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ok so where are the good areas to hit some trails and do a little camping for the noob on a budget around the sd area
 

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Can you camp and wheel right next to Sea World, down around that area? As I recall there are some very large dirt areas.
 

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Yeah you can cruise fiesta island right there, it's just a bunch of sand but it's right on the bay directly across from seaworld. Be a nice place to bring a kayak or somethig. I havn't been out there yet but might be a fun place to group up and have a party. plus they got the fireworks during the summer. ;)
What he said. But Fiesta Island is NOT a wheeling spot. I got a ticket for four wheeling there one day when I drove through a mud pit after a rain storm. The city and the police are tired of people going there and tearing up the island. So, don't off road at all on Fiesta Island. It's not a wheeling spot. It's an island for people to run, bike, walk their dogs leash free, go jet skiing, etc. It's not a trail or place to tear up.
 

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Hot Springs Mountain in the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation. Great camping with some tough trails. $10/day on weekends only.
 

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Thanks guys. That was one of the Hmmmmm places that sits in the back of my head, if it was or was not a place to wheel.
 
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