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Old 02-09-2009, 08:55 AM
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i have been to the morrow county OHV park quite a few times. it is geared more towards ATV's, maybe jeeps, but the trails are not fullsize friendly. there are a select few trails for "jeeps" and there is a rock garden (more of a rock quarry) to play in. just last year they finished the medic building and air pad, during the summer there is a food vendor, along with camping spots and wi-fi internet (havnt tride it yet).

they just added another 2000 acres last year with new trails. so if you also have an ATV it is a great place to go play.
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Is it like a rv camping spot then play with jeeps and motorcycles??
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