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    OHV area 4

    I am taking my daughter out OHVing tomorrow, I see there is one area between Payson and Heber, Area 4. Anyone know where this area is, how to get to it? High of 68 degrees tomorrow in Payson, should be nice, I thought about Flagstaff, the Cinders, but a high of 58 degrees. I need to get away from here..............
    And is this area ok for her to drive me in a 2 seater in this area, or are they going to say it is a forest service road that needs a license plate and drivers license? She is 12 and drives better than some people I have seen......................she just doesn't have that pesky Drivers License....
    Steve
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    Re: OHV area 4

    Found this...............

    Long Draw OHV Route

    Information: Located on the Mogollon Rim northeast of Payson. The route is a 30-mile loop starting at either Long Draw North Trailhead (Chevelon Crossing) or Long Draw South Trailhead (Chevelon Lake). The route is restricted to street-legal /licensed vehicles. Trailhead includes staging area, toilets and campsite facilities. Area has many shared use routes open for off-highway vehicle use, including snowmobile trails. Ponderosa Pine Forest. Generally all seasons, however, routes may be closed due to winter snow.


    Contacts:


    Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
    Black Mesa Ranger District
    (928) 535-4481
    www.fs.fed.us/r3/asnf/


    Bureau of Land Management
    Phoenix Office: 602-780-8090
    www.az.blm.gov
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    Re: OHV area 4

    Anyone know how far outside Payson this place is? Also, I have a couple of slow leaks, what's the verdict on using slime in the tires, like I say, they are slow leaks.
    Steve
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    Re: OHV area 4

    Anyone?
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