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Yup there is nothing really exciting down around there. You have the three major ones in Indiana: Badlands, Haspin Acres, and Redbird. Haspin and Redbird have about 3 rocks beteen the two of them. Then you have Combs Rd. down around that area that is just an old road that looks somewhat fun, and some other not so public stuff in southern.
Once the explorer gets an sas and 35"s it would be awsome if I could take one big wheeling trip a year haha. I'm really looking forward to going to badlands...very well aquanted with they "not so public areas" sounthern indiana...sucks trying to find a place, found old coal mines (before someone has taken a track hoe to the trail heads) are about the best place, utility access roads can get kinda fun too. If possible i'd like to get to chubfest...we'll see, if it's at all possible i'll come.