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On trail pass i read about this place in pa called the "lost trail" and i am very interested in going but i just want to make sure it is open. If it is a good place to ride? Are jeeps aloud to drive on it, or just atvs?

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outlander560 said:
On trail pass i read about this place in pa called the "lost trail" and i am very interested in going but i just want to make sure it is open. If it is a good place to ride? Are jeeps aloud to drive on it, or just atvs?

Where is this now..in the poconos?? Is this it: https://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/77-northeast-atv-off-road-forum/

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sorry for the small amount of info, yes it is in the pocono mountains i checked trail pass and they gave me the info i was just curious if they allow jeeps on the trails and if there are any camp grounds near that you can drive to with you atv?

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Lost Trails is a pretty good place to ride with around 45 miles of trails and a sand pit, hitting it up this weekend with a few friends myself..:biggrin:

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On trail pass i read about this place in pa called the "lost trail" and i am very interested in going but i just want to make sure it is open. If it is a good place to ride? Are jeeps aloud to drive on it, or just atvs?

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sorry for the small amount of info, yes it is in the pocono mountains i checked trail pass and they gave me the info i was just curious if they allow jeeps on the trails and if there are any camp grounds near that you can drive to with you atv?

Is just ATV's at this time

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