Local Sacramento wheelin'

  1. ResqFE

    ResqFE Well-Known Member

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    My niece wants me to take her out in the Jeep to do some light offroading. Where do you local Sac guys go within a hours drive of Sacramento? Thanks
     
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    Foresthill offers lots to do. Very easy to access and explore. You can get there going through Auburn or Placerville.

    https://www.visitplacer.com/discover/china-wall-staging-area/
     
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    What about Prairie City? I just got my JL and live nearby, is it a good Jeep spot or more for dirt bikes/ATV/UTV?
     
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    Prarie city has some decent obstacles and a pyramid as well as some drit tracks. There isnt really a trail system there like hollister however.
     
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    Agree about Prairie City. I've been taking some new people out there recently in my stock JL to get them into it. Its definitely not trails, but there is a nice variety of difficulty when it comes to the obstacles. We are actually going out there again this next Tuesday afternoon. its $5/vehicle

    Otherwise, I like hitting the Ice House reservoir area. Its a pretty drive and has a lot of fire trails to take off on.
     
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    Go up Foresthill road and then make a right at Deadwood and go about 7 miles out to an old ghost town not much there but an old cemetery or same route go to Chicken Hawk road and its about 5 miles

    Both are dirt roads but easy

    https://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ca/deadwoodplacer.html
     
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