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Sam Houston Multi-Use Trail #7629937 10/11/19 03:17 PM
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Has anyone used the multi-use trail in Sam? Can you use a side-by-side out there? Is it a busy area during hunting season?

Re: Sam Houston Multi-Use Trail [Re: rolyat.nosaj] #7629952 10/11/19 03:31 PM
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Is it a designated ATV, OHV or ORV trail?


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Re: Sam Houston Multi-Use Trail [Re: rolyat.nosaj] #7640783 10/24/19 02:16 PM
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My understanding is that a side-by-side, SXS, 50 inches or less in width may be driven on it. Several manufacturers offer a 50 inch trail legal SXS. Polaris and Can-Am to name the two leaders in the field. With 150 miles of trail, I'm tempted to get one.

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Originally Posted by MrMadMac
My understanding is that a side-by-side, SXS, 50 inches or less in width may be driven on it. Several manufacturers offer a 50 inch trail legal SXS. Polaris and Can-Am to name the two leaders in the field. With 150 miles of trail, I'm tempted to get one.


My father has a honda that just under 50 inches for that reason. I called the Park and they verified it. Gonna give it a try.

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