Hey Skeeter, exactly what part of western Mo. are we talking about? I go to school in Springfield, but I am from the Appleton City, Butler area. (You may have never heard of those) If you don't know of either one of those, tell me where you are and I probably know a place or two where you can get it muddy. Around Springfield, there are a few places that I know about but that might be too far for you. Anyone else in SW MO that 4wheels let me know where you go.
My parents live in Appleton City wich is about 20 miles east of Butler on 52. I know of a couple of places to go around Appleton. They aren't that great, one is an old gravel road that got shut down for ten years and people started muddin on it again. About 8 inch deep ruts for 1/4 mile and two or three decent pits. Another is an old mining road that can get pretty muddy. It is about 1/2 mile long with several decent pits. Both spots need a lot of rain ro be muddy so keep that in mind. I have winter break from Dec 14 to Jan 15. I will be home almost every weekend for that month. If you want to go 4wheeln I can get round up some of my high school buddy's and we'll get stuck somewhere. Let me know.
Yeah, I know of a great spot. It is open to the public called ORV. It is near Manhattan KS. I think its off of Highway 150? Not quite sure. Also, there is Mark Twain Natl Forest in Missouri. It has great legal trails to drive.
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