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post #1 of 10 Old 08-14-2014, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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Adventure Off Road Park, TN

Some members from Bham-jk.com in Birmingham, AL, decided to visit Adventure Off Road Park in TN. This video is all still pictures. I am still working on the video form my Go Pro. A great park and worth the visit.

A fun time had by all.

HD is much better.

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post #2 of 10 Old 08-14-2014, 07:05 PM
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The Jeep wasn't cited for that accident was it? Doesn't look like anyone was hurt, so that's good.

Looked like a fun trip otherwise. Cool trails too.
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No. The Jeep was me on the way to the park. I was sitting still and a young lady was texting and slammed into the rear of me.

She had no insurance by the way.
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still pissed I missed this ride. too bad none of you bums would offer up a seat in your rig.

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More video of the park.

Fun place with a lot to offer.

HD is much better. Music is on video and is family friendly.

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I love that park. Been out there a bunch.

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Looks pretty nice... May have to go there next time a travel out that way... Great videos.

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That looks like a lot of fun. I've always wanted to take a road trip to Tenn.
cool Vid!!


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Very neat stuff. Looks like a lot of fun which is why we do this right!
You are lucky to have a place like that by you. Our state off road clubs are trying to get a state sponsored site but its slow going here. Thanks for sharing the vids!
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re:Adventure Off Road Park, TN

this & Wooly's Off Road Club are my home parks. AORP&NC is a "mountain" just southeast of Monteagle and is a fabulous place owned by owners of Tom's 4x4 in Chattanooga . They host many buggy contests and much of the Southern rock crawling videos you see of folks like Tim Cameron slammin up rocky chutes are taken at AORP. If you are close-by and haven't been, you must wheel the place. It is a truly great park. So is Wooly's, in Lynnville, TN.

just a local ,throwin in his 2cents on the post subject.

looks like you guys had fun!
next time, post up that you're going in the JKOwners Forum's "SouthEast" area and ill try to gather up a bunch of the TNJeep.com members to come ride w/ you 'Bama Jeepers!

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