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Have either one of yall brunswick guys been to east coast off road park. In hortense?
 

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Have either one of yall brunswick guys been to east coast off road park. In hortense?
I have not been there, but from what I've seen online and heard about, it's just a big mud pit for bogging trucks. However, they advertise "miles of trails" on their website. I'm betting one would be let down by these so called "trails."
 

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I was just askin ,I went last weekend to trucks gone wild......they are going back aug 20th GREAT fun! Plenty of trails. ,great place to go camping 450 acres.........go to you tube and look up hortense t hortense trucks gone wild
 

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I don't really care for the bogging, but are the trails decent? like actually not flat, maybe a few obstacles? I'd hate to drive there, pay the entry fee, and be disappointed by flat trails that I can ride locally for free.
 

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Yes it pretty damg flat .......we went for the big trucks. Party atmosphere and bogging and the weekend escape effect ........although its not completely flat. I don't think it what your looking for .........for someone who likes riding atv's that is the place to go............................I have not been yet but from what I can tell big nastY atv park in pooler or stiltson ga which is close to sav does have the trails and obstacles. But I will have to see for myself
 

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That's disappointing. I have access to all the bogging and trails for ATVs that one could wish for in Brantley County. I guess its just the geography of the area. Hopefully, within a couple of years, I can move to north GA for work and enjoy the anti-flatness of the mountains haha.
 

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Reviving this ancient thread and seeing what pops up.

I'm just 15 minutes from the GA line on the SC side and have spent mucho time in the Savannah area over the years.

I just picked up a stock '06 TJ Sport and am starting a mild DD build, the usual lift/tires/bumpers, primarily a commuter but a weekend casual trail rider.

I was hoping that someone who sees this might fill me in on Big Nasty. It seems interesting from what I can see on FB but like some others here, I'm not really interested in mud bogging. Its a short drive from here to Effingham, one I'd definitely make even if just to check it out. Any insights would be appreciated.
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Reviving this ancient thread and seeing what pops up.

I'm just 15 minutes from the GA line on the SC side and have spent mucho time in the Savannah area over the years.

I just picked up a stock '06 TJ Sport and am starting a mild DD build, the usual lift/tires/bumpers, primarily a commuter but a weekend casual trail rider.

I was hoping that someone who sees this might fill me in on Big Nasty. It seems interesting from what I can see on FB but like some others here, I'm not really interested in mud bogging. Its a short drive from here to Effingham, one I'd definitely make even if just to check it out. Any insights would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Dave
I'm from the area and I've been to Big Nasty. Although mud is primarily what they do, I too don't enjoy getting muddy and stuck if I'm trying to crawl most of the time. They have some fun areas that you can crawl. Don't expect rocks of course but the hills and ditches are fun. I take my DD so I can say that with a mild lift and all terrains I had fun.

Here's what not to do at Big Nasty. Not me, but I got to watch.:laugh:
 
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