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In my local area on atv's under 50" are legally allowed to ride on the OHV trails. Anyone know of anywhere we could go to ride and not have to worry about getting in trouble?

thanks Jamie
 

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I'm in Coastal Georgia and am looking also. I've heard alot about Durhamtown (near Augusta GA). Will let you know if I learn more.
 

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Here's a link for Durhamtown. http://www.durhamtown.com/
Call them with your questions. If you travel through Union Point to get there, be aware it's a really bad speed trap with nasty cops. Its been a few years since I've been there, but I seem to remember something about Durhamtown not wanting you to ride on very aggressive tires.

Here's another place in Central GA I like to go. http://www.rockycreekatv.com/
They've got about 20 miles of Ranger friendly trails and plenty of mud to play in.

Mike
 

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nestwe said:
Jamie,

Where in Marion County are you? I am in Citrus County, right next door.
Nestwe, My family is moving to Citrus County....within weeks. Homosassa Springs. I've been looking for some place to go with my stepson so he can drive his Ranger.
 

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Go to this site; http://www.floridaohv.org/ohv_locations.html

The laws in Florida changed this summer. Rangers are now categorized as ROV's. I think some of the material says 50 inches wide but I talked to a Forestry Service Ranger and 60 inches is the legal number.

There are bunches of areas and you can spend hours on the trails. I live in the middle of the Ocala National Forest and do a lot of riding on jeep and forestry trails. I'm not supposed to be on the numbered roads but there is so much to explore and I don't have a trailer. I guess I'll just throw myself on the mercy of the court.
 

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Michael+P,

You can probably get rid of the snow plow and get some snorkeling gear. We've been going over to Homosassa for the last 8 years to "harvest" scallops. It's a blast. Not to mention good eating.

We live on the St. Johns River in the southern tip of Putnam County about 2 miles north of the Marion County line.

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I'd like to get rid of the snow plow, it's the "Heavy Duty" Curtis model....Glacier HD. My step son Rick, who's mentally impaired (24 going on 6) won't let me! He likes to push dirt, too.

If I could trade it for something like power steering we MIGHT be able to talk him out of the plow. It's really HIS Ranger.
 
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