slingin-ink

 River ranch or holopaw 10  votes

 Rr 5 votes
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 Hp 5 votes
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Im looking to buy some land just need pros and cons of each
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slingin-ink
nothing? anyone know anyone selling some land in either place
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tuff call........... i like both

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it's all good, i'll still pull you out.... then drive right through your ruts and not even spin a tire.


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he's a penis and won't share. lol

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paranoidredneck
Between the two, are there any differences that stand out to you?
Size?
Terrain?
Amount of people there on an average weekend?
Any facilities?
Hunting?
Fishing?
Trash all over the place?
Your tow rig and trailer safe if left alone while you ride?

Can you (or anyone else who is familiar with both areas) compare the two places by the above questions?
Thanks.

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cobia265
We use both places and they both have good and bad.... all depends on what you want out of it. Hunting is just ok... Holopaw works best for us lots of riding and no issues ,camp is safe and just normal issues which with good people looking out for each other theres minimal problems
Riverranch has more control over gate but not as fun and relaxed and more this is my property type people.. Hunting is decent
Just my 2 cents
I do use and enjoy both but prefer holopaw for buggy and 4 wheeling
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paranoidredneck
Thanks for the input. Does river ranch give members any problems with letting you bring in a guest or two for the weekend?

My only experience with holopaw was 8 years ago or so when they had a big meet up for broncos. There was tons of people out there. So I guess they are pretty easy on letting guests in. 

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cobia265
River ranch you have to pay to bring guests like 100 bucks a year I think,
Holopaw nothing but you are responsible for them and if found with no key etc some will call police and prosecute for trespassing.
It's all in protecting camps and the roads etc from stupidity as I understand it.
They had issues in the past, New years day is probably the busiest I have ever seen it. Normally only run into people here and there but I usually run where others don't go LOL
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Brian.
lol river ranch man. so mch more organized and your trailor wont get run over by a buggy...
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slingin-ink
right on guys thanks for the imput. now come on income tax time i need a camp
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