Muddy parks open for ATVers as South ...

Muddy parks open for ATVers as South Georgia cracks down on illegal use

There are 1 comment on the Florida Times-Union story from Jun 7, 2009, titled Muddy parks open for ATVers as South Georgia cracks down on illegal use. In it, Florida Times-Union reports that:

As law enforcement agencies clamp down on all-terrain vehicle riders illegally using public roads and rights of way, parks featuring four-wheeler trails and mud pits for "boggin'" are springing up in Southeast Georgia like cow-pasture mushrooms after a summer rain.

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brenda123

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#1 Jun 16, 2009
great jit's about time riders have a safe place to ride and do things they enjoy. the highway was so dangerous. thanks to who ever came up with this idea.

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