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Old 11-19-2013, 07:21 PM   #15
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I want to add that even in june it can be cold in central Utah mountains. One trip we wee 4wheeling in a blinding snow storm!
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Very true. We were there a couple of years ago and rented a cabin outside of town; unfortunately, didn't check the altitude of the cabin when we rented it. Woke up the first morning to 6 inches of snow and cold weather. Sat around, drank coffee, enjoyed watching wildlife and decided to drive down the hill into town. It was beautiful, sunny and nice down there. Still, though, kinda cold for four-wheeling. We will definitely be going back there for more riding at some point. Loved it.
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The original poster was interested in the East, but for those of you who have chimed in, take a look at the website for Mountain Views RV Resort in Creede CO. Years ago, we went to all the sand hot spots and they were great, to old for that now. The RV park in Creede is really nice and there are miles and miles of Rocky Mountain trails, you can go from a serene river valley all the way to above tree line and park your ATV/Jeep on the Contintental Divide. This Summer we were next to a couple who had been going there for 6 years and they said they had barely scratched the surface of the trails to ride. No crowds, beautiful scenery, small town environment, we'll be back next Summer.
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:31 AM   #18
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This is a great 'one stop' thread!
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:43 AM   #19
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Sorry, I didn't mean to be a thread stealer. Thought it was a general "where are the ATV Parks" kinda question. Anyway, I checked out the Mountain Views Park. WOW!!!! Putting it on my bucket list for a summer trip. Now I just need a spot for a winter get-a-way somewhere warm. Thanks and again, sorry for hijacking the thread.
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I have a couple more off road trails in Michigan pictures. We have friends that have a Jeep and these pictures were done when backroading in his Jeep
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Old 11-20-2013, 08:43 AM   #22
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X2 on Land Between the Lake in KY.

When the boys were younger we trailered 4 ATV's out there a few times. You can camp right in the OHV area or we stayed at Prizer Point which had full hookups.

I've never been here, but this is a place near Harrisburg, PA.
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Old 11-20-2013, 09:42 AM   #23
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Thanks for all of the great information. I have a lot to look at. I am mainly interested in the East coast area, but I want to look at more areas. Some of the pics are awsome. I have never been to the mid west or west coast (except one trip to Vegas and Scottsdale, Az) but would consider it. I would like to research some more options. I find it amazing that you can ride a 4wheeler into some of the towns. ...... That's the type of place I would like to go!
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:01 AM   #24
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My summer homebase is just down the road from the above mentioned Creede, in South Fork, Co. We have 6 commercial campgrounds, 3 NFS campgrounds and unlimited boondocking(dispersed camping on NFS land) were you can ride from. I bought some property here and ride my ATV about every other day all summer and it took me over 3 years to eventually ride all the trails in the Rio Grande National Forest. Here we are enjoying the view at 12,400 ft elevation.
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Obviously, many of us have the same interest and were hungry for some suggestions. Thanks RVBulldog for starting the thread; even if we took off with it in other directions. I'm seriously gonna check into some of these places. Still looking for some place warm to go this winter if anyone has some good suggestions. We have a new 900 RZR that we want to go get dirty.
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Jim2: that picture looks awsome. I can't wait to look into some of the places.

Darcan: I'm glad other people got something out of this thread. I am actually happy that it went in different directions..... It gives me more ideas..... I want to learn more..... There are so many places that I haven't heard of.

Once again I want to thank everyone for their input..... I really like the pics that were shared!
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I was just going to start a thread with this same question. Hubby and I are looking for a place to go with our MH and our RZR this winter or possibly even early spring. Want warm weather for sure. Would love to be able to drive the RZR out of the park but we can trailer it behind the Jeep also. We love Moab but not sure it will be warm enough; even by mid-March. Keep the ideas coming!!!
Parker, AZ would be my choice, both on the CA and AZ sides of the river. There are many, many RV resorts and a few public parks with hookups along the river Between the desert mountains and the Colorado River, it is a winter paradise. We are itching to get back there.
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There is one in Goldsboro NC called Busco Beach....It has a few sites and large riding areas with lakes....There are wooded trails and large sandy areas like you see around sand pitts....
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