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Old February 20th, 2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know of Mt. Pleasant or Big Rapids area trails???

I'm looking for trails around the Mount Pleasant area for a little two-trackin'
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Old February 23rd, 2009, 01:08 AM   #2
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Old March 16th, 2009, 11:24 PM   #3
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I have been in mt. Pleasant for 5 years now and what I have found so far is limited legal wheeling.

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Good place! I was just in Big Rapids. My buddy took me to a seasonal road with alot of different stuff. Not open at All... I had to squeeze my jeep through some trees. but apparently its a seasonal road with may two tracks off of it. Found a sick 20 ft puddle 3 ft deep. It crossed under powerlines.... And I couldnt resist. Dune like hills with rocks and steep steep downgrade. Check it out.

Search "13 Mile Rd and beech ave MI 49338" the seasonal road is south beech.
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r&v is only 15 min from there
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Good place! I was just in Big Rapids. My buddy took me to a seasonal road with alot of different stuff. Not open at All... I had to squeeze my jeep through some trees. but apparently its a seasonal road with may two tracks off of it. Found a sick 20 ft puddle 3 ft deep. It crossed under powerlines.... And I couldnt resist. Dune like hills with rocks and steep steep downgrade. Check it out.

Search "13 Mile Rd and beech ave MI 49338" the seasonal road is south beech.
Ive gone up there a few times. Lots of fun trails. Let me know if your going up there anytime soon. I would like to before winter
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Old September 23rd, 2009, 10:23 AM   #7
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just north or harrison is leota, there are alot of two tracks up there, just dont get caught playin in any mud, or your gonna get some tickets.
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Old November 12th, 2009, 03:20 PM   #8
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In the Area around Big Rapids and west of it are a lot of fine, legal trails. Stay on the trails and no one will give you any troubles ( at least I havent been harrassed in 3 years, except the one time I took a wrong turn onto a horse/ski only trail).

Stay off the powerlines, if you can get on around here dont! thats a very big fine, and Ive seen several people get those tickets.

email me next time your over this way, I love to hit the trails! Hopefully getting my jeep lifted to 35's in the next few weeks.
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I am just outside of Mt. Pleasant, if any of you head out for some trail riding soon, let me know, I would be up for it.
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Im in big rapids and would go any time also
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Good place! I was just in Big Rapids. My buddy took me to a seasonal road with alot of different stuff. Not open at All... I had to squeeze my jeep through some trees. but apparently its a seasonal road with may two tracks off of it. Found a sick 20 ft puddle 3 ft deep. It crossed under powerlines.... And I couldnt resist. Dune like hills with rocks and steep steep downgrade. Check it out.

Search "13 Mile Rd and beech ave MI 49338" the seasonal road is south beech.
I know this Thread is kind of old, But My parents have a Cabin up at Canadian lakes and there is a Seasonal Road that boarders that community. It's part of the Mecosta County Forest. There are alot of turn offs that look Vehicle Legal but are not. It's really a beautiful forest. Definatly stay clear of the Gas line that runs through there too.

Look up Hayes Rd and 120th. If you take Hayes west it goes right into the seasonal road. My parents cabin actually is one of the lots that boarders the forest.
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