Found Some Muddy 4 Wheelin Trails Near Oologah Lake
They are just past the Winganon bridge, heading East, on the righthand side down a dirt/gravel road. Slow down before leaving the edge of the bridge or you might pass it up. You will see a green street sign on a metal post directly opposite on the left hand side of the road. They lead to the water edge in two or three main trails. I didn't go too far into them since they were still fairly muddy with some big ruts here and there. I was in the wife's 2wd suv with my 3yr old son looking for some fishing spots and happened to come accross these trails. They look like they would be fun and there are plenty of trees along the path if a winch would be needed. Just thought I'd pass it on to you 4wheelin fans.
Looks like we might get some rain today. It would make those trails slippery and fun. If anybody ever needs an extra person to come along for winch duty, lemme know. Unfortunately, I don't have a 4wd toy, er vehicle to play on those trails with.
Ya, I took my '97 F150 2wd on the trails where Home Depot is. I took it when the trails were dry and dusty. That was a blast. I think I scared my buddy that was with me. He wouldn't let go of the "Oh Crap, Handle" the whole time, and was unusually quiet. heheheheheheeh > We need to have a little 4 wheelin mud fun. Where are those places at the Port? Hey Tim, is yer Expy 4wd?
One of these days after i get my 4x4 back in the mud im gonna find a way to haul it furthur than the okc limits, then i can come up there and let you show me these trails...i really want to go to that off road park in disney ok.....everything in okc is getting closed down, and i stay away from private property.....so i had this idea that ive posted in the offroad forum...check it out...
There's some good spots on 51st St. out east of 193rd E. Ave. I see guus dragging broken vehicles out of there all the time. Once I saw a Jeep on a trailer with its rear axle (tires and all!) in the bed of the truck towing it home.