The cold months aren’t really the best for going out on an off-road drive, but it’s best to plan ahead for your next adventure trip! Here’s a list of trails you can go to once the skies brighten up. Take your pick from canyons to beaches to the mountains!
The next big trail
Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area could very easily be the youngest of ATV trails. Located in Shamokin, PA, this ATV park is just a few hours away from places like NYC, Washington DC, and Baltimore. This adventure destination offers trails with varying degrees of difficulty, so it’s ideal if you want to bring the family along for the lovely sights in the path.
If you’re more on the competitive side, rest assured that this facility is world-class since it is amid the Grand National Cross Country’s turf where former champions grew up training.
The sightseeing trail
National Parks have never been more fun than having a park tour through ATV and UTV riding. With Mild to Wild Rhino Tours, UTV and ATV Zion Park itinerary tours in Springdale, UT has never been more accessible! You can rent one on-site and choose between ATV and UTV depending on your needs.
You can either have the guide drive or drive with the guide. Seeing the canyon and Weeping Rock on a scenic drive is definitely a whole new way to appreciate hanging gardens, cliff walls, and canyon floors and tunnels.
You can also drive down 10-miles worth of highway from Zion to Mount Carmel where you can even see waterfalls at certain times of the year!
The beach trail
If you’re looking to sneak in a beach trip somewhere in between your trail rides, then Kipu Ranch in Kauai, HI should definitely be in your bucket list! Trails span from the beach through the forests and even to a river with a rope swing in a tropical paradise.
It also has a stunning landscape, tropical flora and abundant fauna to make your trail ride worthwhile.
The sand dunes
A classic way of enjoying the hot weather is taking a ride up and down some dunes. If you’re up for it, the perfect destination for this just in Southern California and northeast of Holtville, CA. A bit off from the Mexican border, this ATV spot is known as the Imperial Sand Dunes or Glamis.
Since this is an off-roader favorite not just for ATV and UTV but also for dirt bike riders, be sure to try and catch it at the off-season because this place is packed with regulars during holidays.
The classic trail
If you ask any off-roader where their ideal trail is, it would probably be Maine. Home to at least 57 clubs and thousands of ATV and UTV riders, this northeastern state is arguably the epicenter of off-road riding. Abundant forests and long trails await you all over Maine, spanning over six thousand miles worth of trails.
Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or utility vehicle (UTV) rider, there’s a trail out there for you! The upcoming lovely weather should be great for your next ride, and we hope we helped you update your itinerary for this year.