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    Sandy Pond Campground Area

    I anyone familiar with the trails south of Sandy Pond Campground/Atlantic CC and Bourne Rd in Plymouth? I'm wondering where is the best place to park to start exploring.

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    There's a pull off on Bourne rd just past the campground, on the same side of the road.
    Lots of sandy whoops in there, as they're moto trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippertheripper View Post
    There's a pull off on Bourne rd just past the campground, on the same side of the road.
    Lots of sandy whoops in there, as they're moto trails.
    I had assumed they were moto trails, but riding sand is not my idea of fun. Sounds like someplace I'll leave till the ground is frozen.
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    Depends when you go, today would've been ideal, as it's nice and moist and firm.
    If it's dry and dusty and been recently ridden by the locals, maybe notsomuch.
    I don't know where you're coming from, but if you're that close, you may as well pop over to Otis.
    To be fair, there's definitely stuff in there that isn't whooped out, but they're definitely dirtybike trails, and not necessarily mtb trails. A fatty would deal well with any sand there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippertheripper View Post
    Depends when you go, today would've been ideal, as it's nice and moist and firm.
    If it's dry and dusty and been recently ridden by the locals, maybe notsomuch.
    I don't know where you're coming from, but if you're that close, you may as well pop over to Otis.
    To be fair, there's definitely stuff in there that isn't whooped out, but they're definitely dirtybike trails, and not necessarily mtb trails. A fatty would deal well with any sand there.
    That sounds a little more enticing. I'm in Marshfield, so it's an easy ride to go exploring. We rode ToT today, trails were perfect.

    Thanks for the G2, I'll check it out at some point.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyjack View Post
    That sounds a little more enticing. I'm in Marshfield, so it's an easy ride to go exploring. We rode ToT today, trails were perfect.

    Thanks for the G2, I'll check it out at some point.


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    I live quite literally next door to Sandy Pond campground. Those trails are 100% moto, not fun at all - you will leave frustrated. Super sandy,washed out and not fun.

    I drive to ToT, Dux or MAssasoit

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