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Offline HillbillyParamedic

Ouachita Mountains
« on: March 17, 2017, 11:00:58 AM »
Took the family down to the Ouachita mountains this weekend in southeastern Oklahoma. The boys rode their dirtbikes and the wife and I rode the zforce. Yes I let her drive too!. Lots of great views and a large assortment of trails. Our favorites were on the north side of our cabins which was the Big Cedar RV & cabins. Kurt the owner, gave us the rundown and show us on his topographic map where to go, he was very helpful. We rode for 2 days and didn't even put a dent in the bucket with all the trails that are up there. This picture was taken by three sticks Monument which is also accessible buy automobile right off of Highway 259. Riding these Trails I have put on 250 miles and am now doing my break in oil change. There's a website so anybody who wants to check it out just Google search Ouachita ATV trails.
« Last Edit: March 17, 2017, 11:33:02 AM by HillbillyParamedic »
2016 ZForce 800, Octane Ridge doors, UNI air filter,

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Offline Broncobusted

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2017, 12:26:24 PM »
Where specificaly did you stay or camp ? Im new to oklahoma and have been looking for some riding other than disney or appalachia bay.
Thank you for any info

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Offline HillbillyParamedic

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2017, 03:12:03 PM »
Where specificaly did you stay or camp ? Im new to oklahoma and have been looking for some riding other than disney or appalachia bay.
Thank you for any info

 We stayed at Big Cedar RV parks and cabins on Highway 63 near the intersection of State Highway 259. The cabins were very comfortable and fully furnished. If you have an RV they have several pads for that. The only thing is the park was just a little ways from all the trails so there was some ride time. There is a campground that is much closer but there is no showers and other facilities that I know of. Not a whole lot of information can be given about the place but there is a website about where the trails are with minimal locations. The owner of Big Cedar RV parks was very helpful in that he had a topographic map and show this for all the trails were. Hopefully this helps.
2016 ZForce 800, Octane Ridge doors, UNI air filter,

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Offline Broncobusted

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2017, 06:07:58 AM »
Thanks hillbilly ill will definitely put this on my to do list. Ive been riding a little area in tulsa as thats all we have here. And its very congested. Thanks again

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Offline HillbillyParamedic

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2017, 06:41:36 AM »
 Have you checked out the little Sahara in the northwest corner of Oklahoma? I've had some friends here in Missouri ride there. Personally I haven't been there, maybe this May??? Planning a trip to Sadona Az. in May. I'll post some pics of that when we get back.
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2016 ZForce 800, Octane Ridge doors, UNI air filter,

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Offline Broncobusted

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2017, 12:32:32 PM »
No i havent. Ive been in tulsa about 2 years now and mostly go to disney or arkansas.  Ive been meaning to check that out though.

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Offline spiper

Re: Ouachita Mountains
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2017, 07:32:04 PM »
we Took are 800 zforce trail to Little Sahara a few weeks ago.Very awesome place to ride. Our Cfmoto handled it very well.Will definitely  go back again