New trails in the South East! Anybody been here?

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  1. Grim-Reaper

    Grim-Reaper 3/4 ton status Author

    Feb 17, 2000
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    Hay this just go sent to me. It's just west of Knoxville. Anybody rode here? sounds promising.

    New Multi-use area in East Tennessee01/08/2001, Oliver Springs, Tennessee.
    Coal Creek Mining and Manufacturing Company (CCMMC) would like to announce
    that it has opened its 72,000 acres of land for multi-use activities. They
    have over 250 miles of trails for the enjoyment of ATVs, Motor Cycles,
    Jeeps, 4x4s, Rail-buggies, Mountain Bikes, Equestrians and Hikers.
    CCMMC is utilizing the services of the Windrock ATV Club as consultants in
    the preparation, management, and maintenance of the facility. All
    trail-related activities will be coordinated through Windrock ATV Club.
    CCMMC land will be open for use by a land-use permit system. All vehicles
    within CCMMC borders will be required to have a permit sticker. To acquire a
    sticker, the purchaser will be required to sign a waiver stating they have
    read and will obey the rules of the area and also sign a liability waiver.
    Permit stickers are available on a yearly basis for $50, or daily for $10.
    These permits may be required for horses and hikers and will be required by
    all vehicles starting January 1, 2001.
    CCMMC's land is located in four counties: Anderson, Morgan, Roane, and
    Scott. It runs from Harriman to Carryville just north of Oliver Springs and
    Lake City. The area contains many historic sites, vistas and overlooks, and
    a wealth of wildlife. CCMMC's land is the southern boundary for TWRA's
    reintroduction of Elk in East Tennessee.
    CCMMC has several on-going enterprises that may require some trails not be
    used for recreation on a periodic or permanent basis due to safety concerns.
    These trails will be clearly marked and everyone is asked to obey the signs.
    Most of these trails will be relocated around the unsafe area to allow for
    continued use. Trail maps do notcurrently exist but GPS mapping is underway.
    For more information contact:CCMMC Land Use Information; 865-927-1446
    Chuck Whicker, CCMMC Land Manager; 865-435-7158Windrock ATV Club; 865-435-0486 <>Scott Riebel
    Director of Environmental AffairsUnited Four Wheel Drive Associations

    Diging it in the dirt with my K5's
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  2. Bone85K5

    Bone85K5 1/2 ton status

    May 7, 2000
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    Columbus, Georgia
    I hear ya Grim, thats sounds like a good deal of land. ANyone else form GA or TN intrested in that? The boys on the west coast shouldnt have all the fun.

  3. ftn96

    ftn96 1/2 ton status

    Sep 26, 2000
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    Nashville Tn
    ME ME ME ME ME ME ME. 50 bones a years not too bad. But Thats a nice little 3 hour trip for me from Nashville.

    Will work for parts, beer and sex.
    90 Jimi,350/700R4/241/10bolts/3.73's/33's/4"
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