Eh durhamtown is ok as long as you just like playing in mud and climbing some muddy hills. Nothing else really worth talking about but thats the old side of the place, i havent ventured all of the new side yet so i cant compliment on it but heres the pic thread from the 1st and 2nd time i went:
Deffinatly will want someone with a winch if this place is at all wet cause it will be a super winch fest..and an aggressive a/t tire will defffinatly be needed but a mud tire is way more recommended...i might look into going just to see the rest of the new part they have been working on.
Tacomaforlife did pretty good to be open rear and some bald terra grapplers only getting stuck maybe 3 times, id say this whole place is pretty do-able with a stock 4x4 and m/t tires but obviously the more lift the better for some of those ground clearance spots, armor isnt a necessity though but wouldnt be a bad thing to have seeins how on the second trip sarge slid into a tree and crumbled his front bumper a bit.
Also sometime after new years, most likely febuary or sometime after we will also be making another trip to Gulches... WhiskeyDeltaTango made the trip up there this past saturday and said it was only a 2 hour ride for him coming from GA but im not sure what area...but Gulches will put shame to Dtown when it comes down to obstacles and trail riding but there is also some hellacious mud there as well and a very nice place to visit that also has camping accomodations.... Sorry for the