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Welcome to the Tate’s Hell Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trail System. This trail system provides an opportunity to ride off- highway motorcycles (OHM) and all-terrain vehicles (ATV) on more that 150 miles of designated trails on existing forest roads.

http://www.fl-dof.com/state_forests/thsf_ohv_index.html

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Anybody been here lately? What is the dirt like? Hunters?

Are there any near-by hotels?

Do you need a OHV permit/sticker for a tagged bike?

If you register your tagged dual sport as a OHV are there any bad things that could happen to the title?

Inquiring minds want to know

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Tate's Hell-
my delorme atlas lists it as Swamp-
How rideable is it? Is it too swampy?
Thanks,
Sam
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