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Fuel 02-22-2006 11:17 PM

ND wheelers?
 
Are there any North Dakota wheelers in here? If so let me know where your at. I'm up at Minot AFB.

Unlikely Hero 02-26-2006 06:47 PM

Grand Forks, ND but I just bought my jeep and starting to get into it.
=Jason-

RatherBeJeeping 05-04-2006 02:54 PM

resurrecting the dead, but I'll be up at Minot in 6 weeks

0utback 03-02-2007 12:11 AM

Resurrecting the dead again....

Live just over the US/CDN border north of Dunseith, seen lots of nice Jeeps in Minot last August and looking to do some wheelin day/weekend trips this year just over the border around Devil's Lake and Minot or anywhere in between. Anyone active in these areas and be willing to show some Canuck Jeepers around?

Likewise, if any of you NDak Jeepers decide to head up this way, we have some scenic not bad trails up here. Look us up (link in sig) or PM me.

99JeepWj 03-05-2007 07:14 PM

Rugby ND/ Grand Forks

0utback 03-05-2007 11:44 PM

Been to Rugby on a few occasions recently, Grand forks many years ago.

Was hauling fertiliser out of Rugby Farmer's Union last spring. Seen a few nice Jeeps around there also, but being there with the semi, no time to track anyone down.

You got many trails down your way? I noticed quite a few grass roads off highway #3.

RatherBeJeeping 03-14-2007 11:16 PM

For all the ND and surrounding area types...

I set up a Yahoo groups email ring to find others and places to wheel

http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/...akotawheelers/

WPG98XJ 10-30-2007 12:47 PM

Hey where in North Dakota sells interco tires? I want some Irok ND's but can't get em in Canada and no one will ship here. I live in Winnipeg and will just drive down to get em...so closer the better :)

websites or phone #'s appreciated!

Fargo 11-05-2007 09:52 AM

I'm over here in Fargo. My family lives south of Minot so I get out there pretty often too. But the only places I've found to wheel are over in MN or out at the Badlands. If anyone knows of any places between there please keep us posted.

sa_9933 11-09-2007 05:58 PM

ehh hoser's :) anyone decide if there's places to wheel in ND or SD yet? just curious. I have a long weekend coming up and i'm looking to go wheeling somewhere new.

Fargo 11-09-2007 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by sa_9933
ehh hoser's :) anyone decide if there's places to wheel in ND or SD yet? just curious. I have a long weekend coming up and i'm looking to go wheeling somewhere new.

If your serious, I would contact the guys at the Cliffhangers club in Williston ND. The ND Badlands are a pretty cool and unique place to wheel. I gave the email addresses a couple of post above. I'm sure you can find some guys to go out with you. The Black Hills in SD have a lot of trails, but I don't know where any are so I can't help out much there. But there are a couple of Black Hills 4x4 clubs if you do a search online. I'm sure you can find someone out there too. Thats probably a closer drive for you too. Otherwise, you could run up to northern Minnesota. They have an offroad park up there. http://ironrangeoffroad.com/

Thats about all I know for options up north here. I'd love to hear other options as well.

sa_9933 11-11-2007 04:57 AM

nice!! thanks for the info...that definately sounds like a good time. Are you talking about the badlands in SD or is there another "badlands" in ND as well? Just curious because i've heard from other people referring to "badlands" in illinois as well.

powerwagon67 11-11-2007 05:26 AM

Try the Desert south of Bismarck! They also refer to it as Kimball bottoms but the locals call it the Desert. It has some nice sand bars,hill climbs,mud holes and tight spots. Also you can camp on any of the sand bars. The National Guard also does some trainging down there. I grew up in Mandan but I wheel with my Nephew and his jeep there every summer when I bring my Jeep back. Sorry all I took were pics of the mud holes but there is some good obstacles down there and sand bars. Do a search on the net for kimball bottoms.

Here are a couple of pics!
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...7/DSCN0393.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...7/DSCN0392.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...7/DSCN0388.jpg
I camp at Fort Lincoln State park. Cheap with showers and all and right next to the missouri river for some Walleye fishing.
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...7/DSCN0373.jpg
Oh and I can't resist a pic of the ND state tree! THE TELEPHONE POLE! HA!:laugh:
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...7/DSCN0369.jpg
There is some good wheelin in the Badlands as well but when it gets wet that stuff gets gooeey! Yuck! The ND Badlands are way tougher than the SD or Illinois Badlands in my opinion. They just dont get a lot of press.

Here is a link to the ND Badlands.http://www.realnd.com/badlandsindex.htm

There are some Bad *** trails in the Black Hills too and only about 6 hours from Bismarck. These trails are not for the weak at heart. http://www.bh4wheelers.com/mission.htm

sa_9933 11-11-2007 08:21 PM

Haha that's funny about the state tree!! thanks for the great info. That website is good, but do you know of any information on trails in that area?

powerwagon67 11-11-2007 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by sa_9933
Haha that's funny about the state tree!! thanks for the great info. That website is good, but do you know of any information on trails in that area?

You mean in ND or the Black Hills. If you want info on the Black Hills do a search on colorado4x4.org or send an e-mail to the guys at Black Hills 4 wheelers. In ND its an OHV area and is a free for all so it really doesn't have any trail designations.


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