Seven Must Ride Atv Spots in the Eastern United States

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Our American history of conservation and outdoor adventure has preserved land for every purpose – wildlife refuges, plant conservation, camping, hiking, prairie restoration, city parks and National Forests comprising about 8.5 percent of our total land area. It is this national reliance that we all have a right to enjoy the gifts our land offers that enable Atv owners and riders access to some of our nation’s most spectacular scenery.

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Here are seven “must rides” for Atv enthusiasts who live or are visiting the Eastern United States.

Black Mountain

There’s a lot of reasons to visit Kentucky: the International Bluegrass Music Museum, the Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History, the waterfall-lined Kingdom Come Scenic Parkway, the Mine Portal 31 coal mine tour in Lynch and, best of all, the incredibly spirited AtV trails of southeastern Kentucky’s Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Park in Harlan County.

You’ll be hard pressed getting your Atv over 30 mph on most the trails of Black Mountain, the top point in the state, but there are places to wind it out and you won’t get bored working your wheeler to its limits on formidable high-country trails.

Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park

The charming Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park in western North Carolina is a relaxing haven for high-intensity riding tailored toward riders of utility quads, dirt bikes and sport Atvs.

Located near Taylorsville, Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park has challenging, one-way trails that allow riders to motor without worrying about oncoming traffic. Its 37 miles of Atv trails (plus an Mx track) offer many quick spurs back to the clubhouse, and countless alternate routes to perambulate throughout the grounds.

Carolina Adventure World

Located within an easy drive of Charlotte, N.C., and Columbia, S.C., Carolina Adventure World is a growing underground facility offering more than 100 miles of Atv trails, three Mx tracks and an enduro track. There’s also the Blue Sky Zip Line that brings willing participants on a personal thrill ride over the Appalachian hillsides.

Carolina Adventure World aims to be an everything-in-one-stop shop with on-site Atv storage, mechanics, camping, Atv rentals and food. The trails are fast, fun and vary from wide open and easy to athletic, narrow woods trails.

Durhamtown Plantation

Georgia’s Durhamtown Plantation Off-Road Park has 150 miles of one-way trails for dirt bikes, Atvs and Utvs, with nine tracks, a drag strip, mud pit and freestyle park all in one ample facility. It’s one of the country’s most favorite privately owned riding areas, and it’s placed in the central pine forests of the state near Union Point.

With cabin and Rv rentals, on-site Atv rentals and storage, four service bays, a pro shop, bike and skateboarding areas and a restaurant, Durhamtown seeks to be an all-in-one house vacation with amenities and trails to match every member of your riding family.

Hatfield-McCoy Trails

With one of the largest trails systems in the U.S., West Virginia’s ample Hatfield-McCoy law is comprised of more than 500 miles of Atv trails divided into six personel segments, with more trails coming on line every year.

Located in delightfully rural, unconventional areas, each of Hatfield’s six chunks offer some of the best Atv riding you’ll find – easy high-speed trails, spirited technical segments, predicted valley views and many areas open to Utv traffic, as well.

Jackman-Moose River

Explore one of the remotest pieces of land in the whole United States and keep your eyes peeled for bear, moose and many other animal residents of the Jackman-Moose River area near Maine’s border with Québec.

The Jackman area itself has more than 250 miles of maintained Atv trails, and the law interconnects with The Forks, Bingham, Rockwood and the Greenville trails for an additional 300+ miles of secluded riding. Most trails are Utv-friendly.

Ocala National Forest

Smack dab in the middle of central Florida, the Ocala National Forest is one of the most favorite Atv riding areas in the state, with 35 miles of Atv and Utv routes and trailheads at Big Scrub, Wiregrass and Lake Delancy. In an effort to encourage riders to appreciate the sub-tropical scenery and wildlife, most trails are designed for slow-speed riding.

Ocala National Forest is the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi River and the southernmost forest in the continental U.S. The surroundings include longleaf pine and wiregrass vegetation, sandy trails and the Big Scrub, which is the largest contiguous block of sand pine scrub in the world.

Contact information for each of these Atv riding destinations can be found at [http://www.atvmagonline.com/2009/06/america%E2%80%99s-26-greatest-atv-destinations]