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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-10-2003, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know a place in Eastern Washington where you can go 4wheelin'. Not too far into the center of the state. I am in Pullman now and there is no where to go around here. Any help is good.


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-10-2003, 03:20 PM
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Hey Mitch, I've got no clue. I'm here in Pullman now (conveniently without either of my 4x4s though[img]images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]) and I can't think of much off the top of my head. I'll keep my ears open. Your best bet for this area is probably driving a couple hours and getting into some decent parts of ID. Good luck.
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Go up to Spokane. Go to 7 mile ORV park. Its pretty big, has hills, and if it has rained, it will have good mud. It also has sand. I used to go there all the time. All you need is a liscensed vehicle and seat belts. The rangers hardly ever venture out though. Has no charge for use. Can be a good day of fun. Go after it has rained. That brings out the most 4X4's. Some of these guys are really crazy and it is fun to watch them [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img].

Thats the only one I know of close to Pullman, relativley anyway. I know lots of mountain trails in the Spokane area that I find to be fun.
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Where in spokane is this 7 mile OHV park.

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Kind of on the northwest side of Spokane. Take the division street exit off of I-90. Head north on division untill you come to Francis rd (4-5 miles). Take a left off of division onto francis. Take this road for 7 or so miles, the road curves and becomes a highway so just stay on it. You will see a brown sign that says "Seven Mile ORV Park Left 1/4 miles" Take the correct turnoff. In a couple miles on this road you will see another sign telling you to turn left to the park, it was a wash boardy dirt road, but I think they might have paved the beginning of it. When you see a large parking lot on your left, you are there. Watch out for dirtbikes, they like the park too. [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img]

Wait for the rain. IT is worth it. Wish I was there. I'd shoe you how to get there then we could tear some sh!t up. [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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What kind of stuff is in the park. Is it just mud holes and dirt bike trails or other stuff. Does the terrain require a heavly modified rig or will mine do just fine


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Any rig can go to this place. If it has rained, it will have mud. There is sand, dirt hills to climb as well as steep snad hills if you are looking for a challenge. It is quite large. There are tough parts, but all can be bypassed with an easier route. All trails can be taken by truck. There are some extreme portions of the park, especially in the back. Always fun watching the crazies try to tackle the steepass sand hills.

Anyway, go up on a Saturday after it has rained. It will be worth the drive. Don't worry about you truck. You can get anywhere in the park by going around some of the crazy stuff.
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