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trails in north Dallas area

Discussion in 'Blazin Trails' started by 90K5, Jan 25, 2001.

  1. 90K5

    90K5 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone know of any trails north of Dallas up to the Red River? This guy I used to work with knew of a place called Allen Mountain, but I don't know where it is...

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  2. HarryH3

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    When I lived in Dallas some 22 years ago, there was a place just below the dam at Lake Dallas (or was it Lake Lewisville, seems like a lifetime ago!). Anyway, there were trails all over the area. We would play in the river and in waist-deep mud out there. There was one big mudhole that was always full of water. It was about hood deep on my F-150 with a 4 inch lift and 35's. [​IMG] The land was in a flood plain so it couldn't be developed, but that doesn't mean that someone hasn't fenced it off by now...

    Back then I also used to cut across a two-track in a huge field around Inwood and LBJ. It would get muddy after a good rain. The Galleria shopping mall stands on that property these days. [​IMG]

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  3. Executioner

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    Yes, there is Marshall Creek ORV Park, part of the ACOE, its in the southwest corner of Lake Grapevine/Grapevine lake. In Denison there is also some trails around Randel Lake.
    North of Munster on private prop. pay a fee, and its right on the red river.
    Denton had a place on/off Trinity Blvd. at the very northwest end of the lake.
    Good luck
     
  4. SSRIC

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    Yea. that area used to be called the spilway when I lived in lewisville about 20 years ago. I was loolking at the area on teraserver and it is no more. Used to be a damn good place to wheel.
     
  5. 72_blazer

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    go to trinity up by denton gr8 times there last summer


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