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all wheels off road park in ME

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by abunch, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. abunch

    abunch [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I have never been myself. I have heard many good things about it though. If you go, let me know what you think.
     
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    It was okay. Alot of huge mud holes. The further you go back the tighter things get. Lots of pin stripe branches if you want to avoid big rocks. It's not Moab, but if your local it's a nice place to go. If I had another vehicle with me I would have done some more challenging terrain, but it was just me and my wife. We have a winch in all, however I did not want to have to do a knee deep mud recovery. I took and few pics and can post them later.
     
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    If I had seen this thread before, I would have joined you. My club, Maine 4x4 Club, go there at least a dozen times a year. There are so many trails in that 400 acre piece of land. The catch is, that the plant growth hides half the trails in the summer. Spring is usually where you'd see all the trails exposed. You can search youtube for "Maine 4x4 allwheels" or "ME4x4" etc for videos of some of the better parts of the park.
     
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    I just went there last saturday. I went with a large group of people from NTC http://www.toyotacrawlers.com/. It was fun because the big stuff they were playing on was right next to the trails we could all run. Never went down to the power lines because we were told about all the mud. I will be going back
     
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    Here is all the trails that the park holds since 2011

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    I would love to check this place out. I am in Wiscasset, ME. I am not sure If I am ready to scratch the yota up yet though. How wide are the trails?
     
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    Oh, you can make it through there without scratching up your truck. I'm going there tomorrow.
     
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    I was down there last year by self. I did not do to much exploring, but I did get a nice pin strip on the door.
     
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    I think it would be cool to get some people together and go sometime. I have always wanted to check it out.
     
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    Anything up there stock-friendly? :anonymous:

    I am not afraid of pin-stripes but it is my daily driver. I dont want to break anything.
     
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    +1 on the daily driver part.
     
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    Just got back. Had a great time. Mines a DD as well. I do have a lift and armor but you can go there stock. I saw Liberty's and Grand Cherokees there bone stock, street tires and all. Of course there is also much harder things to do if and when you want to.
     
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    Good to know! I have to check this place out! Thanks!
     
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    I really liked the place my only complaint is it would be nice to have the property mapped out with trail ratings. Most of the day felt like "Let's see what's around this corner" :D
     
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    Well c'mon now... Most of Maine is pretty much like that haha
    :crapstorm:

    In all seriousness, that is good to know as well.
     
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    Yea I know what you mean about the state--"Let's see what we can find out there!":D
     
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    I think Ill wait til I get some better tires... Just in case ha ha.
     
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    Wise decision--up armoring doesn't hurt either...
     
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