This will be a meetup of the border regions of the Midwest and the Southeast held at West 6th Farm in Frankfort, KY. The Farm has hiking and biking trails so bring those boots and mountain bikes along.View Rally Point
*This will be a softroading adventure at best! (Nothing technical, no rock climbs, black diamond etc.) We will be taking the same route the Subaru club did a few months ago. Some paved roads, gravel roads, and slight mud. Hopefully we will get snow for this run!View Rally Point
I'm planning a trip to Wayne National forest in Ohio this weekend. The only "spot" that has been recommended to visit is the Atkinson Ridge Fire Tower. I know that there are no real OHV Trails for full size vehicles in the area, but there are plenty of dirt and back roads to explore. Does any...
Hello all, and welcome to my build thread for my (somewhat recently purchased) Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited!
Growing up in small town America here in Central Ohio, my interest for 4x4s quickly grew as my 16th birthday grew nearer. Running around with all the farm kids in town, being around...
20,000 pound maximum capacity snatch block with grease port
2 inch x 8 feet tree trunk protector rated to 14,000 pound capacity
2 inch x 30 feet recovery strap rated to 14,400 pound capacity
3/4 inch D-shackles
Heavyweight denier carry bag
I have been doing some research about a couple of overlanding trips that people have planned and mapped out such as the Kentucky Adventure Tour and Tennessee Dirt Devil. Is there anything like this for Ohio? I’d just like to have some fun exploring gravel backroads and unmaintained county...
Ashtabula County is Ohio’s Covered Bridge Capital boasting more of these magnificent structures than anywhere else in the state. Home to 19 covered bridges, Ashtabula County is also the home to the longest and shortest covered bridges in America!
We have a few vehicles heading to Haspin Acres on 12.10.16. We will meet at the park at 10AM or you can caravan over with us.
This is an Off Road Park. We usually trail ride into the afternoon or early evening. Its not an epic Overland trek.
We're "low risk types". Come on out! Rookies...