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Old 07-08-2019, 06:10 PM
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Default Greetings from Knoxville Tennessee

I new to the forum and the Jeep scene. I purchased a stock 2012 Jeep JK last year and I am looking to do some trail riding, nothing crazy mudding or rock crawling. Just some nice trails and creek crossings maybe something that I can take my girls on and have a good time. Not really sure what is in my area or close by.
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:24 PM
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Hello. Good Job!
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Hey neighbor, Windrock park is in your area and they're supposed to have something for everybody. You can buy day passes and once you've caught the bug, let me know because I've got a set of tires that'll work out really well for someone just getting in but still looking to enjoy the Jeep. Also, I've been told by coworkers that there are TVA lands just north on 40 that you can explore. I haven't been able to check into it yet though.
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Hey neighbor, Windrock park is in your area and they're supposed to have something for everybody. You can buy day passes and once you've caught the bug, let me know because I've got a set of tires that'll work out really well for someone just getting in but still looking to enjoy the Jeep. Also, I've been told by coworkers that there are TVA lands just north on 40 that you can explore. I haven't been able to check into it yet though.
Yeah I have seen some awesome shots from Nemo tunnel that I want to hit up that way. I have found a little trail off road with some gravel to throw up out by Norris Dam.
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Old 07-09-2019, 09:00 AM
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I'll need a short while but I'll be up for weekend rides here in the near future. The Jeep is well set up but I don't mind checking out new areas even if they aren't extreme rock crawling, mud bogging, parts flying trails.
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Welcome to the forum. Exploring unknown areas is sometimes the most fun type of adventure in a jeep. It's the "unknown" that makes it exciting more than how rough the terrain is. Fire roads and such can be just as fun as anything else when you're in the middle of nowhere and out by yourself. It's the hint of getting stuck and having to walk to help that keeps things interesting!
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