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Old 02-19-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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Traveling with ATVs

We like to travel with, and ride, our ATVs, but find it increasingly difficult to find places that will let us ride the bikes. So far we have only traveled within 4 hrs of our home (due to multiple reasons), but we're hoping to expand out a little more in the next few years.

Are there any campgrounds (along the eastcoast) that allow ATVs other than ATV marketed places (like Hatfield and McCoys).
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Old 02-19-2012, 06:14 PM   #2
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Went with my brother to a place south of Pittsburgh called Four Seasons Resort. The campground is like a regular CG. There are seasonal sites and a section for weekend campers. They are strict as to only 5mph on the campground roads. All the trails are far enough in the surrounding woods and fields to still make the camping experience OK. Here is a link to some pictures.

~ A few other places I can think of are state forest land in PA.

~ A place near the western edge of PA. called Shenango ORV. There is a CORP. campground near by.

~ In SE. Ohio there is a place like Hatfield & MC. which they call "Rumble on the Ridge" near Cadiz OH.

~ Wayne National Forest in Southern OH.

~ ATV Camping PA.
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We've taken ours to the Land Between The Lakes Recreation Area in Kentucky. There is a primitive campground there and we also stayed at Prizer Point which allowed ATVs on their roads. That campground is now a KOA so they probably don't allow ATVs any more.
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Rumble on them ridge canceled all there 2012 rides
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:31 AM   #5
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www.buscobeach.com

Busco Beach is a recreational riding facility and campground. We consist of over 1800 acres of riding, full hook up camping, and large ponds for swimming. We also have a concession stand, general store and onsite ATV Repair for your convenience. Busco was recently cited in ATV Rider Magazine as "A Riders Paradise". We are constantly working on the park by building more amenities to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible. Have any questions or comments, please stop by the main gate and see us or click the contact link shown above for more contact information
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Rumble on them ridge canceled all there 2012 rides
What was the reason? I'll have to let my brother know....

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A place near the western edge of PA. called Shenango ORV. There is a CORP. campground near by.
At this one, be prepared for lots of mud and water. The State does diddlie squit here so you have deep ruts and all the mud and water you can handle. Actually it was very challenging. Just make sure someone has a winch....

There is another one South / Southwest of Canton Ohio. It's called Bear something, I can't remember....I think it is BearCreek which is a KOA. Here is a link to an index of all Ohio riding areas both ATV & Motocross. Ohio ATV Trails
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I heard rumble canceled because they got money from gas leases but dont know if it is true or not

There is a place called renegade ridge that is close to where rumble was that is probably my favorite place to ride

Also mines and meadows has camping and atv trails
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Thanks for the info guys !!!

Buscoe Beach is one of our favorite places. We go down there about 4-5 times a year.
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Here in Wisconsin we have several National Forest campgrounds with ATV trails that you can ride in and out from. Look up Sailor Lake Campground in Wisconsin. We camp there dry for $6 a night (seniors). You can hook up to systems of 70 mile or more in north part of the state right from your campsite.
Then in the central part of the state is Clark County Wisconsin has a system of trails that connect to the county south and west that is way over 70 miles of trails and can camp for about $20 a nite with electric. Look up Wildcat, Wild horse, or Rock Dam parks in Clark county Wisconsin.


Out of state trail pass needed, but its not too much. Just don't tell too many people about our great trails. And that is to say nothing about Snowmobile trails, our county alone has over 750 miles of trails in the winter when we have enough snow. Let us know if in the area and will meet for a ride.
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We have several hundred miles of ATV trails, with few restrictions. There are lots of places to park, boondock and play on ATV's. Guess that it is a 'little ways' out of your 4-5 hour driving time. If you ever make it up this way you will see what I mean!
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Come on up to Michigan. over 3000 miles of trails

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Thanks guys. I doubt we'll be able to get out west for a few more years, but it's nice to know there are places to ride once we get there.
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Paiute trail, Utah. It is a must do for atv riders.
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