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Old 08-17-2021, 04:48 PM   #1
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Campgrounds that allow 4 wheelers

Is there a list anywhere??
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Old 08-17-2021, 05:31 PM   #2
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I do not know that such a thing exists.

Are you looking for areas that have riding from the campground or just campgrounds that allow you to ride in the campground?

Everywhere we stay allows us to ride our RZR from our camping spot to the trail(s) or other locations we are riding.
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Old 08-18-2021, 05:36 AM   #3
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I'd ask at my ATV shop.

You don't say where you are. Here is short list. You can also google where you want to go for ATV Trails.

https://thedyrt.com/magazine/lifesty...-destinations/
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Old 08-22-2021, 12:33 PM   #6
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Ya gotta move to Wyoming! Most State parks, National Forest, and BLM dispersed camping in Wyoming allow ATV use. Our sit on top (under 50") ATVs are registered and plated for use on all city streets and most hiways. More trail riding in our National Forests and BLM than you could do in a lifetime! You'd love it!!
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KOA in Ely Nevada does, they have an area next to the park that you can ride ATVs on.
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Off road acess

I have been to Az, several places offer the oppertunity to have them parked right next to your rig, so long as your just going to or returning from a trail NP, however im sure they frown on joy riding around the park itself. My issue is many of the trails in the desert are narrow which dont allow using my X3 cause there are sooooo many catcus thorns. Perhaps checking with some riding clubs in the state your going to visit might have some info to share. We live in the East bay in Ca so we go out boondocking in Nevada an ride those trails, LIKE around Middelgate Nv. They also offer boondocking around them
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I have some friends that went here and they said it was great.
Home :: Ashland-ATV-Resort - On the Hatfield McCoy Trail

There are others around the Hatfield and McCoy trails
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I use this website to find places to ride and find camping spots. The location details for riding areas also list the campgrounds in the area.

https://www.riderplanet-usa.com/
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Some campgrounds frown upon ATV's but they let the golf carts do whatever they want. I've seen many golf carts going way over the posted speed limits and act as though they own the park. If you're walking you have to jump out of their way.
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Some campgrounds frown upon ATV's but they let the golf carts do whatever they want. I've seen many golf carts going way over the posted speed limits and act as though they own the park. If you're walking you have to jump out of their way.
It's the noise they're probably more worried about. Most golf carts are near silent. Those electric dirt bikes look pretty sweet but they want a pretty penny for them.
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Is there a list anywhere??
If you mean quads and side x sides they are popular all over the west, literally thousands of miles of roads and trails are accessible from RV parks.

I don't have a list, sorry.
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