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Tue Mar 13 2007, 01:23AM

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Here is a link to Tennessee's newest "pay-to-play" OHV area. It is called the Brimstone property. It is roughly 45,000 acres and is primarily in Scott County. The southern end of this tract borders the Coal Creek OHV area (Windrock). This may be another good area to go to if you are wanting to get away from the crowds at Coal Creek.

abit more info on the 4x4 trails there:

a sample:
"Guys. there are so many "side" trails we have found, we came to the conclusion today we could map for 12 more months and not get them all, I think we are going to shoot for 200 miles of mapped trails and make the trail maps.....All the other side trails that don't have a "closed" sign on them ( there will be VERY FEW CLOSED if any) will be for you all to "explore" on your own....the area is so vast it will be impssible to map them all........As far as trails for jeeps/4x4's etc. I would say that 80% of the trails there are wide enough for 4x4's...there are some "wash out's" and narrow trails only wide enough for a ATV, but we will have to make those known on the maps so the jeeper's and 4 wheel drive vehicle's will know which one's to avoid....All the trails the rail buggy's use will be plenty wide for the average 4 wheel drive vehicle.......Nothing quite as extreme as Upper Tellico, but comparable to Windrock......... mud and steep climb's with tight twisty trails are what we have......these will be "two way' traffic trails so, vehicles and ATV's will have to watch out for each other and so forth......I am excited about this summer season coming and hope everyone that comes will be pleased, it will be a 'work in progress" and the trails will be maintained on a weekly scedule........Thanks again for the support!!!!!"

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