10 Epic ATV Adventures to Have in The USA
The U.S. is full of epic ATV adventures— but not all of them rise to the level of our favorite 10! Check out our favorite rides and a few of the recommended Mile Marker ATV winches we advise you bring along on your journey.
Awesome Sand Dunes
For the best ATV adventures in the sand dunes, we recommend heading to the west coast. The Imperial Sand Dunes in California and the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area are definitely two of the top choices. Just keep in mind that there likely won’t be any trees to hook up to if you get stuck. For that reason, we recommend bringing winch anchors as well as ATV winches for your trip.
For the best in rugged terrain and scenery, you’ve got to head to Utah. A few can’t miss spots are the Hurrah Pass near Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab and Fins and Things, also in the Moab area. You’ll probably see quite a few other people mobbing around in these areas so it’s not a bad idea to carry ATV winches that are also pull rated for heavier vehicles, so you can help get others out of a jam too.
The Most Famous Trails
If you're interested in crossing off some of the most famous ATV trails from your bucket list, you’re going to want to head to either the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System in West Virginia or the Arizona Peace Trail. Both have a devoted following in the ATV world and are worth checking out. While many of the trails in these two spots are pretty laid back, we recommend bringing a portable winch along, in case you get unexpectedly stuck in a jam.
Riding Out East
The East Coast isn’t known for wide open spaces and huge swaths of land to ATV in like the Western US is, but there are still some great spots to ride. For example, the Tall Pines ATV park in New York offers some awesome, muddy, fun and great accommodations. Maine also has over 6,000 miles of legal trails to ride and the Bangor & Aroostook Trail is a can’t miss.
Mile Marker Industries is based in Pompano Beach, Florida so we must give a shout out to the awesome trails in our own backyard! Florida’s Ocala National Forest offers 200+ miles of ATV trails you can access year round — with plenty of other mischief and activity you can get up to during your trip! Apalachicola National Forest is also worth checking out when you’re riding in the Sunshine State, as well.