Where do y'all take your jeep wheeling in ontario?

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Never really been into fullsize offroading, always quads and side by sides. So where do y'all take your jeeps?
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Most of my off-roading is done on Hydro line trails. There aren't many in my area, but I do have a couple favourites that I visit regularly. Other than that, I do a lot of gravel road touring. There are several "No Winter Maintenance" type roads in my area that I've been exploring since the first snowfall of the season, great fun!
 

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Thanks! My wife just got her Jeep. This is interesting.
 

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Where are you located? London Jeep Club is great, and accepts members across the province - they run a great event each year called TrailFest. Durham 4x4 is also a good group (my "home" club) and run events almost once a month through the summer.

I second joining OF4WD - they have a great database of trails through the province. Please stay out of/off private lands. We are losing access to fantastic trails because of damage and abuse to private lands.
 

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Where are you located? London Jeep Club is great, and accepts members across the province - they run a great event each year called TrailFest. Durham 4x4 is also a good group (my "home" club) and run events almost once a month through the summer.

I second joining OF4WD - they have a great database of trails through the province. Please stay out of/off private lands. We are losing access to fantastic trails because of damage and abuse to private lands.

Thanks. I'll take a look.
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Hi there,
Besides the OF4WD being your best bet, there is a town called Ardbeg north of Parry Sound. Once you get to the little store there, air down, and follow the Jeeps, custom buggies and everything else that goes in there. Well known spot. Some camping in there as well.
 

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Hi there,
Besides the OF4WD being your best bet, there is a town called Ardbeg north of Parry Sound. Once you get to the little store there, air down, and follow the Jeeps, custom buggies and everything else that goes in there. Well known spot. Some camping in there as well.
That's Loggers Station House:

https://goo.gl/maps/L13tYduuKAQfpWhR9

The way into Ardbeg basically starts there.

Trails not open until May 01 though
 
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