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Where to go mudding?


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Offline Jamesvlt

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Where to go mudding?
« on: Jul 08, 12, 05:57 pm »
I just moved to vancouver washington 2 weeks ago. Im trying to find out where mudding events are somewhat close to me. Mud runs, mud bogs, tough trucks, rock crawl.

I moved from new hampshire, where we had them all over and looking for some good mud runs around here.

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Offline possum

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #1 on: Jul 08, 12, 09:33 pm »

backwardboggers

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #2 on: Jul 08, 12, 11:21 pm »
The County fairs always have tuff trucks, muddin is kind of scarse but lots of trails around the Pacific NW. Google TSF for starters. We are alway doing camp outs/ wheelin trips..
Stay tuned..

Offline aprobert1981

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #3 on: Jul 09, 12, 07:14 am »
When the rains come back in Fall I hold mudbogs on my farm. Just look up Muddin on the farm here or on Facebook.

Offline Jamesvlt

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #4 on: Jul 09, 12, 05:35 pm »
Mudslingers looks awesome and its just over an hour away. Unfortunately I will be going back to NH for a couple weeks and prob wont be able to make that.

Same with the Clark County fair thats like the 4 and 5. I dont really know of any other fairs.

aprober1981 are you in south lebanon, or? I might have found your page on fb. your almost 2 hours away not too bad. Ill prob make it down there. how big are your events?  is it just mud bogs or do you had tough trucks and other stuff too?

Offline fishsticks

Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #5 on: Jul 09, 12, 05:38 pm »
Mudding is for people who like to drive through the same poddle over and over, just so the can spend hours cleaning their trucks.   ;D


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Offline aprobert1981

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #6 on: Jul 09, 12, 05:45 pm »
I keep it fairly tame normally about 45 trucks are playing in the field. I have a mix of stuff mud, logs, tires. I'll be adding more when I can get out there to do some work. This is more like a club play area and not a full on event. It is open to people on this forums and a few other, Also on the Facebook page. It is $20 per rig to play (not per person), and free to watch. Only paying rigs allowed in the field. I have dry parking  for spectators and trailers. There are tons of pics on the website you just have to look for them. I have stuff for stock rigs and have had up to 63" tractor tires out there. I have a couple big holes.

Offline WHEELINJUNKIE

Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #7 on: Jul 09, 12, 09:50 pm »
The farm has loader tires and rocks to crawl on and the log run and some nasty azz holes! Don't let the flat field fool you this field will kick your rigs azz ! It is one Hell of a good time!!
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Offline studebaker

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #8 on: Jul 09, 12, 10:44 pm »
Clark county fair tuff trucks are friday only they have new person doing it so all who attend it will be way different then before. Also i think july 30th at longview county fair pnw is putting on barrel racing there.also may have tuff truck race out at the dalles in july i will pass more info as i get it

Offline Kross

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #9 on: Mar 27, 13, 02:03 pm »
Are any of the state/national parks in washington good for trail riding and/or mud riding?
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Offline studebaker

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Re: Where to go mudding?
« Reply #10 on: Mar 27, 13, 04:06 pm »
Elbe hills orv, if u got small rig evans creek orv. All up around mt Rainier area.


 

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