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Ok my family is wanting to spend a weekend in Coal creek Oct. 22 - 24 and my mother wants to get a condo or cabin of some type to stay in. I have searched everywhere and can't find anything like this. All I can find on the Coal creek website are the primitive campgrounds and my father WILL NOT do a tent thing LOL...anyway can someone PLEASE send me some info on places to stay?? He would like something with a kitchen (cabin, condo ect)
 

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come-on, there have got to be some people in here that have been....

anyone want to join us for the rides??
 

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hi, i had heard that coal creek is off limits to 4 wheelers. im located in lewisburg tn. have you ever road west point? id love a new place to ride.
 

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Jim lee, Coal creek is made for ATV's and Rail buggies, and Jeeps...so whoever told you that is just not right in the head LOL...seriously, the trails are made for atv's. Check out the website.

I have never road west point, don't know where this is either? I see you are from lewisburg Tennessee, that is where my wife lived for several years and very close to my hometown of winchester tennessee.

I go to Keith springs mtn all the time! if you look in my profile i have photos from that very mtn.
 

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west point is just outside of lawernceburg. or you could join "natra" north alabama trail riders assn. i just broke my front axle this weekend. but i have never rode west point on my grizz. i have allways had warriors or banshee. also where is keith springs? we are allways looking. thanks
 

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keith springs mtn is in winchester. You can see the mtn from the square. Take the road towards huntland (forgot name) and as soon as you cross the bridge (police station on road to right) you take a left (go towards the Mtn DUH LOL). You will then cross the new highway (split highway) and continue straight up the mtn. As soon as you get up the mtn make an immediate right and follow that road until it dead ends. You are now at the trail head...you will see lots of trucks parked on the side of the road there and the dirt road.

Have fun and if you want to ride sometime just email me or PM...I ride there almost every weekend.
 
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