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There's a new trail guide online. Ride4Wheel.com will eventually be a listing of all of the places to ride in the Northeastern United States. Right now the Pennsylvania listings are finished. More will be added within a week or two. You should check it out, it's pretty great.

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You are still missing some from PA. Good Effort in getting everything in one place.

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Swampcat07...what did I miss? My criteria for putting it on the list is that it a) is a legal place to ride, b) is primarily a trail not a racetrack, and c) has a website or other verifiable contact information. If you can point out anything I missed, I would be thrilled to add it. I want this to be truly comprehensive.

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If you read thru this website you will find them:wink:

I can think of two off of the top of my head.

I also have a listing for NY.

NJ should go the quickest LOL (There are none).

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And yeah, I have always thought it was crazy that there is not one place in NJ...that was our biggest frustration when we got the quads, and part of why I wanted to put this site together. We bought the quads in NJ and asked the guy where we could ride them. He just said "nowhere, really."

Care to share the two you can think of off the top of your head?

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That is pretty good page. I hit the like on Facebook for it too.

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Thanks. I'm working on the New York listings now. It's going to take longer than the PA listings as so many of them are private and some of them are Trailpass parks. Getting the info isn't as simple as here in my home state. I hope to have an initial set of New York listings posted by Monday.

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Thanks. I'm working on the New York listings now. It's going to take longer than the PA listings as so many of them are private and some of them are Trailpass parks. Getting the info isn't as simple as here in my home state. I hope to have an initial set of New York listings posted by Monday.

This is a great resource, thank you. NY will be tough, living in NY I ride in PA!!! From what I can tell most worthwhile legal areas are in the NW part of the state

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Do you know anyone with a TrailPass membership? I need one of those to access a bunch of the trail maps.

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What Maps are you looking for I might be able to scan them?

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I can let you know by the end of today. Most of New York's trails are either TrailPass (which I can't access) or private clubs (that I'm not a member of). I have to see what I can get, then I'm going to put out a general call for the rest. I'll catch you first!

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I have e-mailed most of the sites asking for trail maps. I think private clubs are unlikely to send them, but if they don't want them published I'm not really comfortable posting them anyway. So I asked and will see what happens. Demon Hill sent me one already.

The TrailPass ones I need help with are: Tin TeePee Family Campground (who I suspect may not offer ATV riding anymore as they are listed as a TrailPass site but are no longer listed on TrailPass), Pine Hill ATV Park, Mount Kenyan Trail, and Camden Trail. If you have any of those you could send over to me, it would be greatly appreciated. I'd be happy to credit you or link you or anything that may be helpful.

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