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Daniel Boone Trails in Leslie County KY

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Does anyone know anything about the Daniel Boone Trails in Leslie County KY? I'm headed down there the third weekend in July and can't seem to find much information about the area or trail maps for that matter...Oh well that's what they make GPS for... I heard that there was an uproar with the county judge and the local ATV club that had been seeing to those trails and now the club is not affiliated any longer...Perhaps I need to look for another area in KY to ride...Any suggestions???

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Other than I have seen them on a map and thought I would really like to go there I am sorry I don't know anything. Love to hear about it after you go. Always looking for new places to ride.

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