You'll have to drive out of the Houston area to find any good ORV parks. Just to name a few places that we (TTORA) visit:Eclectic said:Since I consider the Houston area a part of the Southeast, I am throwing out the question of where are you taking your FJ?
Where are there good off road public places to drive?
Why do you need a class? Just come out with us! We will teach you how to Tread Lightly while wheelin legally within ORV parks or while visiting state/federal ORV trails all while teaching you the safe way to do it. What could possibly be more fun than wheelin with a bunch of Toyota off-road enthusiasts!Pancho said:I've never been to any of the ORV parks Tacozilla mentioned. I've heard of them but I'm not really gotten into that scene much, nothing against it. Now if they had a class tailored specifically to driving the FJC offroad then that would get my interest.
Just make sure you have permission to do so! Nothing makes us off-roaders look bad than illegally wheelin on private property that we had no permission being on. I'm sure you did not mean it that way...just didn't want others reading it to get the wrong idea and go tear up their neighbors property.Pancho said:It's better to wheel on somebody else rocks right?
I'm very familiar with it. SB155 closed down all access to river beds of navigable waters to all motorized vehicles. The the new law was put into affect in January 2004. We (the 4x4 community) fought hard on that one to try to kill the bill but we lost.Pancho said:And yes Shannon I know a lot about trespassing and land issues and all that mess. I've got a thousand feet of Frio River, some of which some sons a bitches think they can drive their vehicles through. It's that "navigable stream" issue. Are you familiar with it?