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I think we need to have a place for links, info, and parts locating info. If you have any good info that is local to arkansas please post a link here. Here is a start I hope to make it grow along with our community.
Trail preservation!
http://www.arra-access.com/site/PageServer
http://www.arkansasohv.org/
http://www.arkansasohv.org/index.htm
http://www.sharetrails.org/

Clubs:
Arkansas
http://www.razorbacklandcruisers.com/
http://www.rockcrawlers4x4.com/
http://arkansascrawlers.com/main/forum

General:
www.superlifttv.com

Offroad parks and ohv recreational areas:
Arkansas
National Forests:
http://www.arkansasohv.org/index.htm
http://www.arkansasoff-road.com/Ozark.html
http://www.arkansasoff-road.com/Ouachita.html
http://www.fs.fed.us/oonf/ozark/recreation/OHV/
Parks:
http://www.orvpark.com/
www.byrdsadventurecenter.com
http://www.fs.fed.us/oonf/ozark/recreation/OHV/
http://www.redrivermudbog.com/

Kentucky
http://www.lbl.org/Home.html
http://www.hillznhollarz.com/

Missippi
http://redcreekoffroad.com/

Missouri
http://www.smorr.net/
http://bricks4x4farm.com/
http://www.flatnasty.net/
http://www.rorp.com/homepage.htm
http://www.washitaoffroadtrails.com/


Oklahoma
www.sportsintherough.com
http://www.hogansoffroad.com/
http://www.ddayadventurepark.com/
Here is a great link I came accross while trying to fing a site for Clayton Ok
http://gettinbentoffroad.com/places.html

Tennessee
http://www.ohv4tn.org/
http://www.ccorv.com/
http://www.coalcreekohv.com/
http://www.wheelininthecountry.com/

Texas
http://www.thewheelinranch.com/index.htm
http://www.treesranch.homestead.com/
http://www.texashogwallow.com/
http://www.shilohridge.com/
http://www.sp-orv.com/


Parts and info:
Local
http://landerstoyota.com/
national
http://www.surpluscenter.com/Cheap DIY assist parts, hoses, clamps, coolers ect.
http://longfieldsuperaxles.com/
http://www.marlincrawler.com/
http://www.allprooffroad.com/
http://www.trail-gear.com/
http://www.superbrightleds.com/
a list of toyota tech info, by colsoncj
http://www.yotatech.com/f147/links-faqs-info-96893/

Wheeling Trip "Good to knows":
http://icehouseamerica.com/locate.asp?state=AR

Arkansas Lift Laws
http://www.liftlaws.com/arkansas_lift_laws.htm

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not to mention
www.marlincrawler.com
http://www.allprooffroad.com
http://www.orvpark.com/
http://landerstoyota.com/

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For those that like to get muddy in the Southwestern part of the state:
http://www.redrivermudbog.com/

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For those that like to get muddy in the Southwestern part of the state:
http://www.redrivermudbog.com/
Yikes! Too much mud!

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For those that like to get muddy in the Southwestern part of the state:
http://www.redrivermudbog.com/
MUD

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Land Between the Lakes/Turkey Bay OHV - Golden Pond, KY

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I updated the origonal post with tons of links. Please post up if you have any more info you think should be included.

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I've got a list of toyota tech info I keep here if you want it:

http://www.yotatech.com/f147/links-faqs-info-96893/

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ther is a new wheeling spot in missery a couple of my friends were telling me about. Its supposedly about an hour from me (paragould ar), but I don't rember the name or where its at. Anyone heard about it? Its supposedly dosent have trails and they are trying to get people to build em some. This place is supposed to have natural rock, not those broken up concteete pices that coon creek had.

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ther is a new wheeling spot in missery a couple of my friends were telling me about. Its supposedly about an hour from me (paragould ar), but I don't rember the name or where its at. Anyone heard about it? Its supposedly dosent have trails and they are trying to get people to build em some. This place is supposed to have natural rock, not those broken up concteete pices that coon creek had.
Is it any of these?

Brick's 4x4 Farm
Finger Lakes State Park
Hannibal Rocks
Potawatomi Off Road Park
Sayers Brook
St. Joe Park
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Probably Washita? http://www.washitaoffroadtrails.com/

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no not one of these, but...

Brick's 4x4 Farm: been there, mud holes and sucky no thrills trails, unless you have a big block

Finger Lakes State Park: Does this place allow 4wd, and offroad vehicles, or just dirt bikes and atvs

Hannibal Rocks: I want to go!

Potawatomi Off Road Park: this looks promising

Sayers Brook: to high class for me

St. Joe Park: been there on a quad, had fun , but I just don't think it would be the same in a truck

I sent my buddy a text mabye he will reply.

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Thats not it but thanks for the link I added it to the origonal post. I want to get up there and wheel in the future, but I'm holding out till they get some challenging trails made.

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http://www.turkeypenn.com/events.html

Well here it is. They (my friends) got my hopes up. I was hoping for somthing other than a atv/mudpit type place. On the good side its only and hr from home, and admission is cheap. It mite be worth the drive up there. Heck its prolly just another Bricks 4x4 farm.

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I have one to add. It is D-day in Wyandotte OK.

http://www.ddayadventurepark.com

D-day is about 1.5 hours from Fayetteville in Wyandotte OK. Basically 20 miles west of Neosho MO.

Similar to Superlift in terrain but lots of cool paintball stuff to look at.

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Edit** One word of caution sometimes things are not family friendly, But they advertise those weekends. Things like strippers and such in camp!
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Similar to Superlift in terrain but lots of cool paintball stuff to look at.

Edit** One word of caution sometimes things are not family friendly, But they advertise those weekends. Things like strippers and such in camp!
I'm all for some strippers! haha!!!

You have any pics of this terrain? I couldn't find any pics. Might be a good stop instead of Disney.
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I'm all for some strippers! haha!!!

You have any pics of this terrain? I couldn't find any pics. Might be a good stop instead of Disney.
I think I'll stick to Disney, that dosent look appealing to me. To each there own.

Why is it Mo has so manny parks and Arkansas has so few? To top it off isnt almost 40% of missouri natnl parks?

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The first time I went rock crawlin was here (The only time I have been there). So I was pretty overwhelmed but I remember it very similar to superlift. In addition there is a spectator area with mud bogs, mud drags, obstacle course, and rock garden.

The "adult" performers are only there once a year I understand. But they also have a Bike rally that I hear gets pretty wild. The weekend I went it was with my brothers club "Cristian Crawlers". They have some pics on there site http://www.christiancrawlers4x4.com/.../1909976-d-day.
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Here is a good link to the ozark natl park website. Scroll down some and there are some trail maps!


http://www.arkansasoff-road.com/Ozark.html

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IWhy is it Mo has so manny parks and Arkansas has so few? To top it off isnt almost 40% of missouri natnl parks?
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Unfortunately thougth there aren't very many motorized trails in the Mark Twain National Forest. Too many greenies....and meth labs.

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Unfortunately thougth there aren't very many motorized trails in the Mark Twain National Forest. Too many greenies....and meth labs.
In arkansas we keep our meth labs with our trailer trash, and out of our natl forrests.

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I added a new link and just figured I'd bring this thread back to yalls attention. Anyone have any helpful info to add here? Post up.

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I added a new link and just figured I'd bring this thread back to yalls attention. Anyone have any helpful info to add here? Post up.
Good link! Petersen's 4 wheel and offroad has been spotlighting lift laws in recent mags. Nice find!

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Good link! Petersen's 4 wheel and offroad has been spotlighting lift laws in recent mags. Nice find!
That wasnt the new link, but thanks.

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I've been looking for more wheeling places in Arkansas. Anyone know of any I don't have linked. I can't find a link for the RockCreek park near Boonville arkansas either, I don't think they have a site yet.

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