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The closest orv park to you is going to be Bundy Hill over in Jackson worth a trip especially if you are running closer to stock and not a fully on buggy. Rocks and Valleys would be about a three hour trip north for you but worth a camping trip in the summer.

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Wilkommen!

I like Rocks and Valleys, neat park. It would be a drive for you though, it's a drive for me. I've only been there maybe a couple times, but never with my rig. It always seems to be down for something when people want to go out there. For that matter, I don't even have a crew anymore. All those losers sold their rigs.

If you're ever out on the East side of the state in the Hiolly area, Holly Oaks is a relatively new park. Not real big, but has something for just about any level of build. Also, the Mounds is in Otisville. That tends to be mostly mud, but there are a number of trails back there.
 

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Wilkommen!

I like Rocks and Valleys, neat park. It would be a drive for you though, it's a drive for me. I've only been there maybe a couple times, but never with my rig. It always seems to be down for something when people want to go out there. For that matter, I don't even have a crew anymore. All those losers sold their rigs.

If you're ever out on the East side of the state in the Hiolly area, Holly Oaks is a relatively new park. Not real big, but has something for just about any level of build. Also, the Mounds is in Otisville. That tends to be mostly mud, but there are a number of trails back there.
Thank you! I’ve heard Holly Oaks is fun. I plan to check out Bundy Hill as well.
 

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Thank you!
How do you like it? Is it quiet inside?

My wife has one of these on her radar as a possible next vehicle, but I don't know that she will be happy going from a Blazer to a Bronco.
 

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I would strongly recommend the Bronco to anyone, even though the ordering process was horrible (went through it twice). I just picked this one up about a month ago. Had a ‘21 with a soft top. I switched my initial order to a soft top so I could get it sooner. The soft top was way better than I had expected, but very happy to have the hard top now. It is my daily driver, does great on the highway and is not loud at all. Was also nice to reorder to get this one exactly the way I wanted.
 
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