I live about 5 miles from Happy Valley. Its state land so you can drive through the trails but from what ive heard the DEC are not hesitant to write tickets for any kind of mudding. That being said there are a few good holes and climbs. The story of the property is that the entire settlement was infected with the plague or somthing and the entire town was abandoned. It is easy to find the foundations of the old buildings. Also the area has a few ponds with some good fishing accesses. The easiest way to get there is to take state rt 69 to easy st. at the end of easy st take a left and the main trail will be right on your right. Not a bad place to explore but becareful, everyone around here swears its haunted.
Originally Posted by SkyHighSahara View Post
Yeah pretty much. I guess they are considered seasonal-limited use highways so anyone can use the trail but the DEC will probly get ya for tearin them up. but There is a few places with alot of mud and some pretty intense powerline trails in the area but i dont know if i would take the chance.
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