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    Hey Ya'll

    I have always been a quad rider and loved the ATV trails and thought i would be a lot fun to take the girl and the kids out for a ride too. I did just a touch of work on my s10 and it seems to handle "Ok". The more involved i get the more i'll spend on the rig.

    I came here by the means of google. I am looking for some novice trails in Muskegon county to go for a nice weekend roll on.

    Thanks, I'm happy to be here
    Joe

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    GLFWDA Member GLFWDA Member StingRay66's Avatar
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    Try TwoTrackers

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    Welcome!!

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    Welcome. I am not sure if you have national forest land near Muskegon county but forest roads are good for a nice cruse. Just remember to stay on the marked roads and trails.

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    AM/Membership Secretary GLFWDA Member Ms.ZJ's Avatar
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    Welcome.
    There are miles of trails just north of us, enough to make a whole day of wheeling.
    Quite the Conundrum

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    Needin' Time to Wheel GLFWDA Member Jarhead's Avatar
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    Hi Joe, Welcome Aboard!

    I agree with the above post, check out the Two Trackers 4WD Club
    http://www.twotrackers.org/
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    You'll need a Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) from the Baldwin District Office of the Manistee National Forest (231) 745-4631. Tell them that you want an MVUM and they'll mail it to your house in 1-2 days. IF the road is listed on the map, it's legal; if it isn't, it's not legal. You'll also want an accurate county map since the MVUM doens't show the county system very well at all. Rules changed a couple years ago and the situation on th eground hasn't caught up yet. Just because a trail is unobstructed doesn't mean it's still legal; you have to check the maps.
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