there is supposed to be a good one in Cullman, AL
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.
Current Official JEEP BOH Trails in the Southeastern US:
OLIVER SPRINGS, TN (PANTHER ROCK)
BLAIRSVILLE, GA (BEASLEY KNOB)
TROY, NC (DICKEY BELL)
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:
Badge of Honor Team
FCA US LLC – Jeep Brand”
Please help me get some more added!!!
I actually had a chance to go to StoneyLinesome with the local Marshall Co Wrangler MCW group. I took my son and my Jeep Extreme Trail Rated Camper. It was M U D D Y. Too muddy to BOH trails. I slide everywhere. Waiting for drier weather.
Stoney is usually very wet or very dry. Don't know which is worse, the mud or the dust.I actually had a chance to go to StoneyLinesome with the local Marshall Co Wrangler MCW group. I took my son and my Jeep Extreme Trail Rated Camper. It was M U D D Y. Too muddy to BOH trails. I slide everywhere. Waiting for drier weather.
Jeff, so sorry for the late reply. Go to the Big Cypress WMA website, look for the Bear Island trail. Video posted below. It has unique Southerner challenges. Sugar sand that can break an axle if you don’t know what you’re doing, VERY deep mud holes, wildlife obstructing the path - who out west has to boot a nine foot alligator in the ass to get it off the trail? Black bear, seven foot Eastern Diamondback rattlesnakes, Pygmy rattlesnakes, cottonmouths everywhere you stop to take a breather. Bobcats and Florida Panther. These trails are pure tropical swamp mudding, the worst in North America, so bad that they are shut down for part of the year. And don’t forget the huge Burmese pythons and African Rock pythons. I cannot believe these aren’t badge trails already.I’ll look it up but if you have any info off hand post it up!