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NW WA area where is the wheelin spots

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There used to be that area up on Mosquito Lake Road kinda near your house Scott. It was a couple big gravel pits for the dirtbike/quads, and a whole bunch of trails for the 4wd quads, and wheelin'. It was a great spot, and as I recall, a LOT of trails. I haven't been up there in a few years though. May want to ask around for people in your area.

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There used to be that area up on Mosquito Lake Road kinda near your house Scott. It was a couple big gravel pits for the dirtbike/quads, and a whole bunch of trails for the 4wd quads, and wheelin'. It was a great spot, and as I recall, a LOT of trails. I haven't been up there in a few years though. May want to ask around for people in your area.

 

 

 

Northfork, they closed it to only main loggin type roads it was a awesome spot

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Northfork, they closed it to only main loggin type roads it was a awesome spot

 

That's a shame, from what I was hearing; it was soon to be a legitimate ORV area. Any idea what happened?

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We used to have a place on fir island we went to Called northfork right along the river on the north fork. Anyways it got shut down because all the meth heads moved down there so now no one can go down there.:( that was the best place in the world. now it's gone.

 

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There is always Medford Pit too there are a few places where you can make trails and drive right through the woods with creeks and everthing.

 

Jeff

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Yeah, Medford Pit isn't too bad. I haven't been up there in awhile. Lots of dirtbike/fourwheeler trails... it never hurts to make new trails too...

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Medford would be the best for you guys. I haven't been up to Medford in awhile, but I know alot of people from Sedro Woolley go up there and play around on quads, dirtbikes, and trucks. Lotsa logging roads with little trails off of them. Not much else except 10 acres in Concrete. It is little, lots of mud, but little. You could do all of it in about 2 hours.

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ive got teridactal, evans creek, grapview pit?logging roads, staircase at lake cushman, elk lake trails out pat 9 mile up at cushman.. i mean i know some spots to go play. ohh yea the classic greenwater off 70

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ive got teridactal, evans creek, grapview pit/logging roads, staircase at lake cushman, elk lake trails out pat 9 mile up at cushman.. i mean i know some spots to go play. ohh yea the classic greenwater off 70

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ive got teridactal, evans creek, grapview pit?logging roads, staircase at lake cushman, elk lake trails out pat 9 mile up at cushman.. i mean i know some spots to go play. ohh yea the classic greenwater off 70

 

Are most of those down south? I've been to evens creek two times one time wheeling and one time just to watch and meet up with a few guys. That is a 250 mile round trip from my house and for scott and will add 90 more miles for them. I think that's a little too far.

 

 

Jeff

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I know you can get in the fir Island one, but.......... you get in big big trouble. people accross the river can see you there and they will call you in. That is part of the "no fly zone"!!!

 

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