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Old 01-24-2015, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default Trails in West Texas

Does anybody know of any decent off road trails around the Lubbock Texas area? It get's pretty boring driving on the street all the time.
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Not from the area so I dont know of any small local parks.
If you're into sand, kermit sand dunes are about 2 hours away. Or if youre into a longer drive, hidden falls adventure park is in marble falls.
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Just get an oilfield job in west Tx.
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Hey I'm in school right now in Lubbock and just was messing around at a place called the pit! Had a blast getting a jeep unstuck. I know buffalo springs has trails but I've never been, and don't know if its for trucks or just atvs,
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