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Old 09-10-2011, 09:39 AM   #21
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Late September, Early October is best for me. I start traveling again on Oct 3rd. Will likely spend more time away than at home till after ther first of the year.

I see a lot of talk about below Keystone dam. Does anyone know anything about Appalachia Bay (also at Keystone Lake)? I've never been and don't know if it's ATV/bike only or if any off road vehicle can go. It may be an alternative in the unlikely event the eagles show up early.
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Old 09-23-2011, 02:29 PM   #22
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Ok ya'll........ How bout October 8th, meet in Mannford around Noon and go to the nearby ORV trails?



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Old 09-24-2011, 10:27 PM   #23
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I should be able to make that.
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Old 09-26-2011, 09:21 AM   #24
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What kind of trails are around there?

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I wont be able to make it October 8.
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Ok, I'll call it. I will be at Sonic in Mannford at 10:00 AM next Saturday (Oct 8). I do not know exactly where the trails are that have been mentioned but I do see some trails below the damn on Google Maps. I'm sure we can figure it out from there.
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That's where they're at Tulsa Time. You might stop or call Sam's Off Road and get directions from Coby.

As for type of trails...it's mostly sand with a few trails and and small hill climbs on the south side of the place.

I will not be able to make it as I will be working and as of now the BII is sitting on 4 jack stands with the front end sitting of driveway in front of it. Have fun guys and post some pics of your fun.


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I'm not going to make it either. Got some work to do on some vehicles.
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Appalachia bay is atv/motorcycle restricted. I believe it is a 50" gate. I take my atvs out there often, but dont think I could get my rzrs through the gate.

Below Grand Lake Dam in Disney, Ok is a pretty cool place to wheel and rock crawl. Lots of mud though.
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