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Old 10-08-2011, 11:35 PM
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I live north of houston and would like to know where I could drive my jeep on some trails (offroad) any help would be greatly appreciated
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Old 10-09-2011, 11:28 PM
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where exactly are you? i know there's General Sam's Offroad park in huntsville. and if ur willing to drive across houston there is a place called downsouth offroad park in crosby

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Old 10-10-2011, 09:55 AM
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I live in Cypress, and Huntsville would be the easier one to get to
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Anyone else know of any places?
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Old 10-16-2011, 01:40 AM
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There is also www.creeksideedge.com in Splendora. That and the two other ones listed are the only legal wheeling places around houston.
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How is creekside? Ive never been but ive wondered how it is. Its alot smaller than the one in crosby just wondering if its just as fun
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In my opinion its way better than crosby. Yes crosby is bigger, but all the trails there are very easy. None of the ones at creekside are hardcore, but there are a few that will scare you pretty good. There are some good climbs, ledges, off camber, and even mud if you want it.
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Old 10-17-2011, 06:17 PM
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I would definately recommend general SAMs iv been out there several time and always have a blast I'm going this weekend with some friends
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Originally Posted by cornrush View Post
I would definately recommend general SAMs iv been out there several time and always have a blast I'm going this weekend with some friends
i actually havent been there either but ive heard nothing but good things and will make it there eventually. cant wait!!!!!!!!
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General sams is good especially right now during the drought. But any other time, be warned there are holes out there that will swallow your jeep unless your running 54's
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This is one of those holes and this was about three weeks ago another time and it would probably be up to the windshield

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Yep. Although I have to admit I get a very big smile when i see a stuck JK ...........no offense
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that looks like loads of fun tho for xj owners anyways haa
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Originally Posted by 92mallcrawler
Yep. Although I have to admit I get a very big smile when i see a stuck JK ...........no offense
No offense at all not mine I'm the one that pulled him out
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I would definately recommend general SAMs iv been out there several time and always have a blast I'm going this weekend with some friends
Sounds cool, my Jeep is only stock right now so no off roading for awhile :/
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