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Old May 1st, 2016, 10:38 AM
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Offroading Eastern PA

So I would like to take the Defender for a little off road work out. As I am relatively new to the area (moved to the US 5 years ago) I am looking for advice on places to go. I am located in South Eastern PA so ideally looking for places within 90 minutes or so.
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Old May 1st, 2016, 10:46 AM
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Theres Anthracite and another off road site just north(?) or it that might fill your requirements.
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You should look into Rausch Creek. They have classes and guided tours. Great for getting into the sport. They have a great web sight. rc4x4.org.
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dagone Mark, you just missed Robesonia.

Great bunch of people show up and drive their Rovers through the woods....

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Old May 2nd, 2016, 09:19 AM
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dagone Mark, you just missed Robesonia.

Great bunch of people show up and drive their Rovers through the woods....

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Yep, we are one of the closest clubs to you. roversclub.org

There is also the Northeast Land Rover Club (NELRC) NELRC

I think a group is planning to go to Rausch Creek in June some time but not sure on the details.
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Yep, we are one of the closest clubs to you. roversclub.org

There is also the Northeast Land Rover Club (NELRC) NELRC

I think a group is planning to go to Rausch Creek in June some time but not sure on the details.


https://www.facebook.com/events/993216397400779/


Looks like June 18/19
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You should look into Rausch Creek. They have classes and guided tours. Great for getting into the sport. They have a great web sight. rc4x4.org.
concur with Rausch Creek. Great place, not hard to get to and good range of trails.
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dagone Mark, you just missed Robesonia.

Great bunch of people show up and drive their Rovers through the woods....

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...6-a-69552.html




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Jeff that is a very sore point!!! I coach a boys soccer team and they had a game that day, unfortunately I had 5 players who didn't show up and had to cancel the game anyway. Needless to say I am no longer the coach I wasn't going to waste my time if the players couldn't be committed.
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