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Old 05-07-2008, 11:22 AM   #1
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Clayton OK, last weekend of May.

BigTex and my self are planning a Clayton run the last weekend of this month. I know most are saving up for the Texas4x4 Summer run but I was just checking to see if any one would like to join us. This will be our first trip up there so hopefully we can find someone that knows the place. We will be hitting all the hard stuff assuming we can find it. lol



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Old 05-07-2008, 11:26 AM   #2
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This can't get here fast enough, I've been itching to hit clayton for as long as i can remember!!!

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I'll be working, but Tab said she might take her rig and meet y'all.
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I'll be working, but Tab said she might take her rig and meet y'all.
Just tell them I said it was OK for you to have the day off. I was hoping you could make it since you know the place. Tell Tab she can be the trail BOSS.


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Are yall talking about Memorial Weekend or May 30,31?

Just so yall know there is going to be ALOT of people in Clayton on Memorial Weekend. I think there is like 3 different clubs doing runs there then. If yall want some hard stuff I have heard Green Acers is about the toughest you can find up there. I will see if I can find yall a link with a map.
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Just so yall know there is going to be ALOT of people in Clayton on Memorial Weekend. I think there is like 3 different clubs doing runs there then. If yall want some hard stuff I have heard Green Acers is about the toughest you can find up there. I will see if I can find yall a link with a map.
There will be too many rigs up there on Memorial day weekend. That's why we picked the following weekend. Green Acers is what I was hoping to find.

A map would be great. Thx


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Are yall talking about Memorial Weekend or May 30,31?

Just so yall know there is going to be ALOT of people in Clayton on Memorial Weekend. I think there is like 3 different clubs doing runs there then. If yall want some hard stuff I have heard Green Acers is about the toughest you can find up there. I will see if I can find yall a link with a map.
Memorial day weekend is may 23rd-25th, We are going to go up the next weekend may 30th-1st
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I will try to make it. I have wanted to go there for a long time.
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If you find Clayton, you can't miss Green Acres. Just ask a local.

Green Acres has medium and hard stuff and impossible stuff. But there are other places to wheel besides Green Acres. The reason you ABSOLUTELY should make your first trip to Clayton when it's crowded is to ensure you have someone to get you to/through the kinds of trails you are looking for.
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The reason you ABSOLUTELY should make your first trip to Clayton when it's crowded is to ensure you have someone to get you to/through the kinds of trails you are looking for.
What fun is that???? Not knowing what your getting yourself into is the best part of going someplace new
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If you stray from town (Green Acres) to look for trails you could end up in a place where they shoot first and ask questions later. Not just land owners...meth lab peeps.
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Just tell them I said it was OK for you to have the day off.
I already told him that, but I used the summer run date, if he lets me off in time I'll show up, but I'll take it easy so I don't tear up anything before Summer Run.


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If you find Clayton, you can't miss Green Acres. Just ask a local.

Green Acres has medium and hard stuff and impossible stuff. But there are other places to wheel besides Green Acres. The reason you ABSOLUTELY should make your first trip to Clayton when it's crowded is to ensure you have someone to get you to/through the kinds of trails you are looking for.
Both of their rigs are set up for hard core stuff, they will do good and have fun.
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If you stray from town (Green Acres) to look for trails you could end up in a place where they shoot first and ask questions later. Not just land owners...meth lab peeps.
Thx for the tip, I'll make BigTex go in front of me just inchase.

We will be sure to stay on the trails. They will be well worn with you all beating on them all weekend.



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If you are going through town heading South turn
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Right on Flagpole.
On the left you will see a grey shop with a bunch of 4x4 stuff and dismantled vehicles around. This is Slims place. Remember this when you break something. Chances are he has what you need and will fix it. He is amazing! He is available all day and night. Just swing by.
After you pass Slims the road will curve right and over a low water crossing. You will go about 1/2 mile and the entrance will be on the left just before you get to the top of the hill. You will see a box on the left side of the traill about 100 yards off of the road. 20 a day or 30 for the weekend. After that just follow the signs. It will be to your left and down the hill. You will go across a small opening and then drop straight off through a small stream. Your first trail to your right will be Wet N Wild. Have fun!!!!
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Does anyone have any suggestions on where to park the tow rigs and trailers or it is close enough to a camping area that we can just drive our rigs there?

Thx for the info Hardline.


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Slims place is a good place to park the trailer.
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I think it's a LEFT on Flagpole (the only way the ROAD goes at the end of 7th).

Slims is shortly after that turn onto Flagpole.
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Where are yall camping? The state park? You can camp at slims but there are No hook ups or facilitys! When you are going down Flagpole and you go by Slims on your left there is a big open area on Slims property right there. That is where the majority of people park. We have driven our rigs to and from the state park but that was a booty whippin! LOL Yall will have a great time!JJ
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I think it's a LEFT on Flagpole (the only way the ROAD goes at the end of 7th).

Slims is shortly after that turn onto Flagpole.
Thanks for the help Hatch but not correct. Mapquest Clayton and follow Pine out of town to the West. you will see that :main: is 7th. It goes down and curves around to the left. You will see flagpole is the next street non dead end on the RIGHT. If you go all the way to 3rd and turn right you will pull into Slims front drive and can just pull through to the rear. JJ
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Now I would not say that Benji. Hatch will pull out that Army GPS on me and tell me where to go! If I were more computer savy I could have saved the picture that I had pulled up and posted it. But I am not! LOL JJ
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Had a discussion about this weekend this evening. I believe Bobby, Benji, Chris and I are going to come up to join yall this weekend. Should get there some time Friday afternoon and stay at the A&A JJ


Edit: Rooms are reserved. The four of us will be up there for the weekend of the 31st! See yall up there JJ
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