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Hidden Falls Adventure Park 12/21

Old 12-15-2014, 03:41 PM
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Hey guys so I'm actually driving down to TX from NY and looking to do some wheeling while I'm down there. I came across Hidden Falls AP and it looks epic. But I don't know any other Jeepers in TX and I'm not sure if I should go alone (just the GF and I). I would be sticking to the park roads and level 2-3 trails. My Jeep isn't stock but not crazy modified. Just 3" OME lift, 31" Duratracs, armor, skids, bumpers, recovery equip, and a winch.

Is anyone going to be there on Sunday 12/21? I'll be driving down from Dallas that morning so I would be wheeling from about 10 or 11am to park close. Who's free and wants to meet up?

Anyone have experience going there alone or on Sundays? How was it? Were there a lot of other jeepers already there to possibly join?
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Old 12-15-2014, 05:23 PM
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thats a long drive. are you dead set on that park? bridgeport has some really good trails and is probably closer to you. lots of cool guys out there too.

http://www.cityofbridgeport.net/322/Northwest-OHV-Park

heres a link for ya
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I should have mentioned that the reason I'm driving all the way to Marble Falls is because we're spending that night and the next few nights in Austin.

But Bridgeport might still work out for us. I could go there on Saturday 12/20 and push everything I was going to do on Saturday in downtown Dallas to Sunday. Do they have a lot of easy-ish trails? HFAP has miles and miles of park roads which was what attracted me to it (besides being HIGHLY recommended). I'm not looking to beat the poop out of my Jeep since I do have to drive 2000 miles back home...but I still want to have some fun.
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I just saw that for Bridgeport OHV you need a Texas OHV decal? Considering I'm leaving for Dallas tomorrow, how do I get one?
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I just saw that for Bridgeport OHV you need a Texas OHV decal? Considering I'm leaving for Dallas tomorrow, how do I get one?
i know at bridgeport you can buy them for like $16. heres a link to some places that have them: https://tpwd.texas.gov/spdest/ohv/buy.phtml
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