Completely new and feeling apprehensive? Try a guided tour in the Scottsdale area with Stellar Adventures. They cover a lot of terrain at a comfortable speed.
The Mescal Mountains OHV area near Kearny is the right mix of outdoors and amenities. There are rest areas, picnic areas, and even campgrounds if you decide to make a couple days out of it.
Experienced Riders, Pack your big kid underwear and get over to The Great Western Trail in Arizona. It is one of the biggest and best trails in the whole State, stretching 800 miles through Arizona, from the Mexican border all the way to Utah.
Need a break from the vibrant Las Vegas nightlife? A visit to Cold Creek, Nevada is precisely what you need. It’s a remote area that winds through the Spring Mountains. If you’re lucky, you might spot a band of wild mustangs known to frequent the area.
Go with a Group: Las Vegas ATV Tours is fun for all levels. They supply the ATV’s, the tour guides, curvy paths and incredible time. All you have to bring is your sense of adventure.
Hackberry Lake is 100 miles of desert trails and hill climbs. The central area has shaded areas under gazebos with picnic tables open for use. There is no fee to ride or camp there, but visitors must have a current New Mexico permit.
Want a ride with a view? Bring your camera because you will get up close and personal with the Rio Grande Valley at Gordy’s Hill in Socorro, New Mexico.
Poison Spider Mesa in Moab, Utah is a popular location to visit, despite their name being off-putting. You will be happy to know they don’t really have more any more black widows than other areas. But your friends don’t need to know that. Keep your cool points, and brag on!
There is plenty of fun to be had at Sand Hollow State Park in St. George; an outdoor playground of sorts for ATV riders. There are miles and miles of deep red dunes, pure rock, and mixed vegetation.
We know this is a small list and there’s a lot of roads to cover, so if we missed your favorite spot, don’t be shy. Drop us a line in the comments and tell us about your go-to spot and what you love about it.