ATV Trails by State
If having your vehicle covered in more dirt than paint is your thing, TrailLink.com can help you find ATV trails to pursue your passion. Review the detailed description, trail facts, and trail map to determine if a trail's terrain, surface type, and surrounding environment is right for you. Note that motorized vehicles are not allowed on many trails, so you may want to check with the trail's managing entity before you head out; links to these agencies are typically listed in the Related Links box for each trail on TrailLink.com.
Another resource for off-road enthusiasts is the All-Terrain Vehicle Association, which offers a list of popular ATV trails, a directory of local riding clubs, and other helpful information. If you're new to the sport, you may also want to check out the All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute, which offers hands-on training courses and rider tips.
Enjoy your ride, but remember to study the ATV trail map beforehand so that you can stick to the designated route and avoid any sensitive areas, such as meadows, wetlands, or streams where motorized vehicles may cause a disturbance to the wildlife or soil. Also, be considerate of noise levels, especially in residential areas, and practice the common right-of-way rule of thumb that ATVs must yield to pedestrians, bicyclists, and all others on the trail.
And please share your adventures on TrailLink.com by posting a review of the ATV trail and photos from your trip. We look forward to hearing about it!