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Old 06-05-2016, 09:54 AM   #15
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Looking to camp and ride our atv's. Any suggestions ?

Hatfield McCoy in west va. Can stay at Ashland resort with the th and have access to three trail systems. Burning rock outside beckley west va as well. They have 12 full hookup Rv sites

Also buffalo trails camp in west va (on the pocahantas trail system). Has 6 Rv sites and three miles from trailhead (you can ride atv in street there). Very good restaurant onsite too
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Old 06-07-2016, 11:02 AM   #16
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D they have Jeep trails that you can get to easy from the RV park? Thanks in advance for your reply

Yeah they sure do. People take keeps on almost all the trails there. All they have is the rule of its wide enough for your machine your good to go unless specifically prohibited by sign. But you can pretty much go everywhere atvs do. I saw like one sign that said no atvs or jeeps just because they were redoing some trails or something like that.
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Old 06-07-2016, 11:56 AM   #17
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If you get to central AZ in the cooler months, here are a couple places to camp and ride:

Painted Rock campground in AZ

Boulders/Hieroglyphic Mtns. OHV site and camping site.
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Old 06-10-2016, 12:00 PM   #18
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Hatfield and Mccoy trails- Ashland Resort WV
Carolina Adventure world SC
Durhamtown Plantation GA
Ride Royal Blue TN
Brimstone TN
Spearhead Trails VA


Op, go to riderplanet.Com check it out it has all the spots, I also watch fishers atv word on u tube he goes to a different spot and does a ride
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Old 06-10-2016, 05:07 PM   #19
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Google atv parks and atv trails. A lot will show up for Florida. I'm in NE Florida and have found a few that way. Also look on Facebook for atv groups in your area and find out where they ride. I have found 2 free areas that way.
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We were in Taylor Park area last summer, heading back again in July. There is a great book that describes the area. PM me if you want particulars. Couple other things, there is a lot of dispersed camping available if you don't need hookups, also, a couple of USFS campgrounds with electricity, water available. One dump station for the whole area. Kram2724 do you know which trails were closed?
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I agree with you on Taylor Park in Colorado, Tightwadted. I've been there twice for a total of 6 days. I think you could spend all summer there and still not hit all the trails. We boondocked both times and had great times. Hope to go back soon.

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You can always Google trail info for a particular area. Lots of info there.
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We were in Taylor Park area last summer, heading back again in July. There is a great book that describes the area. PM me if you want particulars. Couple other things, there is a lot of dispersed camping available if you don't need hookups, also, a couple of USFS campgrounds with electricity, water available. One dump station for the whole area. Kram2724 do you know which trails were closed?

I can't remember which one but it was literally only one that I saw. It was around tin cup somewhere maybe when we went up to mirror lake or the trail off to the right after your pass the trail for the cemetery. But everything else was open. Love that place. We are going in July next year.
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Kram: thanks for the info, planning to hit that area again this year.
JeffAZ: you are right about the abundance of trails there, also, PM sent.
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Paiute ate trail has endless miles(close to 1000?) of trails and Spurs. Desert and mountain. Utah is awesome!
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Third vote for Durhamtown plantation in GA. I have spent many hours there on a rented bike, absolute blast! GA red clay dust ruins you gear, just be ready for that...
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It does not get better than Mulberry Mountain Arkansas. Ride from the camp to the entire Ozark National Forrest.

They have a website mullberrymountainlodge.com
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