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    Points and badges were assigned for last weekend's river tour. Log in and double check your points here  https://rl4wd.com/member/my-profile/myeventpoints. Point leaders are rocking it! Points are used for raffle items at our annual meetings. The more things your attend, the more chances you have to win! Also, point leaders earn voting rights within RL4WDA and a chance to sit on the board of directors.
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  •   Allen Wohlfeil reacted to this post about 7 hours ago
    Campsite Trail is one of the oldest trails at the camp. It features multiple adventure and training areas, 2 Bathrooms and a well pump.  Campsite Trail is one of the most...
    Campsite Trail is one of the oldest trails at the camp. It features multiple adventure and training areas, 2 Bathrooms and a well pump.  Campsite Trail is one of the most feature-packed trails in...
    Campsite Trail is one of the oldest trails at the camp. It features multiple adventure and training areas, 2 Bathrooms and a well pump.  Campsite Trail is one of the most feature-packed trails in camp. While it's not hard by any means, it has the most "stuff" on it. From an old well to old campsite areas right on down to 2 rest stops. This trail also has a famous stump crawl which was one of the first real waypoints we used.  Campsite Trail hosts the story of Prius Pit where a driver didn't see the trail signs and drove his Toyota Prius down the trail past the campsites. It took multiple people, vehicles and a tractor to pull the Prius out. This mud hole is now the little rock pile just east of where the Upper Glacial Trail meets this one.  You'll enjoy hills, some stuff to crawl, possible overlanding sites and a fairly wide trail. The further West you go, the more brush you'll experience.  Join or Log In to see the printable maps, downloadable GPS tracks/waypoints and write reviews/send trail reports. Funds are used to build more trails. Map listings are subject to change at any time for any reason. Please respect all property, pick up trash, report abuse and be an ethical trail advocate. Your actions speak for all of us. Call your local club or ask about trails you’re thinking of going to before you go there. Please travel with a buddy, never alone. If a trail is closed, please write a review ASAP to inform others of what you saw. Read the map listing reviews as people will post things that may aid you in your visit. We’re all the eyes and ears of the trails so your reviews are crucial to keeping trails in open and expanding. Use your discretion before attempting to crawl or maneuver over trails & waypoints. The Road Legal 4WD Association, Chapters, Trail Guides, Elders, Land Owners, Sponsors, and Members are not responsible for your course of action, only you are. Do not attempt anything beyond your capability, get proper training and never travel alone. NEVER POST UNETHICAL or ILLEGAL ACTIVITY TO ANY WEBSITE OR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNEL. Those who oppose us, are always watching us. We recommend you carry a first aid kit, ABC automotive fire extinguisher, recovery gear and communication with you at all time when on the trail. Please take the time to ask questions and get training on vehicle and equipment use.
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  •   Allen Wohlfeil reacted to this post about 9 hours ago
    The Casual Crawler trail is a nice, moderately technical trail. It features some nice optional obstacles and some hills.  A great step up from the Perimeter Trail, the Casual...
    The Casual Crawler trail is a nice, moderately technical trail. It features some nice optional obstacles and some hills.  A great step up from the Perimeter Trail, the Casual Crawler is a nice...
    The Casual Crawler trail is a nice, moderately technical trail. It features some nice optional obstacles and some hills.  A great step up from the Perimeter Trail, the Casual Crawler is a nice slow-speed trail that winds throughout the interior of the park. It has some hills, some mud, and some optional higher level obstacles.  These trails are not open to RL4WD 4X4s except by special event through us. Join or Log In to see the printable maps, downloadable GPS tracks/waypoints and write reviews/send trail reports. Funds are used to build more trails. Map listings are subject to change at any time for any reason. Please respect all property, pick up trash, report abuse and be an ethical trail advocate. Your actions speak for all of us. Trails are mapped via the Universal Trail Rating System. If you find the rating system to be wrong, please write a review to correct (send pictures if possible). Call your local chapter club, trail guide, or ask about trails you’re thinking of going to before you go there. Please travel with a buddy, never alone. If a trail is closed, please write a review ASAP to inform others of what you saw. Read the map listing reviews as people will post things that may aid you in your visit. We’re all the eyes and ears of the trails so your reviews are crucial to keeping trails in open and expanding. Use your discretion before attempting to crawl or maneuver over trails & waypoints. The Road Legal 4WD Association, Chapters, Trail Guides, Elders, Land Owners, Sponsors, and Members are not responsible for your course of action, only you are. Do not attempt anything beyond your capability, get proper training and never travel alone. NEVER POST UNETHICAL or ILLEGAL ACTIVITY TO ANY WEBSITE OR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNEL. Those who oppose us, are always watching us. We recommend you carry a first aid kit, ABC automotive fire extinguisher, recovery gear and communication with you at all time when on the trail. Please take the time to ask questions and get training on vehicle and equipment use.
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