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Old 07-29-2012, 11:13 AM   #1
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Will be family camping for nine days at Honeyman State Park at the end of Sept. I will be taking my little tw200 with us. Are there any interesting trails in the near area? Logging roads, singletrack, etc. Not interested in sand.
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Old 07-29-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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Will be family camping for nine days at Honeyman State Park at the end of Sept. I will be taking my little tw200 with us. Are there any interesting trails in the near area? Logging roads, singletrack, etc. Not interested in sand.
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There are a ton of Logging roads but very little single track. You can spend a lifetime riding backroads in this area. I have. Get a Benchmark Oregon Atlas and PM me after you have studied it for a while. I live less than 40 miles from Honeyman. Good choice to come up the end of september. The weather is usually pretty good and school is back in session so the coast is less of a zoo.
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There are a ton of Logging roads but very little single track. You can spend a lifetime riding backroads in this area. I have. Get a Benchmark Oregon Atlas and PM me after you have studied it for a while. I live less than 40 miles from Honeyman. Good choice to come up the end of september. The weather is usually pretty good and school is back in session so the coast is less of a zoo.
We used to camp there when the kids were young. This time kids and granddaughter. Thanks for the info.
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