher grade. It was DEEP! I run 33" A/T's and dont have any problems, unless you get a little silly in the grassy mud:laugh: I would like to go to this Lazy Springs, it looks like a good time with the family.

We were pushin hood deep in some holes!

flwheeler 10-14-2013 06:24 PM

Yea we had a little water inside... thank goodness for all the body plugs!


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