There's already talk about another ride to Boggs and Boulders in early-mid June. And, we have been discussing a trip to Choccoloco Mountain later in June or July. Choccoloco would be a weekend camping trip. Their campsite has adequate shade and should still allow breezes to go through camp. Check out our Rides & Events forum for info, or come to our monthly meeting on Thursday, June 2 at 6:30 at the Springhill branch of the Mobile Library next to Springhill Baptist Church.
Hey burgett I live in Bay minette.Ive still got a couple things to be done to the CJ.Don't know yet about driving it 300 mile in a day yet.There is one place that is real close you need to look into.Perdido river mangemant area;Its part of the foreverwild projects.Many mile of roads along the perdido river with some nice sand bars;great ultrlight fishing and they like people to use this ,not only in hunting season,but all year for camping etc.
Next time you are in Walmart got to sporting goods and get a copy of the "permit" use map...Then go home and google it.We hunted a large potion of it out hwy 112 towards Gateswood for sveral years.But this place is huge plenty of places to ride, stop and fish,camp etc. The map is your permit.
Using Google Earth, looked at the Styx area, looks like there is an area with trails, mudhole and landing at the river, maybe tubing also.
Is that open to public ?
This is all pretty close to the Perdidio River Wildlife management Area
Could you use any help up on Hwy 68, strong back weak mind ype of stuff ?
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