Ah. Thanks. I never saw that. I'm guessing all the other people that go there never have either, lol. I'll go back and update my earlier post on that spot.
I got lucky one weekend and found some logging roads east of Elba and the gate was open with no signs anywhere so I tried them out. They were pretty fun, but with no winch at the time and being by myself I didn't take too many chances. I have no idea how legal that really was though. Last year when I was really anxious to find new places to ride, I just got on Google Earth and started looking. I think that's how I found that logging road. I was also looking for access to rivers because those usually had some decent, but short trails.
My cell is 334-868-4583. It's a work phone so I don't mind posting it on here, but I usually leave the ringer off after work though. I'll keep it on this weekend if you find anywhere.
EDIT: I looked up that logging road on Google. It's location is 31* 24' 28.62"N, 86* 01' 13.66"W
Also, there's always the Geneva State Forest. They have a lot of fire break roads to ride on and it's legal. It's 31* 06' 31.87"N, 86*08' 50.26"W. That would probably be a good place for a group of us to to go if anyone's interested.
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Last edited by Jason D; 05-28-2010 at 11:00 AM.