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post #1 of 3 Old 07-28-2013, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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Light off roading in Eastern/Central PA and/or NJ

I'm looking light to moderate off road trails/logging roads in the PA/NJ area. A buddy of mine and I want to take our families on little adventures in the woods. I'm not looking at anything crazy, just an opportunity to get off the pavement. I have a WK2 with full skid plates and QL suspension and my buddy has a Rubicon. I see all of the pictures of Wharton State forest in NJ and some shots from Northeastern PA, however everything looks way too hardcore.

Is there any easier stuff in these areas?
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Rausch Creek in Pa, Pine Barrens in. NJ

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Rausch Creek in Pa, Pine Barrens in. NJ
Winner. Rausch has fire roads all the way up to comp level trails. Most major obstacles have a bypass. You won't get bored and won't wreck your junk if you don't drive like a fool.
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