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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-24-2003, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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Good Mudding in Central Oklahoma

In case anyone wants to know, there is a spot that a buddy and I take our respective jeep and bronco for some pretty wild mudding. Liberty Lake near Guthrie Oklahoma (Seward road exit on 1-35) has spots (after rain of course) that can swallow vehicles with less than 35's and even then some. There are also mud pits that stay there nearly year round that 4wd's would have problems with without mud terrain tires.

Hey if you guys have any other mudding hot spots or rock crawling havens in Oklahoma, please add onto this thread.
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Re: Good Mudding in Central Oklahoma

I live in wichita Falls, TX. How far away are you? I head up to the wichita mtns pretty often. do you know of anything there. If you ever think that you are headed this way there are a couple of lakes around here with lots of cool long hills and lots of rocks. give me a hollar.
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Re: Good Mudding in Central Oklahoma

I don't know how able I am to travel that far, as of yet, but I got a buddy that is looking for some good Rock Crawlin' places and might be able to get talked into going that far. Thanks for replying!
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Re: Good Mudding in Central Oklahoma

Matteorr, You can go to Disney for some good rock crawling.
It's only an hour and a half away from Stillwater. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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