Just an fyi about the quarry, a girl got killed in the big section of it on a quad last summer, and theyve since blocked off the majority of it. So unless your fine with bottomless mudholes, or on a dirtbike its not really that good of a spot for wheeling anymore.
Ive done exploring and a lil trailblazing in south windsor along the river, and have turned the maybe .5 mile of trails into a 13 mile (odometer, one way)extravaganza, but i havent checked recently if trees are down or anything in awhile. also, you have to be fine with getting some tennessee pinstriping to take em, the trails are TIGHT, and scratches WILL happen. Also, avoid most mudholes. being so close to the river, alot of em are a TON deeper than they look, and the most unassuming small mudhole can swallow your tire.
Onto intel, goodle maps- type in vibert rd in south windsor, the boat launch is at the end of the road. to the right is corn fields, a few good fishing holes, and after going thru a few fields you get to a mudhole at the bottom of a steep hill in the trail. this one is safe to play in haha. after that its more fields, then your pretty much dead ended by a stream with really high banks and usually 2ft of water. to the left of the boat launch, is where the main parts are. Avoid mudholes on this side, and stay on the trail. really twisty trails, that get very tight further in. follow the trails downriver, eventually youll pass underneath the I291 bridge, and the trails just keep going downriver. Ive made it within maybe 100yds of the old railroad tressle bridge that spans the CT river just north of I84.
Thats an example of the sneaky mudholes. looked like just a wet spot with a lil standing water left in it. drove into it so i could hit a hill straight on just off camera to the right. yeah, im flexed completely out in this picture, took 2 trucks to suck my wheel, LCA, and half my front axle out of the mud. AFTER having to walk back 3 miles and cut the trail wider for them to GET to us.