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Frank Raines is OPEN again

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NCLR friends -

 

Frank Raines has opened as expected this year on October 23rd.  If you haven't been to Frank Raines OHV Park, not only can it be a great drive starting from Mt. Hamilton Road in San Jose up to Lick Observatory but the park itself is varied and moderately challenging, even more so when wet and muddy.

 

Look for an NCLR Moving MORG scheduled at Frank Raines in either January or February!

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Oooooh, I really enjoy Frank Raines, Its not as far as hollister and seems to be a better ride imo


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WooHoo!  Toboggan rides for everybody!

 

OK, it's not a huge park but it is closer to Sac for those of us in the 'northland'.  And the drive out is WAY more interesting than Hollister.


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I like the Frank Raines too. Drive up there is pretty with fall colors during this time and its little challenging when muddy at the park, but not any more to me as i got the tires :) now.


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I'm going to take my dad there (and Hollister) while he is visiting from MA.


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I'm going to take my dad there (and Hollister) while he is visiting from MA.

 

 

If you're looking for Rover company, you should make a post before you go!


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Split off the Frank Raines trip post to a new thread:

 

David is heading to Frank Raines... and maybe Hollister


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