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post #1 of 9 Old 08-15-2012, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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Offroading/mudding in Delaware

Hey guys I've been searching all over the place around Delaware, Maryland and eastern PA for somewhere to get some offloading in. I just moved to Delaware last week and have been unsuccessful finding somewhere to go. Anyone have any ideas where I could go?

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no need. I moved it.
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I looked at Rausch creek but it seemed like it was all wranglers there. I don't want to sound stupid but I've only had my WJ for 5 months so, would they let me into there?
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I looked at Rausch creek but it seemed like it was all wranglers there. I don't want to sound stupid but I've only had my WJ for 5 months so, would they let me into there?
Yes they will let you in, if you are new to off roading you should look into doing the 101 class they offer or one of their Green Guided Trail Rides. Another place to look at is Wharton State Forest in southern New Jersey.

I would suggest finding a club to try and hook up with other wheelers, there is Delaware Jeep Association, Eastern Shore Jeep Association has their own land they are based out of Sailsbury MD, and there are plenty of other clubs in the DE, MD, PA, NJ area.

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Join the Eastern Shore Jeep Assn. We have land in DE that we wheel on. Look us up online
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