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rtikql8
March 27th, 2006, 12:42 AM
Anyone have a good website link for Jellico, TN? Is it open for EROC and NUROC events only?

I have found many sites for the City of, but none specific to the Park/OHV area whatever it really is.

Jarhead
March 27th, 2006, 06:28 AM
From the http://www.southernjeeps.org/trails/jellico/jellico.htm web site, "For now, riding at Jellico will be invitation only."

It appears they want to make it difficult to get more information.

rtikql8
March 27th, 2006, 09:49 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Jarhead &#064; Mar 27 2006, 05&#58;28 AM) 12448</div>
From the http://www.southernjeeps.org/trails/jellico/jellico.htm web site, "For now, riding at Jellico will be invitation only."

It appears they want to make it difficult to get more information. [/b]

I saw that too, I was hoping it was old info. You&#39;re right though, they sure aren&#39;t making it easy to find out about.

Also, the thing that sparked my interest was my brother in-law is now a local down there. He is walking distance to the back side of Windrock, he was telling me Jellico iswhat everyone down there is talking about, and they practically live at Windrock. He said Jellico is another 20 minutes away.

Jarhead
March 27th, 2006, 11:56 AM
Jellico has an event scheduled for next month; maybe if your brother could attend the event he may learn more?

Additionally, I have wheeled Windrock before and will be returning next month for another go around. Also, There is another place close by, called Kinzlow&#39;s; which is by special invitation only.

The Privateers may be saving the best for themselves, we just have to figure out how to get invited...

JohnnyJ
March 27th, 2006, 02:45 PM
Check out http://www.trailkeepers.org/

I believe they work with the land owner for access to that area. At least that&#39;s how it worked a few years ago.

rtikql8
March 27th, 2006, 04:28 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(JohnnyJ &#064; Mar 27 2006, 01&#58;45 PM) 12467</div>
Check out http://www.trailkeepers.org/

I believe they work with the land owner for access to that area. At least that&#39;s how it worked a few years ago. [/b]

I had come across that one too, most of the links serve up errors. I&#39;ll try to have my bro-in-law take a ride to town and ask around, he actually might want to go over and watch the competitions when they are in town.