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Aweome I'm still looking for a place to go that's on thus side of the state. I know of one that's out by Pittsburgh but that's a bit of a long drive to get there. Do you know of any places?
 

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I dont, but, i am trying to find a place.
How far away from NJ are you?
I'm about an hour from Yardley PA, if you know where that is?
 

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I'm about an hour and a half away from NJ. Ive heard of that place but not familer with it. Ever hear of the Pocano area of pa? That's where I'm from
 

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A good place to start in the Pines is the Atsion ranger station on Rt. 206. You can pick up Quakerbridge road there to make your way into the forest.

Atsion Office, 744 US-206, Shamong, NJ 08088

Download (you won't get cell service in all areas) a map and don't go it alone. Stick to the marked trails / roads. Water crossings can be much deeper than you think. Most have go arounds.

Check out the fire tower on Apple Pie hill. On a clear day you can see Philadelphia and Atlantic City from the top.

Lunch at the Picalilli in Shamong is great for post wheeling eats.




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I thought people werent allowed to wheel at the pines anymore JKJ?


It’s still legal, for now. The attempt to close it off failed a while back because the state didn’t properly notify the public of their intentions. They did close a bunch of roads to vehicles. They are clearly marked now. Vehicle must be registered and or inspected. No ATVs or similar off road toys. They don’t bother most people unless they have a reason to (trail destruction / partying). Then they look for things like tires sticking out past the fender.
 

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Do you know if there are trials the Crosstrek can handle?
I know a lot of people with Wranglers hit that place up, and i mean lifted big boy Jeeps..
 

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Do you know if there are trials the Crosstrek can handle?
I know a lot of people with Wranglers hit that place up, and i mean lifted big boy Jeeps..


Definitely. A good group to to check in with is disconnected offroad.com. Mostly local Jersey guys, a lot of jeeps, but they welcome all. Camping, wheeling etc. Hook up with them for a day of wheeling. They plan a lot of rides. They won't steer you wrong.


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