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11-29-2018 10:00 AM
1longcj Just went for the first time. Met up with some folks from 618 Offroad Junkies (facebook club).
Had a good time, but would like to go back when there's a little less mud.
I believe they have four 'Badge of honor' trails now.
03-06-2013 01:22 AM
chris87xj I found this video that helps show why I love Redbird. Feel free to skip the first 6:00 minutes to go right to the good stuff.

11-10-2012 06:07 PM
05TJS Great trip!
11-02-2012 01:34 AM
chris87xj Good times, good times.
Looks like you made the trip on a pretty wet day and really got to experience the slickness of Redbird clay. Surprisingly though, when things dry out it gives pretty good traction. It's amazing how much effect the recent weather has on that place.

11-01-2012 05:54 PM
Brian86992 Shameless bump. RedBird is a great time. Never underestimate how slick that mud can be.

I let the girlfriend drive and got her stuck






Another time earlier in the year


Getting stuck
02-23-2010 01:02 AM
chris87xj This trip was a blast. After re-looking at the pics, I'm already wanting to go back and do it again.
When the weather is nice I've spent the weekend there and camped in nearby Green-Sullivan State Forest which also has excellent fishing. An overnighter might work better for those with longer drive time involved.
02-22-2010 04:55 PM
jebmccall i hope that i can make it up hrer for the next run chris. looks like yawl had lot o fun
02-20-2010 10:46 PM
FlexdXJ
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wow! cant believe i missed this thread somehow. great pictures, love the commentary haha. real good looking XJ. apparently i need to make it to redbird sometime.
Its only a 10 hour trip Jake, come on!
02-20-2010 02:05 PM
jakeWI wow! cant believe i missed this thread somehow. great pictures, love the commentary haha. real good looking XJ. apparently i need to make it to redbird sometime.
02-20-2010 01:20 PM
gribbles
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OK I am a little late to the Party, but Is Brian a member on here or Indy ORV? He bought that Jeep from a guy who bought it off of my old roommate. Glad to see it getting some use. He wheeled it twice and broke the rear axle and let it go to hell. After he spent 20k on the Jeep and some upgrades!
Brians on IndyORV
02-20-2010 01:14 PM
FlexdXJ
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The trails were indeed in good shape. The whole place had an upkept appearance about it. It was chilly but DNR was onsite clearing brush and cleaning up as well. Couldn't help but notice the nice new observation platform for the rock crawl. Looked like maybe some contests going on?

Thanks for all the feedback everybody, makes it worth the effort to post it up.
It'll likely be a few months but I'm gonna try to remember to bump this thread before the next trip out there in case anyone wants to come along.
OK I am a little late to the Party, but Is Brian a member on here or Indy ORV? He bought that Jeep from a guy who bought it off of my old roommate. Glad to see it getting some use. He wheeled it twice and broke the rear axle and let it go to hell. After he spent 20k on the Jeep and some upgrades!
02-04-2010 03:34 PM
slamin04 loved the pics man vids were a great bonus
12-21-2009 04:09 PM
bullitt_9350
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Originally Posted by chris87xj View Post
The trails were indeed in good shape. The whole place had an upkept appearance about it. It was chilly but DNR was onsite clearing brush and cleaning up as well. Couldn't help but notice the nice new observation platform for the rock crawl. Looked like maybe some contests going on?

No comps that I know of, the state just wanted to provide a nice platform for tables and whatnot so spectators could watch people go through the rock garden.
12-21-2009 08:10 AM
chris87xj The trails were indeed in good shape. The whole place had an upkept appearance about it. It was chilly but DNR was onsite clearing brush and cleaning up as well. Couldn't help but notice the nice new observation platform for the rock crawl. Looked like maybe some contests going on?

Thanks for all the feedback everybody, makes it worth the effort to post it up.
It'll likely be a few months but I'm gonna try to remember to bump this thread before the next trip out there in case anyone wants to come along.
12-20-2009 01:32 PM
bullitt_9350 Looks good man. Glad you guys enjoyed the park. Looks like the trails are still in pretty good condition for the end of the year.
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