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  1. wdsracer

    wdsracer Limited User

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    Hi I was wondering if riding is still allowed in the St Williams forest?
    Thanks.
  2. gorick

    gorick Ride Organizer

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    Yes it is.
  3. Beaker

    Beaker Limited User

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    Anyone been out there recently? My understanding is that a lot of the St Williams single track is closed to ORV's but the Turkey Point portions are still legal. I haven't been out there in several years but wondering if it's good riding or just down to the whooped out sand sections???
  4. gorick

    gorick Ride Organizer

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    There is more riding at St Williams than Turkey Point only because people are using the single track. All of the main trails are whooped for sure at both places.
    If your blue plated then there is more to ride around St Willies if you know where to look but then Turkey Point can offer more to look at if you cruise the beach.
    1 to 2 hr's at both places will cover all of the trails.
  5. hverbakel

    hverbakel ODSC-OFTR Member

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    My son and I just spent the day at both places last Wednesday, As Rick mentioned a lot of it has been whooped out, but its still a blast. Lots of Atvs there that day after the big rains, unfortunately all that rain cuts into the riding areas. My son took lots of Gopro video, if I only knew how to post, I would be happy to do it.
  6. Beaker

    Beaker Limited User

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    Thanks guys!