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Old 07-08-2007, 06:50 AM   #1
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My family and I just came back from a wonderful 8 days of RV'ing at Myers Flat camp grounds. The scenery was fantastic and I'm glad we towed the Jeep with us! I highly recommend this area of the Redwoods, lot's to do and see.
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My family and I just came back from a wonderful 8 days of RV'ing at Myers Flat camp grounds. The scenery was fantastic and I'm glad we towed the Jeep with us! I highly recommend this area of the Redwoods, lot's to do and see.
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Did you travel "jeep-only" trails, or would us earthlings with CRVs be able to travel the same routes? janice
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Old 07-10-2007, 06:00 AM   #4
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They have rules that forbid any "serious" 4-wheel'n so we stayed on 4-wheel drive recommended trails. Nothing serious, lots of loose gravel on the river banks. I read where they do not allow river crossings; of course after I crossed a few. I would not recommend crossing the rivers(where legal) in an low profile suv.
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