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C A W trip

#6
we ride both places but durhamtown is still fun on my 4x4 polaris.my buddies ride sports so they love it there,but I found alot of cool spots down by the hill climbs.Alot of mud and challenging stuff.
 
#9
They have about any kind of trail you would look for riding an ATV. They have an oval track that was fun with my YFZ450 when I had it. Most of the trails will let you bypass the obstacle if you don't have 4x4 or the tires to make it through. If you go to their website, you can see a good map of all of the trails they have.
 
#10
It is a cool place to ride. If you ride a sport ATV and the trails are not groomed you will have to dodge ruts in lots of places. But it's still a lot of fun. Pretty chalenging on a sport ATV when the ruts are bad and it's muddy.
 
#12
I wonder if my gocart/dune buggy could go there. Its about 15 minutes from my house.

Ne clue where to find the poll. I have been wishing they would open it up for OHV
 
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