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post #1 of 3 Old 06-03-2010, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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I have ben searching the internet but can't find what I want. I have a German GPS unit. I was hoping I could fine some maps for local trails. The place closest to me is east fork state park. It has alot of trails for bridal, mountain bike, and hicking. I figured somplace on the internet someone would have a PGS map of state park trails. BUT I sure can't find any. does anyone know of anyplace you can find somthing like that?
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post #2 of 3 Old 06-03-2010, 11:23 AM
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You're asking for data on one of my favorite places! I rode at East Fork for many years and served with the Mounted S&R there. Wonderful place!, the Red Fox Trail is my fav!

Trail maps that you can upload into a GPS are available for some areas, unfortunately not all. You can find a free printable map for East Fork's horse trails, (the north side of the park) HERE.

I'm working on exactly what you're asking for through to offer in addition to the free printable trailmaps that we already have. We should have a beta feature for the downloadable GPS maps in month or so. We'll be supporting Garmin products initially.

If you're interested in being a guinea pig and verifying the validity of the data transfer into your GPS, your help would be much appreciated. You can contact us by visiting and sending us a note through the contact us page.

Hope this helps and happy trails!

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post #3 of 3 Old 06-03-2010, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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Hay thank you friend I will do that. I was on the red fox saturday. LOL im not sure what the yellow trail is named but I loved it. Lots of ups and downs wich is what I like. Next time I plan on going across the road from the horsemans area. I was told it is a harder ride with lots of hills. I would have went saturday but by the time I knew those trails where over there we had already ben out for 4 hours and I didnt want to push the horses to hard there first time out. They have ben pasture babys for a couple years now. (not my horses) Thats what got me looking for GPS maps.

Do you live in the area. We plan on going to the Brown county horsemans council tonight, thinking of joining. we will see.

Feel free to shoot me an email, would be nice to meet others from the area. my email is the this screen name
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