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Calling all tacoma owners in texas!

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by Motokid817, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. Motokid817

    Motokid817 [OP] Motokid817

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    What are the best places to go wheelin down in the great state of texas?:dancingbacon:
     
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    I was just wondering the same! I'm in SA and would like to find somewhere close by. I used to wheel at Devil's Den but after a few friends got $300+ tickets I stopped going... Any suggestions for the SA/South Texas region please let me know...
     
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    Hidden Falls is in Marble Falls just north of SA. Longs ranch is also a possibility but I think it is only open a few weekends a year.
     
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    Is hidden falls a pretty fun area??
     
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    i would like to know this too.. i'm in the Austin area and would love some open land to go 4 wheeling in and camping.. hopefully an area that is not too populated
     
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    It's a really good park. Plenty of camping and trails for every level of rig.
     
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    well awesome then ill be going for sure! thanks for the info man!
     
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    I would highly recommend to have at least sliders on your rig, and a locker would help as well.
     
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    As we speak I am in the process of building some. I have just the stock e-locker in the rear and and soon ill be going to air lockers in the front and rear! Can't wait!:D:jellydance:
     
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    There is a trail at Hidden Falls called Toyota. Do NOT take this trail if you care about your paint in the least. Stick to level 2-3 trails if you have no armor.
     
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    Awesome man thanks for the tip!:D
     
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    Where is Baybrook Mall??
     
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    It's the large shopping mall on I-45 south, just south of Houston.
     
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    Haha they have some wheeling at the mall!! Really??
     
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    Just going with the Mall Crawler theme. I try to keep to fire roads(dry ones)
     
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    If you're careful, the Nuecess River and Dry Frio down around Uvalde have some good spots. I say "careful" because of the laws on motor vehicles on the river beds. I've been in VA for a while now, and I don't think they've lifted those laws. A friend of mine in high school got his H2 stuck on the Dry Frio and had to get a bulldozer to get him out. Sustained some hefty fines for it. But he didn't know what he was doing, so that didn't help.
     
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    200 miles of trails has nice dirt bike and atv areas as well. It's pretty peaceful and usually not that packed. You can also rent atvs and shit.
     
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    Prerunner OR capable on easy level 2-3 trails? With sliders?
     
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    What part of texas op? Can make a huge difference in where we recommend some of the best spots I have on my last are close to 10 hrs away for me lol
     
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