Originally Posted by whatevahxj View Post
But like any other off-road park there are always fee's involved. Helps cover costs involved with the Land. Somebody could join up to be a member of the club and wheel with other members for free, or they could come out on our "open" weekends and pay the fee. We have rules just like other parks. You can't expect any park to just let people use it for free.
Our land has been evolving over the last few years. We have the same "mudding" like before but our newer member base enjoys the aspects of rocks and technical stuff so we have been building to accommodate. We have a lil rock garden, large tire obstacle, teeter-toter and other non mud stuff as well. Granted its not on the scale of RC or anything like that but we try to have a nice lil park right in our own backyard.
Hey guys! In Lewes here. Just bought a 97 TJ as a Father/Son project- my 14 YO has talked about nothing else for the last 6 months in anticipation of his drivers license! It needs a lot of work, but has a solid frame/body, and a good engine/trans (85,000 miles). Probably won't be doing any serious wheeling any time soon, but I'll hang out anyway!
No doubt this is a great resource, and not just for information! It needs a paint job really bad, but that will have to wait until I finish going through it. While it doesn't have any major rot, or any glaring issues I can find, I want to work on making it as safe and reliable as possible before I start on any cosmetics, or upgrades! Glad to be here!
Hockessin here! (I don't normally tell people that, I've gotten some nasty looks). Work in Newark, right on mainstreet, so I'm ALWAYS there.
2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo - 2" RoughCountry BB, RoughCountry Steering stabilizer, ADDCO Swaybar, JKS Adjustable trackbar, more to come!
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