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Old 12-30-2009, 06:59 PM   #1
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Help in finding off-road trails in DFW or surrounding areas

Hi all,

I'm currently home in Frisco, Texas. I have another week before driving to Southern California. I would like to hit a trail or two around here so I could bring my family for a day of fun.

Does anybody know where to go? I just want easy to moderate trails or where a locker is not needed.

Thanks.
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Old 12-31-2009, 06:58 AM   #2
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Try Marshall Creek offroad park. Its on the north end of Lake Grapevine in Roanoak off 377 and 114. I have not been there in a few years but if I remember is $5 or $7 a vehicle for the day. They allow atv and trucks last time I was there.
Not a whole lot of legal places to ride but good luck in your search.
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Try Marshall Creek offroad park. Its on the north end of Lake Grapevine in Roanoak off 377 and 114. I have not been there in a few years but if I remember is $5 or $7 a vehicle for the day. They allow atv and trucks last time I was there.
Not a whole lot of legal places to ride but good luck in your search.
Thanks Tex. I'll check it out.

Anyone else have other suggestions?
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Barnwell mountain, in gilmer texas
Best wheeling in the area even if it is a little bit of a drive
http://www.barnwellmountainra.com/
If ya let me know I can meet you out there and keep you off the gnarley stuff.
Hey taco4x4rar,

Thanks for the reply but we were not able to find time to squeeze this in. Maybe some other time.
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