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    #1 Jul 9, 2019
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    I have reached out to FCA regarding the addition of Jeep BOH trails to the SOUTHEAST.

    There just isn't enough and in my communications with FCA BOH Team it has been mentioned that they are actively trying to find more trails in the area of TENNESSEE | GEORGIA | FLORIDA | SOUTH CAROLINA | ALABAMA | MISSISSIPPI | NORTH CAROLINA .

    There are only (6) and (3) of which are in the same location in all of the Southeastern section of the US.

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    Current Official JEEP BOH Trails in the Southeastern US:

    OLIVER SPRINGS, TN (PANTHER ROCK)
    TRAIL #51
    TRAIL #16
    TRAIL #26

    BLAIRSVILLE, GA (BEASLEY KNOB)

    BREMEN, AL
    TRAIL #404

    TROY, NC (DICKEY BELL)
    TRAIL #91

    That being said before I compile a list of a few worthy that I know of in Florida please fill in the blanks if you know of any in your state or area so that I can submit them for consideration:

    From my communication:

    “We are always looking for suggestions for new trails. If you have any of the following information for these trails, I would be more than willing to add it to our list of potential additions.

    a. Trail Name:
    b. Trail Location:
    c. Difficulty Rating:
    d. Brief Description:
    e. Long Description:
    f. Seasons/Months the trail is open:
    g. GPS Coordinates:
    h. Local Office/Trail Head:
    i. Phone Number:
    j. Link to Website:
    k. Websites for info:

    Best Regards,

    Badge of Honor Team
    FCA US LLC – Jeep Brand


    Please help me get some more added!!!
     
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    So far for FLORIDA:

    a. Trail Name: TREAD LIGHTLY
    b. Trail Location: OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
    c. Difficulty Rating: 2-5
    d. Brief Description: 81-mile trail system
    e. Long Description: An 81 mile trail system of forest roads dubbed the Tread Lightly Trail. The forest is located north of Orlando and is the southernmost national forest in the US.
    f. Seasons/Months the trail is open: All year
    g. GPS Coordinates:
    h. Local Office/Trail Head:
    i. Phone Number: 1-877-444-6777
    j. Link to Website: https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/ocala/recreation/ohv/?recid=32295&actid=94
    k. Websites for info:
    https://www.fs.fed.us/ivm/index.html?minx=-9184145&miny=3349031&maxx=-8978682&maxy=3461547

    https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd610383.pdf

    https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/ocala/maps-pubs
     
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    Try to gather as much information as you can in the format above and I will get it added!
     
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    Ah, well the two guys I've added have actually been there, so they're the ones that would know if it's worth it.
     
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    Makes sense! They don’t have to be the Rubicon Trail to be added. FCA needs a variety of trails so if it’s a (2) or higher it CAN be added if it’s popular enough.
     
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    Taking a shot at Hurricane Creek Trail. It is not a commercial trail or a state park so there is not as much formal information.

    a. Trail Name: Hurricane Creek Trail
    b. Trail Location: North Carolina
    c. Difficulty Rating: 2
    d. Brief Description: Very pretty trail through NC mountains near Tennessee border. Not challenging.
    e. Long Description:
    f. Seasons/Months the trail is open: Year Around
    g. GPS Coordinates: 35.0614815, -83.4873788
    h. Local Office/Trail Head:N/A
    i. Phone Number:N/A
    j. Link to Website: N/A
    k. Websites for info: N/A
     
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    #9 Jul 31, 2019
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    I will submit your info!

    Thanks for contributing this information!

    EDIT:

    Submitted!
     
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    There may be a trail in the Gulches in SC worth adding. I haven’t been there. Maybe someone else can weigh in.
     
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    Hopefully so! The more the better for us down here!
     
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    You might want to take a look at Big Cypress in South FL.
     
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    I’ll look it up but if you have any info off hand post it up!
     
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    @Roky

    Is Withlacoochee State Forest a trail or system of trails that could potentially be added to the Jeep BOH trails?

    If so, please share the information in the format above as best you can and I will submit it.

    Thanks bud
     
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    It’s a system of trails, fire roads etc... I’m not sure it would be considered boh trail or not, there’s a few difficult spots, but other then that it’s just sugar sand and wash outs. Pretty fun in there though.
     
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