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Old 01-20-2013, 07:30 PM
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So as far as Maryland goes where can I go wheeling?
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Rausch creek offroad park in pa , Trails road in delta pa, assitique island in Maryland. Not sure if you can still do gwnf Check out Baltimore 4wheelers they are a great club
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So as far as Maryland goes where can I go wheeling?
Private land. I use my back yard when I get bored but it's not much. In addition to the areas mentioned, There is the Frederick watershed, lots of road's in and around sugar loaf, some roads near where green ridge used to be. All those are just gravel roads. Some mud holes but nothing crazy at all. My favorite road: hawbottom road in myersville is light wheeling, but hardly worth checking out unless you live close. There is also big dogs in west V. And a place called trevorton in PA. Look it up. I'm sure there are other places you could find but in general, if its not a known place it's probably illegal. Ask farmers if they have any back woods trails. That's one other place I go. The only thing with that is that it's hard to take more than 1 or 2 vehicles to without them minding.
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yea i saw that. We got shafted...
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This really sucks. The two watersheds by me just got recently sprayed with blue paint where the trails are.
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I know a few great places in Baltimore. Message me
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There are no legal places in Baltimore.
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yea i saw that. We got shafted...
If it carries the scent of freedom, it will be stomped on here. Just the way it has become. Even if it has a scent of fun, if it doesn't involved cash registers ringing at The Inner Harbor, both stadiums or Ocean City, it will, without a doubt, be given the hairy-eyeball with an eye-towards putting a cash register on it or shutting it down. When they find a way to put a vault and a funnel on a tree like a game camera, perhaps they will then open up some plain vanilla trail that has a steel funnel to deposit a quarter in every 200 yards. Or, more accurate to their behavior, an EZ-PASS sensor on a tree every 100 yards.

Pretty hard not to be cynical here.
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If it carries the scent of freedom, it will be stomped on here. Just the way it has become. Even if it has a scent of fun, if it doesn't involved cash registers ringing at The Inner Harbor, both stadiums or Ocean City, it will, without a doubt, be given the hairy-eyeball with an eye-towards putting a cash register on it or shutting it down. When they find a way to put a vault and a funnel on a tree like a game camera, perhaps they will then open up some plain vanilla trail that has a steel funnel to deposit a quarter in every 200 yards. Or, more accurate to their behavior, an EZ-PASS sensor on a tree every 100 yards. Pretty hard not to be cynical here.

Sounds par for course I'm glad I moved away from Communist controlled MD 5 years ago and came to a nice Pro Gun , BLM OHV loving red state better known as UTAH
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If my Wife and I ever get our hands on any real funds, we will be out of here so fast there will be a clap of thunder because we vacated the area so fast.

It's a great place and it has just about everything. Mountains, beaches, hunting, fishing, crabbing, then it has things for the urbanite as well, easy access to a lot of stuff. I never was much for the beach but the mountains were actually closer than O.C. when I was growing up. I spent a good amount of time on the Susquehanna River right below the Conowingo Dam and on part of the Patuxent River when I was growing up, too. Anyways, it is what it is now. Like so many other areas of the country that are like it, it seems to be a haven for the extremes, those who make a good amount of money and those who make none at all. Everyone else is in a press and it seems that the handle gets turned a little more on that every year.
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