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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2003, 10:14 PM
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Off-Roading around San Diego?

Does anyone know of a place around San Diego to off road legally besides the desert. Dont want to come home with a ticket wife would have fit.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2003, 10:23 PM
 
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Re: Off-Roading around San Diego?

AHA!!! I guess I should read down rather than up!

Do a google search for Wildomar. Not much fun for a full size, but it's not desert either.

Then there's always Big Bear. I know you said San Diego but...

Remember San Diego IS the desert. They just piped in a lot of water to get it this way.

Aside from that there is not much. Probably ten years ago I would have said differently but unfortunately SD is growing way too much! Hope that helps.

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Re: Off-Roading around San Diego?

thanks for the help. I did some searches and found some. Now the biggest trick is to see if i can get my wife to go with me. hehe
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Re: Off-Roading around San Diego?

Isn't there an off-road area out by Jacumba or Campo?
The other nice place is up in the badlands around Anza Borrego (except no alcohol or firearms in the park)
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Re: Off-Roading around San Diego?

Yeah 10-15 years ago. I grew up in Rancho Penasquitos. We used to go off roading all over there. Now its all gone. I wanted to test out the Suburban at one of the last known local spots, and its paved with road closed signs. I was just there a little over a year ago in my 4runner.

I'd like to know more spots other that way East county.
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Re: Off-Roading around San Diego?

I was just thinking, if you're military then in most cases all you have to do is check with the local Game Warden and you can probably 'wheel the firebreaks and some trails up near the back side of Pendleton. They have several zones; Case Springs comes to mind and for some reason India and/or Zulu, but I remember doing some light wheeling there.

I haven't been on base in a long time (Dad retired and all I hit is the golf course), but as long as you're not doing it during hunting season (unless you're hunting) or during some bombing practice it's nice!
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