i totally agree with you guys..we're kinda in the same boat down here....we have the URE and a few other places, but you gotta drive to get there..(from 2-4 hours..)
i guess we join clubs and support UFWDA and attend group runs...my club keeps talking about someday doing a "New England" run, to include Raush Creek and some others..you guys should join us!
i know it's a long shot, but if you're ever down south, give us a hollar...we could wheel together...Coal Creek, URE, Gulches, are some places they go down here..
i'm also planning on bringing my CJ to Pa in 2011. My family is planning a Jeep Jamboree to either Penn's Woods or Killington...
we can make plans if you'd like!!
Just for your information the only LEGAL place where you can drive off road is Rausch Creek Off Road Park. Everywere else you are TRESSPPASSING. Ask a cop or a lawyer. Just because it is not posted doen not mean it is legal to trespass in Pa. You still can be fined. If you are caught in the same place a second time it is defiant tresspassing, and a much larger fine. Like it ,dont like it, thats the way it is here in good old NEPA.
I do off-roading in Loyalsock State Forest, and that is perfectly legal. Signs in the beginning that state it is perfectly legal for vehicles to drive through the land. I do nothing destructive - I leave the land as it was. I like off-roading not so much for the mud and destruction but more so for the trail rides to the beautiful vistas at the top, and the ride back down! Fun fun
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legal or no the ip out btwn honey pot nd glen lyon is one of the best places to wheel there are so many great trails ppllike us dont ruin it its the scums that go out and dump couches and other crap out there....the ip or the plymouth flats are great spots...i grew up wheelin those trails
I, along with about 15 others, had the pleasure of meeting up with the fine folks at dcnr (or game commish) last fall at the IP. They didn't say why they were there, just wrong place, wrong time. We got warnings,(they took all our info) but i'm not so sure they'd be as forgiving a second time. I also know people that weren't as fortunate as us. Enter at your own risk.