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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-02-2005, 12:42 AM Thread Starter
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Coal Creek OHV, TN.

Has anyone seen this place? www.coalcreekohv.com 72,000 acres of doing what ever you want? Sounds like fun to me :evil: Anyone want to get a ride together and have some fun? I have not heard one bad thing about this place, all good. It's in Oliver Springs, TN. just west of Knoxville
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should have went last week

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Kyle, you guys want to get aride together? It should only be about 3.5-4 hours from you. We can get a hotel and make a 2 day trip out of it.
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The only good Hotels are near the Interstate.. It's a fairly good place to ride. Problem is I seen a whole lot of Roads... a lot of trails but a whole lot of roads...When you get there make sure you get a map... Trust me it's a big place you don't want to get lost.

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Trust me it's a big place you don't want to get lost.
I have heard it's real easy to get lost, I want to go with someone locally from the ATV Club, that way I get to see the good places to go.
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If you have a map and a decent sence of direction..you won't get lost that easy..they have some really rough trails there but most are marked by Color and Letters, I can't remember .. The main trail in and out is pretty cool it's loaded with Jumps all the way up the Mountain.

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look for good bronco jeep trails while there and ill ome in the spring with a K-town gang!
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