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Where are the best places to wheel in Texas?
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post #2 of 7 Old 11-23-2008, 06:47 PM
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www.treesranchoffroad.com (Kerville/ Junction area)

www.katemcyrocks.com (Llano/ Mason area)

www.longranchwheeling.com (Liano/ Kingsland area)

www.bouldercreekfarms.org (Marble Falls area)

www.visitbigbend.com (Big Bend National Park)
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post #3 of 7 Old 11-23-2008, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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post #4 of 7 Old 11-23-2008, 07:01 PM
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Also...

www.barnwellmountainra.com (Gilmer area)

www.generalsams.com (Huntsville area)

www.springcreekoffroad.com (Old Town Spring/ Houston area)
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Thanks Stub, I have been wondering the same thing. I have hit Spring Creek enough to own stock. Thinking about Sams soon hear it can get really wet there though. Any knowledge?

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Never been there- so no knowledge. Being around southeast Texas is kinda limited as far as quantity of wheeling venues. If you're close enough to make it a day trip, then why not check it out. The worst that will happen will be that you did it and it wasn't that great- (Or you break something/ or roll the jeep over!).

IMO- A day of wheeling...anywhere, usually beats the alternative...(doing chores around the house and wishing you were wheeling).
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Roger that.
SpringCreek is pretty cool. They just did a "My redneck wedding" there. Ever down this way give me a shout.

Was checking out the other thread in "events" about a Texas trip, will be checking it often, keep me posted. I would love to see it happen. Pretty soon we will need a TEXAS thread here, Florida can't be the only one.

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