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Old 06-02-2016, 02:39 PM   #1
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Looking to camp and ride our atv's. Any suggestions ?

We just bought our new 2017 toy hauler and are wondering where we can take and ride our atv's . Does anyone have a great spot to camp and ride ? mostly looking to trail ride, we are retired and love to ride our atv's in the woods. Not really looking for a mud pit and racing place, unless they have good trails near by.
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We just bought our new 2017 toy hauler and are wondering where we can take and ride our atv's . Does anyone have a great spot to camp and ride ? mostly looking to trail ride, we are retired and love to ride our atv's in the woods. Not really looking for a mud pit and racing place, unless they have good trails near by.
Come to Moab Utah area you would not believe the country to ride in .
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Old 06-02-2016, 03:11 PM   #3
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Where are you? There's some great trails and dunes in northern Michigan.
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SoCal desert areas. Lots of places to ride.
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Old 06-02-2016, 03:52 PM   #5
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Panquitch UT is a town ~30 minutes from Bryce Canyon NP. It's popular with ATV riders because there is a large network of well-marked trails throughout the BLM lands in the area. We went on a ~50 mile ATV tour while we were there and had a great time.
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I second Moab. All kinds of trails and roads to explore there. I'm currently researching an area called the Paiute Trail out of Richfield Ut. It sounds nice too.
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We ride CA and NV from RV parks and campgrounds up to 11,000 ft.
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Old 06-03-2016, 07:19 AM   #8
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We are in Florida. One of our favorite places to ride is southern Utah. We spent a month there last year and plan to go back next year. It is a long way away unfortunately from Florida and unless we have a month or so to spend there we would just be driving. Has anyone ever rode the trails around Cullowee in N Carolina or have any they would recommend near the south.
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Old 06-03-2016, 08:19 AM   #9
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This place looks interesting, and it is in Georgia. We are more into MX, but they seem to have a lot for everyone. I wish it were closer and I had the time to check it out.
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Taylor park Colorado. I am here right now. Was a 20 hour drive from home for us with a 3-5 yr old set of boys. Eeeek! But this place was worth the drive. Beautiful. Great trails. Lots of sites to see. And you can ride straight from camp to trails. The Rv camp has full hookups cheapest I've ever seen. Specials from 29 bucks a night going up to 35 for 50amp water and sewer!

Look up Colorado Rv dream ranch and Taylor park trading post. Also the riding is free everyday. You just have to get a yearly 25 dollar Colorado OHV sticker per machine. Click image for larger version

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It does not get much prettier then Colorado.... We will definitely stop there next year for a few days on our way to southern Utah. Thanks for sharing
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Are there many jeep trails

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Taylor park Colorado. I am here right now. Was a 20 hour drive from home for us with a 3-5 yr old set of boys. Eeeek! But this place was worth the drive. Beautiful. Great trails. Lots of sites to see. And you can ride straight from camp to trails. The Rv camp has full hookups cheapest I've ever seen. Specials from 29 bucks a night going up to 35 for 50amp water and sewer!

Look up Colorado Rv dream ranch and Taylor park trading post. Also the riding is free everyday. You just have to get a yearly 25 dollar Colorado OHV sticker per machine. Attachment 129036Attachment 129037
D they have Jeep trails that you can get to easy from the RV park? Thanks in advance for your reply
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Northern Nevada. Mostly all BLM land, with unlimited camping and boondock sites, and the ability to take off right from camp with your four-wheelers.

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Yogi Bear in Madison FL. I 10 just west of I 75

You pay extra fee and they have a large chunk of woods to ride in.

They also rent ATV's also.

Kids had a blast as well as the wife and I on the slow, old folks machine
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