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Infiltration Forums > US: Mid-Atlantic > abandoned place I can't get to(Viewed 1638 times)
Urbex Adventures location:
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abandoned place I can't get to
< on 11/13/2021 6:59 AM >
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There is an abandoned place in Md that I have been having problems getting to. I tried 4 time on the 5th time I found it. I need a kayak or a better way to explore it. thanks



Urbex NC location:
Raleigh, North Carolina
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 1 on 11/16/2021 6:34 PM >
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A kayak? Dang that seems like a fun way to infiltrate a bando. I wouldn’t recommend using a kayak to get there if you have cameras since they could get ruined. If your just using like a phone (like I do) that seems like a good idea. Is a kayak the only way that you could try. I’m sure you could try to see if you can get to it from behind.



ryanpics location:
Central Va
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 2 on 11/17/2021 3:27 AM >
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I've never gotten to a place via the water, other than by foot through water, but I've seen people do it successfully. If you have a kayak and a way to get into the water that's not suspicious then I would go for it. You just don't wanna get caught paddling around somewhere where you would have no excuse. Also make sure you don't get it seen and accidentally strand yourself. I would personally go over land, but I know some people struggle more with fences and active security so depending on the scenario, the water could be a good option.



RescueMe1060 location:
San Francisco
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 3 on 11/17/2021 5:04 AM >
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If there is a chance of being stranded just make sure someone you trust knows where you're going to be.



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Urbex NC location:
Raleigh, North Carolina
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 4 on 11/17/2021 1:52 PM >
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Well you didn’t explain it. Is it in the middle of a big lake? Or is it across a small stream or creek.



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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 5 on 11/18/2021 5:26 PM >
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Are you talking about a certain fort near Baltimore? Is this Mat?



Urbex Adventures location:
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 6 on 3/9/2022 11:05 PM >
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I was able to get to the place. It was cool to explore. Yep I'm Matt



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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 7 on 3/9/2022 11:08 PM >
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Sorry not on here much. It was near a river in a park. I was able to get to it. I have a video of it and some pics.



Aran location:
Kansas City
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 8 on 3/10/2022 1:57 AM >
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I've gotten to some places that required a boat to access before. If it's close to shore in relatively calm waters, an Explorer 200 inflatable raft will do you just fine. They're only about $20 ($30 with paddles) so they're pretty cheap and disposable.

The downside is that they're also pretty flimsy, and pop easily- so a roll of duct tape might be necessary to keep yourself from getting stranded, and they often end up being single use items. They also aren't safe on rougher water since they have no keel to stabilize them, making them extremely unwise to use further from shore than you can swim. If you need to travel more than a few hundred yards out to sea, a kayak might serve you better.

All in all they're a good tool and have their place in my urbex kit. Just thought I'd put this information out there for future reference.



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Urbex Adventures location:
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 9 on 3/12/2022 11:11 PM >
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hi

Thanks for getting back to me. That was great info you sent me. I was able to get to it without crossing the stream.



mookster location:
Oxford, UK
 
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 10 on 3/29/2022 10:44 AM >
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Posted by Urbex Adventures
hi

Thanks for getting back to me. That was great info you sent me. I was able to get to it without crossing the stream.


You know what they say - never cross the streams.



Urbex Adventures location:
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Re: abandoned place I can't get to
<Reply # 11 on 3/30/2022 12:04 AM >
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yea I know the saying. I'm glad I was able to find it



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